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  • Alumnus works to protect Fargo from floodwaters

    NDSU alumnus Scott Satermo is in the very thick of Fargo’s battle against the Red River floodwaters. As the owner of Rising Sun Construction and North Core Corp., his crews are helping to build…

  • NDSU students help run Flood Central Call Center

    Emergency management students responded to the call for help on Monday from Carol Cwiak, faculty and internship coordinator for the emergency management program at NDSU’s Department of Sociology,…

  • Weathering tough times made easier by reducing personal stress

    Flooding in some regions of North Dakota and Minnesota is raising concerns about personal or family stress.

    "Personal stress often results when we experience factors beyond our control, such as…

  • Flood emergency response effort supported by new Internet tool

    The International Water Institute at NDSU, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources and Houston Engineering Inc. have created a new Internet tool to assist with the local emergency response…

  • Lazyman's Triathlon postponed until April 6

    Everyone is invited to compete in the 4th annual Lazyman's Triathlon at the Wallman Wellness Center. The event is planned for April 6 to May 8. Participants have six weeks to complete three events,…

  • Tetanus vaccines are not needed until flood cleanup begins

    Officials from the NDSU Student Health Service and the State Health Department say that floodwaters will not increase your risk for tetanus, and vaccines are not necessary unless dealing with…

  • Bison basketball team helps with flood fight

    Last week, the Bison men’s basketball players were battling on the court during the team’s first NCAA Division I tournament appearance. Now, they’ve joined another fight.

    Team members and coaches are…

  • Students and staff in North Fargo bucket brigade

    Tyler Schwantes and his buddies are digging into their first flood fight with all they’ve got. Schwantes, an NDSU management information systems major, spent Monday sandbagging in neighborhoods from…

  • Akyuz compares Red River flood to past years

    Adnan Akyuz, North Dakota state climatologist and assistant professor of climatology in NDSU’s soil science department, has compared the weather patterns up until today with those of 1996 through 1997…

  • NDSU students rally to Fargo's flood-fighting efforts

    NDSU students and faculty were out in force for sandbagging efforts at the FargoDome on Monday. After getting her own water issues under control, Kayla Peterson, an NDSU animal health major said she…





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