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A busy week at Dickinson State University began with the hiring of a new chief operating officer and an announcement on a recent collaboration between the Theodore Roosevelt Center and a film library in Los Angeles, and ended with details released on the forthcoming tenth annual Boo Hawks event.
DICKINSON — The U.S. News & World Report released its 2022-2023 Best Colleges rankings on Monday, Sept. 12, 2022, and Dickinson State University ranked No. 7 for Top Public Schools – Regional Colleges (Midwest).
The bill would provide $3 million for a North Dakota Department of Public Instruction program that provides paraprofessionals with funding to get teaching degrees.
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David Cook, NDSU's 15th president, confronts enrollment and budgetary challenges. He will deliver his first state of the university address on Sept. 30.
Instead, the response to Biden's forgiveness order has consisted of the right branding debt-burdened students as a bunch of lazy freeloaders while left-wingers carry on as if anyone who has ever participated in any other government program, like the PPP loans or farm subsidies, cannot be opposed to Biden's order without being a hypocrite. Which is the sort of logic we should expect from middle schoolers, not adults. And we wonder why our politics have grown dysfunctional.
There is a problem here to be solved, but what does student loan forgiveness do to solve it?

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David Cook sat down with Forum columnist Mike McFeely for a wide-ranging question-and-answer session on challenges and positives at North Dakota State University
DICKINSON — Dickinson State University President Steve Easton updated stakeholders and the general public on the progress made over the previous year in his annual State of the University address on Monday, Aug. 15. During his speech, Easton declared that DSU is continuing to move in the right direction, sharing optimism and a positive outlook for the forthcoming academic year.
"...He rounds out what I am convinced is one of the strongest history programs in the region,” says Brent Rogers, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at DSU

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