MOORHEAD – A new “experiment” between Minnesota State Community and Technical College and Minnesota State University Moorhead could be a win-win for the state’s higher education institutions and students.
FARGO – Brittany Ledeman said she woke up to a bad situation on June 9. A water line broke two doors down from her Fargo apartment, flooding most of the building’s 15 ground-floor units with several inches of water. She was told she needed to get her belongings off the floor so cleanup could begin, and she temporarily moved in with her brother.RELATED CONTENT
MOORHEAD – Jim Sullivan said there were no warning signs that tragedy was in store for sister Nancy Sullivan, the oldest of the five Sullivan siblings who were born and raised in south Moorhead.RELATED CONTENT
BISMARCK – The State Board of Higher Education could again be in hot water for potentially violating the state’s open meeting laws, this time for meetings between three board members and the 11 college and university presidents on Wednesday.
FARGO – The annual influx of mosquitoes has started in earnest, with ground crews out in full force to knock down the number of bloodsuckers to more tolerable levels.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – North Dakota State University’s food court in the Memorial Union is getting an $800,000 facelift, just eight years after a complete remodel of the space in the heart of campus.
Economy makes F-M employment picture better than national average
FARGO – Less than a month after earning their degrees, 60 percent or more of North Dakota State University’s newest nursing graduates already have jobs.
Demand for long-term solution growing, Sen. Heitkamp says
FARGO – This summer’s déjà vu of debate over a popular federal student loan was hardly a surprise after the way Congress dealt with it the last time, Jeanne Enebo said.
BISMARCK – The next permanent chancellor of the North Dakota University System may not start until 2015 – or may not even be hired if a constitutional amendment is approved by voters next year.RELATED CONTENT
Board has option to extend or not extend chancellor’s contract
MEDORA, N.D. – The state Board of Higher Education will meet here behind closed doors Monday to discuss the contract of Chancellor Hamid Shirvani.