Dickinson State University officials say a dean who committed suicide Friday didn’t know about the contents of a scathing audit of some of the school’s international programs that was released the same day.
While the events that unraveled at Dickinson State University on Feb. 10 were disturbing, students, staff and faculty are taking the opportunity to “grow together and grow stronger,” officials said Monday.
The search for a missing Dickinson State University dean came to a tragic end Friday when officials found his body north of the intersection of Seventh Avenue West and Sixth Street West in Memorial Park.
A high-ranking and longtime Dickinson State University staff member has died of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound. The Dickinson Police Department said Friday that Doug LaPlante’s body was found in Fairway Park.
April Baumgarten and Dustin Monke
, February 10, 2012
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