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Sustaining the Planet

This past week the Environmental Sustainability Club took a stand for the planet and put on several events to promote environmental sustainability. Brian Engelbrecht, president of Environmental Sustainability Club and senior in computer science, said the club is important…

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The Devil’s Lettuce

As 4/20 approaches, perhaps better known as “smoking weed day” or consuming cannabis day, there are a few things to remember if someone chooses to participate in the day. To detail what this day entails, The Spectrum spoke to…

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Research Your Research

Starting Monday, April 16 and running through Friday, April 20, Undergraduate Research Week will show off the work done by NDSU students as well as provide resources about research and applying to graduate school. There are weeklong activities, such…

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Year in Review

As the year draws to a close, our current student body President Mason Wenzel and our student body Vice President Katie Mastel highlight their top five accomplishments and a couple of things they wish they had done better. Their…

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In Memory Of

On April 6 at 4 p.m., a memorial service was held to remember the students of North Dakota State that passed away this year. Ellie Helm, an undergraduate student in psychology from Egg Harbor, Wisconsin, Noah Rockenback, an undergraduate…

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Nude Recreation Season

To most Americans, the week of July 9 is just the week after barbecues and fireworks, but to the members of the American Association for Nude Recreation (AANR) it’s Nude Recreation Week. Also a part of Nude Recreation Week,…

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Too Good at Their Job

Editors at The Spectrum began a protest Sunday, March 25, claiming that their pieces weren’t appropriate for public viewing because they were “too good” at their jobs. “All we’re saying is that our pieces are just too edgy and…

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Election Season at NDSU

  Grindberg and Pacella The Grindberg-Pacella duo are running for student body president and vice president, respectively. Chase Ouse Grindberg, a North Dakota State student studying crop and weed sciences, is running for student body president because he said…

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Bullying by Coaches

In competitive sports, there’s always a coach present, and sometimes that coach may be tough with the players. This can motivate the players, at least that’s their intent. However, two North Dakota State researchers,¬†Bradford Strand and¬†Sean Brotherson, ask how…

The 2018 midterm elections are quickly approaching, as current North Dakota Democratic Sen. Heidi Heitkamp races against Republican nominee Kevin Cramer to keep her seat in the Senate. Throughout her election, one particularly crucial topic of discussion and debate…