PRAIRIE BUSINESS International ag research conference headed to Fargo
The warmly lit greenhouses at NDSU's new Agricultural Experiment Station served as a fitting backdrop for last week's announcement that Fargo has been selected as the site of the 2016 Agricultural Bio... Posted on 10/21/13 at 2:30 PM
STAFF BLOG THE AREAVOICES COMMUNITY Why is an NDSU student writing blog about Fighting Sioux hockey?
To be fair NDSU junior Bri Gefroh's blog isn't just about The Fighting Sioux, it's about hockey as a whole. And more accurately her love of the sport. She writes:
"For the Love of Hockey is a female-... Posted on 3/19/13 at 3:04 PM
BECOMING MIDWESTERN "Why the heck did you move to Fargo?"
The question I get asked most often when I introduce myself to someone new in the FM area is, "Why the heck did you move to Fargo?"
While I originally was a little surprised by this comment, and woul... Posted on 3/17/11 at 2:21 PM
STAFF BLOG THE DULLUM FILE Jack and Duke
Thanks to Mike Brue for bringing our attention to this obit in the New York Times recently. Jack Towers was one of a couple NDSU students behind what became a legendary, Grammy Award-winning album ca... Posted on 1/16/11 at 8:30 AM
The University of North Dakota men's basketball team is preparing for Sunday when UND hosts rival North Dakota State. Tip-off is set for 5 p.m. from the Betty Engelstad Sioux Center. As of Friday night, about 75 tickets remain for the contest.
MAYVILLE, N.D. – The North Dakota Board of Higher Education Thursday approved several projects for the state’s largest universities, including more funding for athletic facilities, totaling more than $132 million.
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — Two North Dakota State University researchers who have predicted that an influx of oil field workers will continue to boost the state's population now want to know more about those workers.
The North Dakota Legislative Council is asking the state attorney general for an opinion on whether North Dakota State University President Dean Bresciani broke the law by deleting more than 45,000 emails that may have been subject to an open records request.
The Cass County State’s Attorney said this afternoon that prosecutors are dropping the felony assault charge filed earlier this week against a star linebacker for North Dakota State University’s football team.
Three of the 15 people who pleaded guilty to petition fraud charges in Cass County last fall – all three of them former North Dakota State University football players – failed to complete the community service required by their probation agreements, authorities allege in court records.
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