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Air Traffic Control Jobs Change Requirements

Will Biernat reporting

College is well-known for training students to become professionals in their field. For 36 colleges, and over 15 thousand students in one field, there is an unpleasant new trend in the hiring process.

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The Ins and Outs of Lacross

Avery Robb reporting

The University of North Dakota is known for many things. To some, the initial thought is of hockey. One UND sport has players reaching for a different kind of stick.

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Dakotah Beard Oils

Alex Aman reporting

Facial hair styles come and go with the times, and some say it says a lot about a man. We found a man whose facial hair has grown into an idea. Josh Evenson, an entrepreneur, is the creator of Dakotah Beard Oils.

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Education for Diversity

Tasha Olson anchoring

Any time you have more than two people from different backgrounds it could be considered a diverse environment. This means you can encounter diversity at work, school, or even at home. Associate Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion, Sandra Mitchell, works with college students to recognize and embrace cultural differences.

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Dry Times Lead to Potential Dangerous Times

Jake Larson reporting

Things can get quite heated in the spring time. Red Flag warnings and burn bans warn people about the dangers of a simple spark. The National Weather service is the place that determines if the conditions are necessary for a red flag warning.

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Laura Aldridge majored in communication while attending the University of North Dakota. Going into college, Laura didn’t exactly know what she wanted to pursue, but after an internship at Studio One she ended up in Tinsel Town.

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Catch up on the latest news with Tasha Olson, Will Biernat and Morgan Murphy. This week features diversity education, beard oils, and new Air Traffic Control requirements.


 

 

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