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2015 April 30 - 12:00 am

Coyotes’ Movements Research Project Follows Animals’ Moves Around Bismarck

In this spot where trees and wetland interrupt the prairie south of Bismarck, coyotes dart back and forth. Basketball players at the nearby United Tribes Technical College heard their howls, which is what prompted a student to pursue tracking the animals as a research project.
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2014 December 22 - 12:00 am

Leander “Russ” McDonald Wants Native American Culture at Center of Studies

McDonald is the newest face on campus, taking the reins from the vice president of academic, career and technical education, Phil Baird, who served as interim president for eight months. David Gipp, who led the college for 37 years, was named chancellor in January, a role created to focus on the school’s growth and development.

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