Lamb lies in court

When it comes to getting justice for rape survivors – the amount of time, effort, and emotional turmoil we are subject to is ridiculous. Were it not so traumatic, I would find it laughable.

Rapist Aaron Lamb

The final hour

In this final hour as I await my car and driver to transport me to the Cass County Courthouse, I feel butterflies bouncing around in my empty stomach. I spent the morning vomiting foam due to anxiety over facing rapist Aaron Michael Lamb in court. I am nervous… but I am not afraid.


Not just another Wednesday morning!

I awoke Wednesday morning to a surprise I had never expected to receive. Aaron Lamb, renowned sexual predator and businessman, had made an attempt to call me at 3am the morning of December 1, 20201. So I did what any savvy rape survivor would do – I call my local dispatch center to report the harassment to my local police department.


A call at 3am from a rapist

Convicted child abuser, molester, and rapist Aaron Michael Lamb

Aaron Lamb is a Rapist

Aaron Michael Lamb (DOB 02/14/1975) is a sexual predator and a rapist. I was not his first victim and will surely not be his last. He raped me in my own bed one April night in 2021. I thought he was someone who could be trusted, but I was very wrong.

Aaron Lamb – Rapist

The Clothesline Project Comes to NDSU

* get help
* get out
*get a (better) life

by Jacqueline Dotzenrod – HPR Contributing Writer

Women of the Midwest fondly say “farewell” to those bygone days when prairie wives would haul water from the well, heat it over a fire and scrub their knuckles raw over a washboard to clean the laundry. But there is one aspect of this chore coming back into style – the clothesline.

This week at the North Dakota State University campus, the clothesline is serving a new role in giving students and faculty a chance to air out unpleasantness from their past. The Clothesline Project is a nationwide movement that began in 1990 as part of an annual “Take Back the Night” march and rally in Hyannis, Massachusetts. Since then, women have come forward to create shirts and the line continues to grow.


NDUS spreads political talking points on taxpayer dime

by Jacqueline Dotzenrod

NDUS-300Not only did the State Board of Higher Education utilize public resources to lobby against Measures 1 & 2, but they also used talking points that sound like a scare tactic. These talking points were distributed throughout the North Dakota University System. From management on down, employees were encouraged to spread the biased message. And if the points add up, together they create the impression that the entire university system would collapse with the passing of these measures.


The degree I didn’t finish


University 489 Capstone Experience

Spring 2006

Jacqueline M. Dotzenrod