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Bismarck women's rights protesters march on the capital

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UND rematch with Duluth

It was a series the University of North Dakota wanted to forget. Now it�s providing some inventive as the Fighting Hawks take on Minnesota Duluth again.

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Home weekend for Marauders

After sweeping last week�s road double-header, the University of Mary Men�s Basketball Team is back on the right path.

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