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Dr. Laurie Nichols brings presidential experience to search for UND President

GRAND FORKS, N.D. – Dr. Laurie Nichols is the only female finalist for UND President. She has a history of leading colleges. Nichols is the interim President of Black Hills State University in South Dakota. She served in the same position at Northern State University in Aberdeen. She was the first woman President of the University of Wyoming. Her contract…

UND Presidential candidate Dr. David Rosowsky sees “enormous potential” in the university

GRAND FORKS, N.D. – A candidate for President of University of North Dakota brings his knowledge of engineering and leading departments to the table. Dr. David Rosowsky is a Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Vermont. He also spent six years as Provost and Senior Vice President there. Dr. Rosowsky believes UND is poised to meet…

Second Finalist for President of UND Tours the Campus

Dr. Staben toured the campus and spoke to students and staff about the future of the university

GRAND FORKS, N.D.- Dr. Chuck Staben served as President of the University of Idaho from 2014 to June of this year. He says he feels that he still has a lot to do in higher education. Staben says he would be able to help with student retention. He had good success increasing the graduation rate as a provost at the…

First Finalist For President of UND Visits Campus

Dr. Robert Marley is the Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost for Academic Affairs of the Missouri University of Science and Technology

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — UND has started hosting the 6 finalists to become the next president of the university. Dr. Robert Marley is the first candidate to stop at the UND campus to speak to students and staff about issues the university faces. Marley is the Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost for Academic Affairs of the Missouri University of Science…

University of North Dakota Presidential Field Down to 6 Candidates

The names of the presidential hopefuls will likely be released next week.

GRAND FORKS, N.D.–The quest to find the next president at the University of North Dakota is down to six candidates. Members of the search committee met behind closed doors Thursday to talk about possible replacements for Mark Kennedy, the onetime Republican congressman from Minnesota who was named president at the University of Colorado. University system officials say the names of…

Clothesline Project Spreads Sexual Violence Awareness

The event has been at UND for more than 15 years

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Survivors of sexual abuse and violence are using t–shirts to share their experiences. 200 t–shirts, decorated by survivors or in honor of someone who has experienced sexual violence, are hung up on a clothesline. Each shirt color represents a different incident or type of violence. The event is followed by the Take Back the Night Rally,…

Fans Can Expect Walk-Through Metal Detectors At The Ralph And Betty

They will be used at all entry doors at both locations

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — If you are going to an event at Ralph Engelstad Arena or Betty Engelstad Sioux Center you’ll notice new walk-through metal detectors. They will be used at all entry doors at both locations. The move is part of the venue’s efforts to improve fan safety. People are encouraged to plan for more time to get into…

Lance Leads Bison to Victory over UND

The Bison defeated the Fighting Hawks 38-7

FARGO, N.D. – Quarterback Trey Lance rushed for two touchdowns and passed for two more as No. 1-ranked North Dakota State defeated North Dakota 38-7 in the home opener Saturday, Sept. 7, at Gate City Bank Field at the Fargodome. Safety Michael Tutsie made a team-high seven tackles and added two interceptions for the Bison defense, which held UND to just…

Return Of The Rivalry: Bison and Fighting Hawk Fans Celebrate Game Day

Fans from across the region came together to share in friendly rivalry

FARGO, N.D. — It’s been four years since the Bison and the Fighting Hawks have faced off against each other. For the return of the rivalry, fans embraced a cold morning to tailgate before the game. For one group of grillers, it didn’t stop them from firing up. “Ya know the comradery getting to see all your old friends, a…