Four students gathered together as an activist group, for a project in WGS 350, and brought awareness to sex trafficking issues through a panel. On April 9, Tabitha Heinz, Tyrza Hoines, Wilijar Ojuro and Kailyn Straub, held a panel…

On April 4, North Dakota State student organization Σnough, hosted the event “I Stand with Enough” to educate students on sexual abuse and violence. This is a Greek organization that is based on the prevention and advocating against sexual…

Embrace Your Sexual Side

  Talking about sex is always seen as awkward, and for women it is pushed aside as something they don’t enjoy, but for the fourth annual Sex Positivity Expo, hosted by North Dakota State’s Women’s Activist Organization (WAO) April…

  On Thursday, March 29, North Dakota State Provost Beth Ingram awarded Jennifer Momsen, associate professor in the department of biological sciences, the Peltier Award for Teaching Innovation. Students clapped and acknowledged Momsen’s surprise as she shook in shock….

Student body elections are back, and it is time to determine which candidate will be the one to make the best and more efficient changes to campus. From April 4 to April 5, students will be electing their 2018-2019…

NDSU dining centers are making a change to their menu to embrace the love Midwesterners have for ranch. Due to high demand starting March 30, the dining centers will be serving more entrees with ranch. Dining services had noticed…

  Cultivating diversity on campus, celebrating other cultures and overall learning more of an area of interest from those who are a part of that culture or know of it: all of these constitute the student organization, Hispanic Organization…

The newly hired Social Sciences Librarian at NDSU, Alfred “Al” Bernardo, fell into the profession rather than knowing that is the passion he had, he realized after graduating with a completely different degree. Bernardo graduated from Otterbein University in…

Miranda Stambler|THE SPECTRUM North Dakota State student Timothy Sizemore has been endorsed by the Libertarian Party for his campaign in District 27. Originally from Gillette, Wyoming, Sizemore has been a North Dakota resident since 2010. This is Sizemore’s first…

  Six North Dakota State students gathered to give a talk about ‘drunkorexia’ as a part of Women’s Week Tuesday, Feb. 27. Krista Gooris, Cole Petersen, Logan Pitts, Crystal Towers, Hayden Anderson and Amber Dunlap each talked about specific…