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Bison Baseball Walks its way to Victory

Luke Lind strikes out 8 in NDSU win.

FARGO, N.D. (NDSU Athletics) – Senior Luke Lind pitched seven strong innings and tied his career-high with eight strikeouts, and freshman Bennett Hostetler went 3-for-3 at the plate to help the North Dakota State University baseball team defeat South Dakota State, 4-1, in the opening game of a three-game Summit League series Friday, April 7, at Newman Outdoor Field. With the victory,…

Bison Turf Owner Says Reopening Still Scheduled Despite Setbacks

Pete Sabo said if there are no more surprises, the bar should be open by early June

  FARGO, N.D. — The owner of the Bison Turf said while he is facing a few setbacks, the bar is still set to reopen as planned. Pete Sabo, who owns Fargo’s iconic college hang-out, said the contractor found the entry to the basement does not meet code. Sabo said that is going to require additional work to pass inspection. He said…

NDSU Baseball Comes From Behind for Home-Opener Win

Bison rally back from down 3-0 to take down Minot State 7-4

FARGO, N.D. (NDSU Athletics) – The North Dakota State University baseball team rallied from an early three-run deficit to defeat the Minot State University Beavers, 7-4, in the 2017 home opener Wednesday, April 5, at Newman Outdoor Field. With the victory, the Bison improve to 12-16 overall while the Beavers drop to 14-8 on the season. Senior Ben Petersen went 3-for-4…

Ag Week at NDSU: Game Show Night!

Students and community members come together for a night of games celebrating Ag Week

FARGO, N.D. — NDSU students and community members gathered for a game of jeopardy in the continuation of celebrating Ag Week on campus. Teams answered questions about topics ranging from school history to sports. Prizes were given out, including gift cards to Scheels and Herd and Horns. “We all share the background of NDSU and NDSU’s background is agriculture,” said Jacob…

Bresciani Warns NDSU Nursing Program in Bismarck Could Face Cuts

The amendment language says $3.5 million in operating funds would be cut and neither the board of higher education or NDSU could expend any funds, including private funding received directly or through a foundation, to pay the costs of running the program.

FARGO (KFGO) – NDSU officials are calling proposed amendments to the higher education bill “very disturbing.” One of the changes would mean the end of NDSU’s School of Nursing in Bismarck. President Dean Bresciani, in an email sent to the State Board of Higher Educaton and University System Chancellor Mark Hagerott, says it was discovered Tuesday that language added to…

Changing Gun Laws Could Change the Game for Campus Gun Policies

The proposed bill to allow guns in state owned buildings put Universities in a legal grey area

FARGO, N.D. — The North Dakota Board of Higher education passed a measure making it the only body who can decide if guns should be allowed on college campuses. It’s in response to North Dakota lawmakers proposing another gun bill which would allow firearms into buildings owned or managed by the state. This would put public universities like NDSU in…

NDSU’s Plankers is ‘Beat Up,’ Participates in Pro Day Anyway

Jack Plankers one of three former Bison linemen who participated in Pro Day.

FARGO, N.D. — Many former Bison have dreamed of continuing their football careers after hanging up the green and gold, but the wear-and-tear of a football season can get to some players. Jack Plankers was one of those players who suffered from the physicality of a long football season, leaving him unsure if he wanted to hang up his football cleats…

Former NDSU Basketball Star Hits the Gridiron

Former NDSU Forward Dexter Werner participates in Football Pro Day.

FARGO, N.D. — Bison fans have grown accustom to seeing number 40 dominating the paint on the basketball floor, but today the Summit League 6th-Man of the Year traded his sneakers for cleats at the NDSU football pro day. “I had a blast today,” Dexter Werner said. “Just getting to be out here, doing some of the drills, showing what…

Offensive Line Vacancies Leave Big Hole for NDSU Football

Bison graduate three starter's from last year's team

FARGO, N.D. — One of the biggest holes North Dakota State’s football team has to fill this season is from the guys who are supposed to make holes, the offensive linemen. The Bison lose three starters to graduation for the 2017 season, and with three large holes to fill, head coach Chris Klieman is shuffling some people around to experiment with the…

NDSU’s “Teach-In” Talks Climate Change, Politics…and Fake News

Hundreds take part in short break-out discussions to talk social problems

  FARGO, N.D. — Hundreds of students and faculty at NDSU took time away from class to go to class. The “teach-in” put students in multiple 25 minute long classes to have civil discussions about social and political issues. It’s not your typical University lecture. These interactive “teach-ins” turn class into a conversation. They covered topics not normally seen in…