Two NDSU Students Killed In Car Accident

Two NDSU students were killed when their vehicle spun out of control on I-94

NDSU is mourning the loss of two students who were killed in a car accident last night. The accident happened along I-94 just east of Moorhead. According the Minnesota State Patrol, Danie Thomssen, Carson Roney and Haley Visto were traveling together going westbound on Interstate 94 around 10 on Saturday night when their car suddenly spun out of control. There…

Students and Professionals Network at NDSU Career Expo

The annual career expo brings together both new and graduating students

FARGO, N.D. — Students were dressed to impress at the Fargodome. More than 300 employers gathered to recruit people from NDSU and other area colleges. Students had the chance to bring their resume and meet with different organizations in the science and technology field. The Career Expo is not only organized for students who are getting closer to graduation, it’s…

Liberty Middle School Gives Presentations on Cultural Backgrounds

Middle Schoolers created a Cultural Fair to learn each others backgrounds

WEST FARGO, N.D. — The Red River Valley Fairgrounds was jam packed with middle-schoolers sharing their backgrounds with the community. Liberty Middle School 7th graders from Team Trailblazer are currently studying immigration, cultures and traditions. The students created a cultural fair with presentations and demonstrations of Native American, European, African, Latin American and Asian cultures. They were also assigned in…

Concordia College Comes Together During Interfaith Week

Interfaith and World Harmony week is a week long event filled with discussions and meetings of coming together as one in the community

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Interfaith and World Harmony week at Concordia College is an opportunity for students to learn, engage and grow together. This is the 2nd annual Interfaith and World Harmony Week bringing the Concordia community together. In light of current issues surrounding refugees in North Dakota and Minnesota, students say this is the perfect week to recognize each other’s…

Hawley Takes First Place in Regional Science Olympiad

MSUM held a day of science competitions between middle and high school students

Science teams from Hawley and Moorhead snagged the top two spots at the 2017 Science Olympiad at MSUM. Hawley took home first place with Moorhead coming in second. Teams from all over Minnesota come to compete. The Olympiad focuses on scientific challenges including invasive species, robotic arms and astronomy. The teams have been training for months to gear up for…

UND Stands Together After President Trump’s Latest Immigration Ban

A vigil was held at UND for students to comfort one another after President Trump's latest immigration ban

A vigil was held this afternoon on campus to show support for international students in the wake of the travel ban. UND recently sent out an email to the campus cautioning international students to avoid out of country travel for the time being. This was following President Trump signing an executive order restricting entry into the U.S for citizens of…

NDSU, UND International Students Advised Not to Travel

International students are being asked not even to consider traveling to Canada.

  Both UND and NDSU have cautioned their international students not to travel due to the immigration order. NDSU late last week emailed students from the seven countries included in the executive order, urging them to meet with an adviser if they have plans to travel outside the U.S. The email says, “most likely, it will be recommended you do…

UND International Students Advised Not to Travel

UND issues a warning to its International students to not travel outside of the U.S.

UND has issued a warning to its International students, faculty and staff not to travel outside the United States, at least for the time being. The precaution, issued in an e-mail from UND’s International Center, is directed at those on the campus who are from the seven Muslim-majority countries named in President Trump’s executive order. The e-mail says international students…

MSUM Students Continue Service in the Name of Dr. King

Students donnated their time on Tuesday to help out and the food pantry and celebrate Martin Luther King Jr.

MSUM’s Black Student Union has found a way to extend their celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day and give back. As part of an official kickoff to their extended celebration of Black History month, over a dozen students from multiple student organizations donated a few hours of their time to help out of the Emergency Food Pantry in Fargo….

Fargo Force Players Encourage Kennedy Students’ Reading Habits

Fargo Force Players Spent Their Morning Reading Books To First Graders

Young fans at Kennedy Elementary School in Fargo got to meet some of their favorite Fargo Force hockey players. Four players made a special appearance off of the ice and visited four first grade classrooms at Kennedy. The players read to the students and talked about the importance of establishing lifelong reading habits. They also signed autographs for their young…