After Bearson’s death, campus safety steps up

After Bearson’s death, campus safety steps up

In response to the passing of NDSU freshman Thomas Bearson, Concordia’s Public Safety means to step up their game. After his disappearance on Sept. 20 and the subsequent discovery of […]

 

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