Bison Hall Of Fame Athlete, Coach Roger Grooters Killed At Age 66

FARGO, N.D. – Bison Athletic Hall of Famer Roger Grooters, a four-year letterman and head coach of North Dakota State University’s national championship men’s cross country team in 1972, was killed Wednesday, Oct. 6, while riding a bicycle in Bay County, Fla. Grooters, age 66, was on a cross-country ride to raise money for victims…
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Speaker To Provide Washington-insider Perspective On F-M Diversion Project

Ed Dickey, former acting Assistant Secretary of the Army for Civil Works, Washington, D.C., will share insights on federal water projects on Thursday, Oct. 28, at 11 a.m. in the Memorial Union Hidatsa room. The presentation is open to all NDSU students, faculty and staff. While Dickey worked for the federal government, he was responsible…
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NDSU To Offer Secure Storage For On-campus Student Hunters

North Dakota State University students who are hunters will soon have a secure place on campus to store their firearms and bows. On Thursday, Oct. 14, at 10 a.m., NDSU will officially open a storage site for arms and ammunition for use by on-campus student residents only. “Although we have a ‘no weapons’ policy on…
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WIDE Crew Travels To Fargo; Headlines Conference

Jeff Grabill, Stacey Pigg, and Bill Hart-Davidson are headed to the 2010 CPACW/CT3 Conference, “WIDE Open Spaces,” hosted at North Dakota State University–Fargo. The conference, a hybrid conference and unconference, will focus on issues of virtual worlds, digital places, online instruction, and rhetorical spaces. Read more at

NDSU President’s Council On Alcohol And Other Drugs Holds Town Hall Meeting To Address High Risk Drinking

North Dakota State University invites community members to attend a Town Hall Meeting on Monday, Oct. 11, from 7-8:30 p.m. at the NDSU Alumni Center to discuss the issue of high-risk drinking with fellow community stakeholders, campus leaders and elected officials. The facilitated discussion will include an overview of the problems associated with high-risk drinking…
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