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ABERDEEN, S.D. – Groundbreaking ceremonies were held Friday, April 13, on the Northern State University campus for the Regional Science Education Center and Athletic and Recreation Fields project.

NSU students, faculty and administration, as well as South Dakota Board of Regents representatives, attended the ceremonies, which took place inside the Johnson Fine Arts Center. University and project officials spoke, and a reception was held between groundbreaking ceremonies. 

RSEC, fields groundbreaking

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Northern students learn from simulated crime scene investigation on campus

                                                                                                            

ABERDEEN, S.D. – Vehicles drove past Northern State University a little more slowly than usual on Thursday morning because of the bright yellow “crime scene investigation” tape strung up near the pillars on the campus green.

NSU class learns from crime scene investigation

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NSU NEWS UPDATE – April 9, 2018

ABERDEEN, S.D. – Northern State University students weren’t satisfied with their level of general activity fees (GAF) – which fund activities directly tied to the student experience on campus – so they took it upon themselves to get it changed.

Tyler Harris and Kayla Sproles

NSU NEWS UPDATE – April 3, 2018

NSU student took high school dual credit courses before attending Northern

ABERDEEN, S.D. – Kyla Schuster has made countless connections as a student at Northern State University – including through her job at the Student Center information desk and her role as an orientation leader.

Kyla Schuster

Usitalo Attends Seminar at U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum

In the study of history’s most horrific events, some people’s stories have been left largely untold.

These are the people Northern State University’s Dr. Steven Usitalo is interested in learning more about – and it’s the focus of a seminar he attended on his third trip to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.

Dr. Steven Usitalo in the classroom

Dr.

CAS Russell

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