NORTH DAKOTA STATE COLLEGE OF SCIENCE Take the Tour at NDSCS!
By Sarah Hoffbeck
What sets NDSCS apart from other two-year colleges? For one, we truly care about our students success. Not only do we provide an affordable way to earn an education, we cater to you... Posted on 5/17/13 at 1:21 PM
@CONCORDIA Class of 2013: Where are They Going?
Concordia College will present approximately 588 bachelors degrees and 10 Master of Education degrees during the Commencement ceremony at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, May 5, in Memorial Auditorium. Roxana Saberi... Posted on 5/3/13 at 10:15 AM
FOR THE LOVE OF HOCKEY 2012-2013 All-Bobcat Alumni Teams
With the college hockey season over and the Bismarck Bobcats awaiting tomorrow's Central Division playoff game against the Austin Bruins, I feel it's a perfect time to look at how Bobcat alumni perf... Posted on 5/2/13 at 7:15 PM
FARGO SCHOOL TALK Students and mentors partner up through AAS
Many of the Fargo Public Schools Development Foundations efforts to benefit the Districts students involves the funding of programs and initiatives. However, one of its flagship programs, Adopt-A-Sc... Posted on 4/29/13 at 9:00 AM
SIOUX CITY, Iowa – Brooke Randall made 15 of 17 free throws and scored 23 points to lead top-seeded Eastern Oregon to a 76-62 win Friday over Jamestown College in the second round of the NAIA Division II national women’s basketball tournament.
GRAND FORKS – The Mayville State women’s basketball team didn’t go into the NAIA Division II national tournament the easy way.
The Comets lost to Valley City State in the Association of Independent Institutions tournament semifinals and were forced to wait more than four days to find out their postseason fate.
Either way, Mayville State is making history.
Tom Miller and Eric Peterson / Forum News Service
, March 04, 2013
FARGO – Getting to the national tournament wasn’t an overnight process for the Valley City State men’s basketball team.
“We have been kind of knocking on the door here,” said VCSU head coach Jeff Kaminsky, who is in his eighth season.
FARGO – Coming off a 3-2 loss in the home opener Friday, North Dakota State was looking for answers in Saturday night’s volleyball match against Summit League foe Indiana Purdue-Indianapolis.
Unfortunately for the Bison, they left the match with even more questions, falling to IUPUI 3-1 and losing for the second straight night at Bentson Bunker Fieldhouse. With the 21-25, 25-17, 25-14, 25-23 win, the Jaguars hold on to the top spot in the Summit League with a 4-1 conference record and 10-6 overall record, while the Bison fall to 4-10 overall and 1-3 in league play.
I’ve spent a good chunk of my free time this week enjoying “Championship Week” coverage of the men’s basketball conference tournaments. Absolutely love this week, and I never get tired of watching the players pile onto each other at center court after securing a bid to the NCAA Division I tournament.
45 percent of students show no significant improvement in key areas by end of second year
A new study provides disturbing answers to questions about how much students actually learn in college – for many, not much – and has inflamed a debate about the value of an American higher education.
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