Thanks From The Community

Here is one of the many letters to President Chapman’s office thanking the NDSU community for their help with the flood:   Dear Dr. Chapman, I was really pleased to see you support the flood fighting work in the F-M area by excusing your local students and staff to assist with the flood fighting efforts.…
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Provost Announces Plans For Rest Of Academic Year

North Dakota State University is proud of the enormous response from our students, faculty, and staff towards flood-fighting effort. The time and effort they willingly offered was astonishing. Thank you for what you have done. As the region begins the recovery process, our institution must address missed classes. Since our students and faculty have other…
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Time Lapse From Dome

Time lapse video of the sandbagging efforts at the Fargo Dome. This was taped early on in the process. http://minnesota.publicradio.org/display/web/2009/03/25/video_fargodome/?refid=0  

NDSU Students Sheltering Animals During Flood

NDSU Veterinary Technology Program faculty, staff and students are helping provide medical care to animals in the Emergency Animal Shelter at the Scholander Pavilion on the Red River Fairgrounds. Animals in the shelter include dogs, cats, horses, pot-bellied pigs and a goat. Dr. Tom Colville, director of the program, was asked by the City of…
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Salvaging Flood-damaged Items

NDSU Offers Flood Salvage Tips —————————— As floodwater recedes, homeowners will want to salvage as much as possible. Here is some basic information from the North Dakota State University Extension Service on how to save damaged possessions and clean or repair your water- damaged home. "What it boils down to is you simply can’t keep…
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