ND Attorney General’s Opinion On Barry Hall

Here is the full opinion handed down by the North Dakota Attorney General’s office on the leasing agreement between North Dakota State University and the NDSU Development Foundation for Barry Hall.   www.ag.state.nd.us/documents/2010-L-11.pdf

Bresciani Focuses On Students

NDSU students are the top item on President Dean Bresciani’s agenda. As he took over his presidential duties June 15, Bresciani met student leaders at the Memorial Union. "I could not be more excited," Bresciani said of his initial day on the job. "One of things that drew me to NDSU is its unique focus…
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Accordion Awareness Month Highlights NDSU’s Welk Collection

The unforgettable sounds of "Champagne Music" replaced the usual hushed tones of the NDSU Archives. As chords of a polka worked their way through the rows of books, files and artifacts, smiles abounded among the workers. This was a special day. On June 8, in recognition of National Accordion Awareness Month, the accordion that once…
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NDSU To Offer ‘Prairie Earth, Prairie Homes: A Field School’

North Dakota State University will offer the second annual field school on historic earth buildings, titled “Prairie Earth, Prairie Homes.” The course will be offered at sites across western North Dakota June 11-18. Instructors for the field school are Tom Isern, NDSU University Distinguished Professor of History, and Suzzanne Kelley, president of Preservation North Dakota.…
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Lessons Learned For Students Returning From Guatemala

Christina Weber, assistant professor of sociology, led a class of NDSU students on a service-learning trip to Antigua, Guatemala, May 17-27. The group embarked on the 10-day trip to witness firsthand the challenges and issues that impoverished Guatemalan communities face and to assist in community-building service projects. The trip was the culmination of a semester-long…
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