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Banned Books To Get Slammed

North Dakota State is hosting a Banned Book Slam in commemoration of the American Library Association’s Banned Books Week. Amanda Booher, NDSU libraries communications and programs coordinator, said, “In the past at NDSU, we’ve remained low-key during Banned Books…

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Correction: 2016-17 Crime Report

The crime statistics published by The Spectrum on Thursday were incorrectly calculated. The accurate numbers are as follows: There were 367 crime and referral offenses in 2015, up from 362 in 2014 and lower than 384 in 2013. There…

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Enrollment Demographics Released

North Dakota State released its official fourth week enrollment summary Tuesday. The summary does not change much from Spring 2016 enrollment summary, indicating that 14,432 students are enrolled in at NDSU for the fall 2016 semester, slightly under 100…

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Theatre B is back and better than ever with their newest season. The local theater had to close its Main Street space last year due to a hefty spike in rental costs. The theater had been in the same location for…

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Thoughts From the Box: Iowa

Iowa has a lot of corn, and soybeans. Driving the 16 hours to Iowa City and back provides lots of time for contemplation. That is, when your co-driver stops yelling “Iowa corn sucks!” In the eight hours that preceded…

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Queen of the Court

As the heroic, Hawkeye-defeating Bison football team took this Saturday off from the field, the North Dakota State women’s volleyball team ruled the court to kick off its conference season. Leading the Bison from the front row is senior setter, Ali…

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