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.

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Board of Higher Education allows NDUS employees to lobby with tax dollars

by Jacqueline Dotzenrod

NDUS-300The North Dakota Board of Higher Education was walking a fine line in mid-October when it released a statement in blatant opposition to North Dakota Measures 1 and 2. However it danced right over it when it allowed its employees to campaign against the measures.

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The degree I didn’t finish

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University 489 Capstone Experience

Spring 2006

Jacqueline M. Dotzenrod

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