University of North Dakota

About 20 to 25 percent of men report sexually coercive behavior, ranging from forced sex to verbal manipulation like guilt-tripping a woman into having sex.
The NCAA said their old nickname was "hostile and abusive."
I came across your article today, and I must say, I'm distraught. With some extremely misplaced anger, you attempted to begin a crusade against consent classes, and in a fury let the world know what a waste of time you believe them to be. So I wanted to let you know what I believe is a waste of time.
He had to hide behind a bush in his underwear until a Good Samaritan gave him his clothes back.
It would behoove Harvard administrators to include meaningful protections for accused students and consult in advance with those who might identify due process problems before the policy goes live.
It's been 14 years since the spring of "come hell and high water" when the city flooded and then caught fire, and Grand Forks, North Dakota is back to normal.
"I hope if the local governments step up it can spread to the state," state Rep. Kylie Oversen (D-Grand Forks), the coauthor
Kansas and North Dakota are among the states competing to be one of six federal test centers for drones. The introduction
Mitzel is challenging Mock, 27, and Democrat Kylie Oversen, 23, who served as UND student body president until recently, for
Heitkamp issued a statement Tuesday night highlighting the differences between her and Berg. While Berg had not officially
Northland Community and Technical College in Minnesota also started a drone program after receiving a multimillion dollar
The North Dakota "Fighting Sioux" will not be fighting at the University of Iowa anytime soon, thanks to UI's strict policy
As I wrote many times since, I did not write that headline. It was like waving a red flag in the face of the Redskin football fanatics. Since then whenever I have to use the Redskin word I always refer to it as the "R-Word." And why should it not carry the same inference as the "N-Word"?
Efforts are under way to seek a statewide referendum, as well as a state constitutional amendment, to overturn a brand-new
"[The governor] will urge the legislature to pass a bill that returns that decision back to the state Board of Higher Education
"This allows for North Dakota students to get an affordable education without subsidizing out-of-state students," Zack Tiggelaar
The Rochester Post-Bulletin reported on the divide over the nickname: According to the Dakota Student, the North Dakota State
On Tuesday afternoon, seemingly everyone on campus received a letter from President Kelley (via frequent e-mailer Jan Orvik
The [North Dakota] State Board of Higher Education (SBHE) decided to not yet retire the Fighting Sioux nickname at its meeting