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ANDREW ARMACOST

Board members, university presidents to request additional funding from Legislature to fund proposed salary increases
Partnership comprises 11 universities from five states, seeks to expand tech sector’s outreach in the region
Review by North Dakota's assistant Attorney General found no wrongdoing
"That'll be for Coach Berry to make a determination," UND President Andrew Armacost said on this episode of Plain Talk.

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The UND president said legislative funding is always a factor facing higher education leaders when making campus decisions.
Making policy in a knee-jerk response to trending media topics is as unwise as making it based on anecdotes.
If UND means to implement a fair policy that serves the interests of everyone on campus, and not just serve knee-jerk desires to be in line with the latest political trends, they need to do better than what they've done so far.

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UND President Andrew Armacost writes, "Veterans Day can bring mixed emotions. It’s a time to celebrate courage, to mourn loss, and to remember what we wish had never happened and hope will never happen again."
"If you had not wrote about it, we probably would not have learned about the proposed policy," Christopher Dodson, general counsel for the North Dakota Catholic Conference, told me. "A number of students and interested persons missed the official deadline for comments, which ended Friday."
On Tuesday evening at 6 p.m., students were greeted by UND administrators as they entered the ballroom and took places at the dozens of tables set up for the event. It was a solemn occasion, as students quietly talked among themselves. There were no speakers or formal agenda for the event. It was a chance for people to remember Hauser and relate with others the feelings they had about Monday’s deadly crash. The gathering was followed by a vigil held outside the Delta Tau Delta fraternity across University Avenue from the Memorial Union.

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