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NDSU Departments Go Head to Head for Fellow Student with Health Crisis

Two NDSU departments are raising money for a pharmacy student's medical bills

FARGO, N.D. — NDSU students are having some friendly competition for a good cause. The College of Engineering and the College of Health Professions are going head to head to raise money for Emily Perrin’s medical bills. The pharmacy student suffered a brain hemorrhage in December. In the 7th annual “Battle of the Cents-es”, donated coins will give positive points…

Summit League Basketball Tournament Brackets Released

NDSU men grab 2 seed, Bison women the 7 seed.

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — The Summit League tournament is set to tip-off on Saturday and Sunday. The Bison men’s basketball team secured the No. 2 seed in the conference tournament despite the loss to Omaha in the team’s regular-season finale. The herd will take on the seven seed, IUPUI. The Jaguars split the season series with NDSU. The Bison defeated…

Bison Close Regular Season at Omaha

NDSU men's basketball has a shot at the Conference Title

North Dakota State’s men’s basketball team is tied with South Dakota atop the Summit League standings heading into its final game of the regular season. The Bison visit Omaha, which they beat 82-70 in their first matchup. In order for NDSU to wrap up the one-seed in the conference tournament, here’s what needs to happen: NDSU win, USD loss or NDSU…

NDSU Students Mentor Eighth Grade Teens on Engineering

NDSU Hosts Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day for Eighth Graders in the F-M Area

FARGO, N.D. — Eighth grade girls in the F–M area learned that they are capable of pursuing an engineer career. “‘Introduce a Girl to Engineering’ is for eighth grade girls of Fargo–Moorhead Schools to come to us and we do activities with them to expose them to engineering and show them what it’s about,” said Jordyn Johnson, a mechanical engineering student…

NDSU Holds Vigil in Remembrance of All Students

A candlelight vigil was held for all students who have passed away in the academic year

FARGO, N.D. — NDSU is mourning the loss of the students killed in a car crash earlier this month. Friends and family were invited to speak out in honor of Danie Thomsenn and Carson Roney. “I dug my son’s grave with the help of my father and my brother and his boys and a couple other friends,” said the father…

State Ordered Budget Cuts Cause More Changes at NDSU

Fifty buyouts have already been completed and another 70 positions haven't been filled

  FARGO, N.D. — NDSU has announced more changes as a result of state-ordered budget cuts. President Dean Bresciani says the university is eliminating student affairs administrators and will continue to offer buyouts. Fifty buyouts have already been completed and another 70 positions haven’t been filled. Incentives include allowing some employees to work part-time as they near retirement. Administrative budgets…

Vigil Scheduled for NDSU Students who Died in Crash

The vigil is now at the Great Plains Ballroom in the Memorial Union

FARGO, N.D. — A candlelight vigil will be held tonight at NDSU for two students killed in a car crash. The vigil on the campus at 8 p.m. for Danie Thomssen and Carson Roney has been moved from near the Babbling Brook to the Great Plains Ballroom located upstairs in the Memorial Union. The two students died February 11th in…

Bison Basketball Preps for Oral Roberts

NDSU with a chance to win the Summit League.

FARGO, N.D. (NDSU Athletics) – The North Dakota State men’s basketball team (18-9, 10-4) travels to Oral Roberts (8-21, 4-11) on Wednesday, Feb. 22, and Omaha (14-13, 7-7) on Saturday, Feb. 25, to close out the regular season. The Bison enter the week in a first-place tie with South Dakota. Feb. 22         at Oral Roberts        7 p.m. CT           ESPN3 Feb….

LIVE: Protecting Self-Driving Cars From Hackers

NDSU Research Could Help Determine If A Vehicle Is Hacked

NDSU Assistant Professor Jeremy Straub joins Adam Ladwig on KVRR’s morning show. Researchers at the university are looking into how to detect if self-driving cars have been hacked. Straub talks about how they’re trying to detect possible hacking, and why a tiny model car is integral to their research. As the technology progresses, more people will have self-driving cars, and…

NDSU Women Fall Short on Senior Day

Bison blown out by IUPUI at home

FARGO, N.D. (NDSU ATHLETICS) – The North Dakota State University women’s basketball team got off to a slow start and could never recover as the Bison fell to IUPUI, 76-53, on Saturday, Feb. 18, in front of 957 spectators inside the Scheels Center at the Sanford Health Athletic Complex. The game marked the final home contest of the season for…