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'Girl Day' addresses lack of women in STEM fields

Faith Carter, a sophomore at the University of Texas at Austin, is pursuing a degree in petroleum engineering. She’s part of the minority of women who want to enter into the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields. 604 more words

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Razorbacks complete 3-game sweep of UND

FAYETTEVILLE – Arkansas continued warming up Saturday against a University of North Dakota baseball team that came in from the cold.

With Fayetteville temperatures in the 60s, contrasting to 5-below zero Saturday at the North Dakota campus in Grand Forks, the Razorbacks completed a three-game series sweep with a 13-2 and 12-1 doubleheader sweep attended by 6,733 at Baum Stadium. 689 more words

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ND Lawmaker: Resolution Honoring Canada Waste Of Time

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — All but one member of North Dakota’s House believes the state should honor Canada with a special day.

GOP Rep. Rick Becker is a plastic surgeon in Bismarck. 97 more words

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Razorbacks win season opener against UND

FAYETTEVILLE – A home run away from completely hitting for the cycle, Arkansas first baseman Clark Eagan cycled through North Dakota for a double, single and triple, scoring three runs and driving in three more during the Razorbacks’ 11-4, season-opening victory on Friday at Baum Stadium. 795 more words

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Razorbacks begin 2015 season today

FAYETTEVILLE – Today, the Arkansas Razorbacks begin their baseball season with an opening day pitcher excited about his new role, and a shortstop excited to be back in his old role. 762 more words

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Weekend Predictions- 'Let's Get At It'

“Let’s get at it, let’s go play” said Dave Hakstol at his weekly press conference.  The Sioux hockey coach seemed to be tired of the same old questions that he hears hundreds of times a season.   501 more words

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Hawks send six gridders to college ranks

Six seniors from the 2014 Harrison football team officially accepted scholarship offers and signed national letters of intent Wednesday.

There was one Big Ten recruit among them, that being Michael Ojemudia, who had committed to Eastern Michigan last year but signed with Iowa. 542 more words

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