NDSU president defends school's use of private plane, says it's more efficient than driving
FARGO - A private airplane cost North Dakota State University more than $500,000 last year, but President Dean Bresciani says it's a more efficient use of time and money than driving to meetings across the state.
Bresciani said his goal is to use the plane only when multiple people need to travel and he flies commercial for out-of-state trips.
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