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American Cancer Society discusses importance of cancer research at NDSU

FARGO, N.D. – The American Cancer Society, Cancer Action Network and healthcare workers meet at North Dakota State University to discuss the breakthroughs being made in cancer research. The groups are fighting to make sure Congress knows how important funding research is. The American Cancer Society’s Chief Cancer Control Officer says if funding slows down, inflation will make it difficult…

“College GameDay” To Feature Bison At Dakota Marker Game On Saturday

The show will broadcast from Brookings, South Dakota

BROOKINGS, S.D. — ESPN’s popular “College GameDay” will feature the Bison but in South Dakota. The show will broadcast from Brookings this Saturday before the top-ranked Bison play the No. 3 Jackrabbits in the Dakota Marker game. The show began travelling to campus sites in 1993 and usually broadcasts from a major FBS game. It has set up twice in…

Bison Athletics Celebrate Winter Fan Day

Fans also got to enjoy free gear and prizes from the school like a brand new TV.

FARGO, N.D. — Bison fans herded up into the Scheels Center to meet with the players and coaches from Bison Basketball and Wrestling. Fans also got to enjoy free gear and prizes from the school like a brand new TV. The whole point of the meetup is to get players and coaches involved in the community. “Get to know student–athletes…

LIVE: NDSU Basketball Tip-off With Bison Illustrated

We Break Down Both NDSU Basketball Teams

  NDSU isn’t just a football school. Basketball season is here. Will the men’s basketball team build on last year’s NCAA tournament birth, where they put a scare into top seed Duke? They’re predicted to win The Summit League this year with a veteran team. Will the women’s team gel under a first year head coach? They’re young, so they…

NDSU President Gives State of the University Address

One of the University's goal is to increase enrollment.

FARGO, N.D- NDSU President Dean Bresciani held a state of the University address about the future of the school. The NDSU Foundation received a $75 million donation by Robert and Sheila Challey. It’s the largest single donation ever given. Bresciani says the money will go towards the university’s 4 pillars: scholarship, faculty, facilities and programs. He believes these areas are…

NDSU Foundation Receives $75 Million Donation

FARGO, N.D. – The NDSU Foundation gets its largest single donation ever: a $75 million donation by Robert and Sheila Challey. It’s part of the foundation’s In Our Hands campaign. It hopes to raise $165 million for scholarships, $55 million in professor stipends and $90 million for facilities and upgrades. The scholarship money would expand the amount of undergraduate music…

Thielen Or Wentz? Pick Your Hometown Star

We Make You Decide Ahead Of Vikings/Eagles This Weekend

  The huge NFL game this weekend is the Minnesota Vikings hosting the Philadelphia Eagles. Each team has one of our hometown favorites on it. Detroit Lakes Native Adam Thielen is fresh off a two-touchdown game against the New York Giants. And Bison great Carson Wentz helped beat the New York Jets last week. But you can’t root for both…

NDSU Homecoming Parade Cancelled

The parade was scheduled for Friday, October 11, but has been cancelled due to the weather.

FARGO, N.D.–The North Dakota State University Homecoming parade has been cancelled. The parade was scheduled for Friday, October 11, but has been cancelled due to the weather. Parade float entry and late fees will be refunded. The Homecoming carnival scheduled for Friday at Churchill Field has been moved indoors to the Memorial Union Great Plains Ballroom. Categories: Community, North Dakota…

Pope Francis Appoints North Dakota Native Bishop of the Diocese of Helena

Father Vetter is only the second Diocese of Bismarck priest to be named bishop, the first native of North Dakota

BISMARCK, N.D. — Pope Francis has appointed Father Austin Vetter of the Diocese of Bismarck as the Bishop of the Diocese of Helena, the Catholic diocese for western Montana. The appointment was announced in Rome and at a news conference in Bismarck. Father Vetter is only the second Diocese of Bismarck priest to be named bishop, the first native of…