North Dakota State University

NDSU’s Take Back The Night event rallies against sexual assault

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) – North Dakota State University hosts Take Back The Night to say sexual violence has no place anywhere. Organizations like the NDSU Counseling Center, Violence Prevention Educators and the Rape and Abuse Crisis Center offered resources for sexual assault survivors and their advocates. NDSU staff say if someone shares their story with you, it’s important to listen…

Food & shelf stable milk donated to Great Plains by Cass-Clay & NDSU SAAC

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) – Cass-Clay Creamery and North Dakota State University’s Student-Athlete Advisory Council make big food and milk donations to Great Plains Food Bank. It comes as the nonprofit says milk is in urgent need, is one of the most requested items, and not often donated, at food pantries. Cass-Clay delivered more than 24,000 shelf stable Giving Cow milks….

University of Kansas’ Cook named NDSU President

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — Students and faculty gather around North Dakota State University’s Memorial Hall to find out who will be the next president of the university. After interviewing 47 candidates and several visits from finalists, the north Dakota Board of Higher Education selects Dr. David Cook as the 15 president of NDSU. Cook is currently the Chancellor of the…

Bison & Oral Roberts coaches fined after teams fight after Thursday’s game

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) -North Dakota State men’s basketball made it six straight wins last night with their win over Oral Roberts and after the game a skirmish broke out in the handshake line. Eagles Head Coach Paul Mills said something to Bison guard Boden Skunberg leading to escalation. After reviewing the situation, the Summit League fined mills and Bison head…

Ventilator manufacturer Corvent Medical relocates to NDSU campus

Fargo North Dakota is where we wanted to pitch our tent, this is the beginning of something special, you know we hope to be a cornerstone medical device company.

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) – North Dakota’s science and innovation board has attracted another company with a $117,000 grant as Corvent Medical has set up shop on the North Dakota State University campus. “Fargo, North Dakota is where we wanted to pitch our tent. This is the beginning of something special. We hope to be a cornerstone medical device company,” Corvent…

NDSU employees required to get vaccinated for COVID

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) – North Dakota State University announces all employees must be vaccinated for Covid-19 or undergo testing to comply with an executive order from President Biden. It requires federal contractors to be fully vaccinated, which university officials say it is. NDSU workers need to get two shots of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine or one dose of Johnson…

NDSU & Sanford Health honors Air Nat’l Guard member & nursing student with scholarship

FARGO, N.D (KVRR) – North Dakota State University and Sanford Health surprises an Air National Guard member and pre-nursing student with a $5,000 scholarship. The Sanford Health Military and Veteran Scholarship is given to a veteran, Guard, Reserve or active duty service member who demonstrates leadership and commitment in their community. “I forgot that I even applied for it so…

Fargo-Moorhead celebrates Indigenous Peoples’ Day

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) – The cities of Fargo and Moorhead recognize Indigenous Peoples’ Day with a ceremony on the Veterans Memorial Bridge. Mayors Dr. Tim Mahoney of Fargo and Shelly Carlson of Moorhead spoke to honor the holiday. Fargo replaced Columbus Day back in 2015 and Moorhead recognized Indigenous People’s Day two years ago. A special ceremony also honored Native…

Farmers Find Common Ground at Women Farmer Workshop

A workshop catered for women involved in agriculture.

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) – In an effort to help women across the region enhance their knowledge of soil, an informational workshop was held at North Dakota State University. “This is our first night and it is women interested, that maybe have a little bit of land, all the way to inherent land. We are working together for soil health in…

NDSU alum Payton Otterdahl finishes 10th in Olympics shot put

Payton Otterdahl places 10th in the Olympic shot put final. A tremendous accomplishment for a legendary Bison. pic.twitter.com/W8haT9P9Qm — NDSU Track & Field (@NDSUTrackField) August 5, 2021 TOKYO (KVRR) – Minnesota native and former Bison track and field athlete Payton Otterdahl finishes his first Olympics in 10th place in the shot put with a throw of 66 feet 26 inches….