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Williston State College president will remain on leave until Nov. 19 after alleged misconduct

BISMARCK – Williston State College President Raymond Nadolny, who was placed on indefinite paid leave last week for alleged misconduct involving alcohol, has completed a medical evaluation and will remain on leave for about a month, North Dakota University System Interim Chancellor Larry Skogen said.

MnSCU overhaul may lose faculty group's support

MnSCU overhaul may lose faculty group's support

ST. PAUL - Unhappy faculty are threatening to derail Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system’s major collaboration initiative.

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BSU, NTC follow trend with fewer students

BEMIDJI - Enrollment at Bemidji State University and Northwest Technical College is down a bit from last year, following a trend evident throughout the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system.

CTE consortium takes off in four SD towns

CTE consortium takes off in four SD towns

GREGORY, S.D. — There may not be a better example of hands-on learning than what's being built in Gregory. Or Burke, Bonesteel and Colome.

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MNsure promises better website this year after last years' glitches

ST. PAUL -- Shoppers on the MNsure health insurance exchange will encounter a much improved user experience when open enrollment begins next month, officials said Wednesday.

UND group promises new nickname plan by 2015

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — The University of North Dakota’s new nickname task force decided on a broad goal at their second official meeting Thursday.

MSUM gives sorority 3 years of probation for bullying

MSUM gives sorority 3 years of probation for bullying

MOORHEAD, Minn. – A sorority at Minnesota State University Moorhead will be on probation for three years and was ordered to review its policies and procedures after a university panel found its members engaged in bullying behavior.

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GF officials look to expand Global Hawk mission to arctic

GRAND FORKS, N.D. - The next frontier for Global Hawks and other unmanned aircraft systems at Grand Forks Air Force Base may lie to the north.

NCTC president says college is fit to meet financial challenges

NCTC president says college is fit to meet financial challenges

EAST GRAND FORKS, Minn. - Northland Community and Technical College has faced financial hardship, but at the State of the College Address Thursday, President Anne Temte said the school is working hard to get back on top.

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Williston State College president placed on leave for alleged misconduct involving alcohol use

BISMARCK – Williston State College President Raymond Nadolny was placed on paid administrative leave Wednesday for an indefinite period because of alleged misconduct involving alcohol use, according to the North Dakota University System.

Fall enrollment at University of Minnesota-Crookston hits new record

The University of Minnesota-Crookston saw record-breaking enrollment this fall for the eighth year in a row.

Political email to NDSU staff draws criticism, school apologizes

FARGO, N.D. – An email sent to North Dakota State University staff on Sunday night drew criticism for its political advocacy, and the staff senate president apologized Monday morning.

NDUS: Open records requests politically motivated

NDUS: Open records requests politically motivated

GRAND FORKS, N.D. – The North Dakota University System has had to review thousands of documents for what they think are politically motivated open records requests.

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UND celebrates law school renovation and addition

UND celebrates law school renovation and addition

GRAND FORKS, N.D. - Many prominent North Dakota politicians were on the UND campus Friday afternoon for a brick-laying ceremony celebrating the new addition at the University of North Dakota School of Law.

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UND’s architectural gems sit amid a changing campus

UND’s architectural gems sit amid a changing campus

GRAND FORKS, N.D. - The imposing and ornate presence of Merrifield Hall dwarfed a University of North Dakota employee on its brilliant green lawn Wednesday.

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