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Civil Rights Complaint Filed on NDSU After Student Denied Accommodations

  FARGO, N.D. — A student with cerebral palsy has filed a complaint with the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights after she was denied admission into the pharmacy program at NDSU. Kelli Sem was given conditional acceptance into the program last spring, provided she could meet physical requirements under newly adopted technical standards for pharmacy students. She…

NDSU Students Rally Support Against Restrictive Education Bills

Student government officials believe the bills would do more harm than good

NDSU student government organized an on–campus letter writing campaign. The student body was invited to stop by Memorial Union to write letters to state lawmakers in opposition to two bills under consideration. One would raise tuition for Minnesota residents attending North Dakota state schools, and the other would limit the number of out–of–state students that attend schools such as NDSU….

LIVE: Relive The NDSU Dynasty With Bison Illustrated

Magazine's Latest Issue Celebrates Five Straight Championships

KVRR’s Adam Ladwig talks with Joe Kerlin, the editor of Bison Illustrated magazine. They’re releasing a commemorative issue about NDSU’s five straight FCS national championships. The magazine will be available for free at sites all over the F-M area. You can also subscribe to have the magazine sent to your home at www.bisonillustrated.com. Categories: Entertainment, Morning – In The Studio…

NDSU Students are Freezin’ for a Reason

Members of Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity and Kappa Delta Sorority hosts their annual Freeze–A–Thon

NDSU students say they are freezin’ for a reason this week. Members of Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity and Kappa Delta Sorority are hosting their annual Freeze–A–Thon. Day or night, rain or shine, nothing will stop these students from fundraising. “We stand here on the corner of 12th and University for 120 hours straight, five full days to accept donations for…

Bison Basketball Prepares for IUPUI Following Break

NDSU: 7-1 in the Summit League travels to Indianapolis to play IUPUI Wednesday.

Courtesy NDSU Athletics The North Dakota State men’s basketball team (15-6, 7-1) travels to Indianapolis to take on the IUPUI Jaguars (9-14, 3-6) at Indiana Farmers Coliseum on Wednesday, Feb. 1, to open the second half of Summit League play. The Bison pulled out a 93-89 victory over IUPUI in Fargo on Jan. 5 this season. Feb. 1          at IUPUI      …