Alien Closes

May 13, 2009   For Immediate Release   NDSU Research & Technology Park, Inc. Contact Information:  Tony Grindberg, 499-3601   Tony Grindberg, executive director of the North Dakota State University Research and Technology Park, said Wednesday, he is thankful for Alien’s commitment to launch a high tech company in North Dakota and at the North…
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Women’s Softball Makes First NCAA D-1 Appearance

North Dakota State University (35-18) makes its first NCAA Division I Softball Championship appearance this weekend at the Norman Regional … NDSU won the 2009 Summit League Softbal Championship on May 8-9 in Macomb, Ill. The Bison square off with No. 7-seed Oklahoma (40-14) at 7:30 p.m. Friday, May 15 … The Sooners are ranked…
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Downtown Apartments Available Soon

The Department of Residence Life will have Downtown Apartments available for students beginning Fall 2009.   Located within walking distance of all NDSU Downtown buildings, as well as a variety of unique shops and restaurants, the spacious apartments will be a perfect solution for students seeking convenience to the downtown community. Studio, one-, two-, three-,…
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Fewer Students Engaging In High-risk Drinking

Results from the 2008 CORE Alcohol and Drug Survey indicate that fewer NDSU students are engaging in high risk drinking (five or more standard drinks in one sitting) than two years ago. The 2008 results show that 51 percent of students report engaging in high-risk drinking in the previous two weeks. That is down from…
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North Dakota’s Population Grows Due To More Births And Net In-migration

  As of July 1, 2008, North Dakota’s population totaled 641,481, which is an increase of 3,577 since July 1, 2007.   This month’s "Population Bulletin," a monthly publication from the North Dakota State Data Center at North Dakota State University, focuses on components of North Dakota’s population change (births, deaths and migration) between July…
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