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Community Comes Together For Annual Women’s March

The march was originally going to happen in January, but was postponed due to the blizzard.

FARGO, N.D- John Mcmullen from Fargo came with his partner and her daughter. He says it’s important to show her that she has every right to be in control of her own decisions. “I really want her to know that she can do anything, don’t listen to anybody. Putting her down, telling her she can’t do something because she’s a…

NDSU Students Job Shadow Professionals To Get Ready For The Real World

About 10 employees from Gate City Bank participated in the event.

FARGO, N.D. – The company that Tyler Rieger, a Senior at NDSU, originally wanted to shadow cancelled on him, but he still wanted to have the experience. “I did learn quite a bit actually, coming into Gate City Bank. There were a lot of interesting aspects of this that I had no idea were part of the bank. Such as…

A High School Student Spends The Day With NDSU President Dean Bresciani

She says the day consisted mostly of meetings and a few events.

FARGO, N.D.- Freshman Zoe Bundy contacted the president’s office a few weeks back to explore career options. Bundy is still uncertain of what career path she wants to take. She says the skills she learned today will help her in any career path that she chooses to go into in the future. “In the careers that I’ve done for shadowing…

NDSU Professor Receives Grant Money From NCAA For Research

The Five Research Teams That Received Grants Will Present Their Findings In January 2021 At The NCAA National Convention In Washington, D.C.

FARGO, N.D. — A NDSU Professor is getting a large sum of cash from the NCAA for her research. Professor of Human Development and Family Science Christi McGeorge received 20 thousand dollars for her work to reduce prejudice against L-G-B-T-Q people in sports. The project is called “Standing Up, Speaking Out: Reducing L-G-B-T-Q Prejudice in Sports.” It will provide training…

NDSU Study Abroad Programs in Italy & South Korea Cancelled Due To Coronavirus

The Study Abroad Program at NDSU is still monitoring all the countries where there are still students studying abroad.

FARGO, N.D.- The study abroad program at NDSU is taking precautions following the Coronavirus outbreak in several countries. “We do not have any programs in China currently, but we have ended programs in Italy and South Korea,” says Director at the International Student and Study Abroad Services Alicia Kauffman. The university has around 50 students studying abroad right now and…

LIVE: Commemorating Another Championship With Bison Illustrated

Commemorative Issue Available For Free Across The Metro

  You don’t have to look far to find a way to commemorate the eight championship in nine years for the Bison. Bison Illustrated’s championship issue is available now for free at stores all across the metro. The magazine has interviews with players and coaches, and a recap of their undefeated title season. Editor Nolan Schmidt wants the magazine to…

NDSU Students Recreate History Of 1787 Constitutional Convention

The group debated how to create the legislature, voting rights and taxation.

FARGO, N.D. — NDSU students packed into the Memorial Union for Recreating the Constitutional Convention of 1787. “A key part of what a university should be doing is freeing the students to have those debates and discussions in a simulated setting to take on the roles of the founders gives them an opportunity to do just that,” NDSU Program Director…

NDSU student dies in snowmobile accident

Ben Anderson was 22 years old

FARGO, N.D. — An NDSU student from Hoffman, Minnesota died early Saturday morning when he fell through the ice on Olson Lake in Elk Lake Township while snowmobiling. According to the Grant County Sheriff’s Office, 22-year-old Ben Anderson was transported to Alomere Hospital in Alexandria after falling through. Ben was later flown to Sanford, where he was pronounced dead. His…

NDSU Students Freeze For Change

FARGO, N.D. – Members of the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity and Kappa Delta sorority at NDSU are teaming up for their annual Freeze-A-Thon. All week, for 120 hours straight, members of the organizations will be standing at the corner of 12th Avenue North and University Drive. They are collecting donations for the non-profit Down Home. They help families in Cass…

Love Your Melon NDSU chapter hosts swab drive to combat blood cancer

The drive is in partnership with DKMS

FARGO, N.D. — A local chapter of a Minneapolis-based company is hoping to make a difference, one cheek swab at a time. NDSU’s Love Your Melon Campus Crew partnered with DKMS, an organization working to fight blood cancer, to help people find their match for a bone marrow transplant. People on campus are volunteering to have their cheeks swabbed to…