ABERDEEN, S.D. – On April 27, Northern State University student-athletes teamed up with the United Way of Northeastern South Dakota to give back to Aberdeen and surrounding communities through volunteer work. Packs of Wolves got to work volunteering at 17 locations around the area.
At a recent forum on Northern State University’s budget process, NSU President Dr. Tim Downs encouraged the campus community to think like entrepreneurs when it comes to future growth, including new academic programs at Northern.
“Let’s think revenue generation,” Downs said. “Let’s be entrepreneurs.”
Northern State University students, faculty and athletic teams came together on April 4-5 to lend a hand to Aberdeen's community in sand-bagging efforts to combat the recent local flooding due to snow melt.