News Conference Planned To Celebrate Return Of Dakota Marker

To celebrate the NDSU football victory over rival South Dakota State University, a news conference is scheduled for Wednesday, Nov. 17, at 1 p.m. in Thundar’s Den, located in the basement of the Memorial Union. Head coach Craig Bohl, Bison football captains and Student Body Vice President Shawn Affolter will talk about the importance of…
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NDSU Students To Present Installations At Fargo Public Library

Fargo, N.D. – During the week of Nov. 15, students from North Dakota State University will transform the east and west entrances of the downtown Fargo Public Library in a project called “Transitions.” At the library, located at 209 3rd St. N., 19 third-year NDSU landscape architecture students will build a fabric wave and a…
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NDSU Wants Your Input

by NDSU President Dean L. Bresciani As many of you know, the listening group process has concluded its first phase. Hundreds of people participated in that first phase, and many have reported how they appreciated being involved in these initial conversations about NDSU’s future.  Now, more importantly, the material gathered is being published for comment by…
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NDSU Rallies Against Anti-gay Chants

NDSU’s Student Government will hold a “Walk the Talk” rally this Thursday, Nov. 4, in the Memorial Union Great Ballroom. “Walk the Talk” is a student-led initiative that aims to combat bullying and harassment at NDSU. Speakers at the rally include administrative members, a diversity representative and a student athlete. The “Walk the Talk” campaign…
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Report Ranks North Dakota First In State Competitiveness, Third In Academic Research And Development

North Dakota ranks third in academic research and development per $1,000 of gross state product and first in state competitiveness, according to a report recently issued by the Beacon Hill Institute at Boston’s Suffolk University. The 2010 edition of the annual state competitiveness rating places North Dakota first overall, significantly improved from number 21 in…
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