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Cyber Security Conference Informs Public on Latest in High-Tech Crime

The day-long seminar informs attendees on current identity theft crimes and preventative practices

FARGO, N.D. — The North Dakota Cyber Security Conference was held on the NDSU campus. The conference brings together members from educational institutions and government agencies to speak on a variety of topics. They talked about current security threats and the best practices to combat identity theft. The conference provides vital information to keep the region safe from new types…

Students Learn Saudi Arabian Culture at NDSU

NDSU celebrated Saudi Arabia's culture with an exhibition

FARGO, N.D. — Saudi Arabian culture was celebrated all throughout NDSU. Students and faculty got an exclusive taste of what Saudi Arabian culture is like during the Saudi Day Exhibition. Those who are a part of the Saudi Students Club spent the afternoon showing their way of living. Event leaders were giving henna tattoos, showcasing traditional clothing and writing everyone’s…

Teaching Leadership to Native American Youth in Fargo

In the midst of a language crisis and troubles at home, a speaker teaches leadership to Native American youth

FARGO, N.D. — A language crisis and struggles at home are problems faced by local Native American youth. It’s why one speaker is teaching Native American kids in Fargo about their heritage and about leadership. Ricky White, a school superintendent in White Earth, said these middle school students are at an important transition. “It’s really that turning point in their…

Fargo Planning Commission Approves Demolition of Rental Units Near NDSU

The Fargo Planning Commission has approved a zoning change for the $23 million project

  FARGO, N.D. — Nearly two dozen rental houses near NDSU will be demolished to make way for a new student housing and retail complex. The Fargo Planning Commission has approved a zoning change for the $23 million project. It needs final approval by the city commission. It’s located on the 1600 block of North University Drive, directly across from…

Four Bison Wrestlers Qualify for NCAA Tournament

Josh Rodriguez and Clay Ream Place second at Big 12 Championships

TULSA, Okla. (NDSU ATHLETICS) — North Dakota State 125 Josh Rodriguez and 157 Clay Ream both placed second at the Big 12 Wrestling Championships on Sunday, March 5 in the BOK Center. NDSU 133 Cam Sykora placed third, 285 Ben Tynan finished fourth, and 165 Andrew Fogarty, 184 Tyler McNutt and 197 Cordell Eaton all placed sixth. North Dakota State finished fourth in the team…

NDSU Basketball Upended in Conference Tourney

Bison basketball season ends after loss to IUPUI

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (NDSU ATHLETICS) – The No. 2 seeded North Dakota State men’s basketball team lost 76-57 to No. 7 seed IUPUI in the quarterfinals of the Summit League Tournament on Saturday night at the Denny Sanford PREMIER Center. The Jaguars outscored the Bison 39-24 in the second half. IUPUI held a 37-33 lead at halftime. NDSU pulled within…

Coach of the Week: NDSU Wrestling’s Roger Kish

Kish is in 6th season as the Bison Wrestling Coach

FARGO, N.D. — This weeks coach of the week is NDSU wrestling’s Roger Kish. Kish is in his sixth season as head coach of North Dakota State.  He is the fourth head coach in the 59-year history of the Bison wrestling program, and he has a 40-34 overall record. He spent two years as an assistant wrestling coach at NDSU…

NDSU Readies for Rematch with IUPUI in Summit League Tournament

Bison hold the two seed in the Summit League Tournament.

FARGO, N.D. (NDSU ATHLETICS) — Championship-caliber focus and high-octane effort. That’s what the North Dakota State men’s basketball team hopes to bring each time it steps on the court. Coming off an exciting regular season that saw the highest home attendance in more than two decades, the Bison aim for postseason success when they take the floor at the Denny…

96.3 KNDS Put on Probation, at Risk of Losing NDSU Funding

In a recent survey done by the university's Finance Advisory Board, more than 75 percent of students say they don't even know KNDS

FARGO, N.D. —  It seems students are bumping tunes more from their iPods rather than from a college radio station. For some of us, music is what gets us through our longest days. Yet, listening to 96.3 FM KNDS, NDSU’s student-run radio station, is not the route students choose to go to for their wind down of tunes. “I honestly…

NDSU’s 800 Cafe Serves Up Fresh Farm Products

FARGO, N.D. — Lunch is served at NDSU and this time, it’s from the farm table. The dietetics students of NDSU spent their afternoon showing off their cooking skills while preparing lunch for their classmates, faculty and staff. Lunch was served in the 800 cafe, which is operated by the students. Today’s main entree consisted of pecan salad, butternut squash…