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Two NDSU Students Killed In Car Accident

Two NDSU students were killed when their vehicle spun out of control on I-94

NDSU is mourning the loss of two students who were killed in a car accident last night. The accident happened along I-94 just east of Moorhead. According the Minnesota State Patrol, Danie Thomssen, Carson Roney and Haley Visto were traveling together going westbound on Interstate 94 around 10 on Saturday night when their car suddenly spun out of control. There…

Jacobson, Miller Reach Milestone as Bison Down Pioneers

A.J. Jacobson and Paul Miller score 1,000 career points at NDSU

FARGO, N.D. (NDSU Athletics) – The North Dakota State men’s basketball team raced out to a 16-2 lead and never trailed on its way to a convincing 81-63 victory over Denver on Saturday afternoon at the Scheels Center. NDSU remained atop The Summit League with the win, improving to 9-3 in league play and 17-8 overall. Third-place Denver fell to 15-10…

Students and Professionals Network at NDSU Career Expo

The annual career expo brings together both new and graduating students

FARGO, N.D. — Students were dressed to impress at the Fargodome. More than 300 employers gathered to recruit people from NDSU and other area colleges. Students had the chance to bring their resume and meet with different organizations in the science and technology field. The Career Expo is not only organized for students who are getting closer to graduation, it’s…

Western Illinois Runs Past Bison Women

Leathernecks Offense too Much to Handle for Herd

Courtesy NDSU The Western Illinois University Leathernecks outscored the North Dakota State University women’s basketball team 24-13 in the third quarter to lift them to an 87-60 win over the Bison Wednesday, Feb. 8, in front of 712 spectators inside the Scheels Center at the Sanford Health Athletic Complex. NDSU falls to 5-19 on the season and 3-8 in Summit…

Bresciani Staying with NDSU

President Dean Bresciani announced Tuesday morning that he had pulled out of the running for President of Ohio State University

FARGO, N.D. — NDSU President Dean Bresciani is staying put. He released a statement that stated he had withdrawn from the running for president of Ohio University. North Dakota University System Chancellor Hagerott said he appreciates that Bresciani has decided to stay with NDSU and looks forward to working together. Chair of the Board of Higher Education, Kathleen Neset, said…