by Grand Forks Herald
September 28, 2012 at 6:06 am in Grand Forks Herald
For the second time in two years, a Dickinson State University research team has found a rare shrew in western North Dakota. Continue Reading
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“a Dickinson State University research team has found a rare shrew in western North Dakota.”
The shrew was immediately given a Dickinson Diploma, and was offered room and board, and additional credits at the Williston campus. There is no confirmation that the millions of other shrews would take advantage of this program. DU College President says “It is an unknown. But we’ve already begun printing the Diplomas just in case. We can always mail them to the Chinese if the shrews reject the offer.”
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The article continues: “An anonymous source has stated “We will not offer diplomas or housing to the Prairie dogs. We just have to draw the line somewhere. This could affect our accreditation.”"
What about flickertails? Oh wait, they’re at UND.
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