Dogs, Dogs and More Dogs

Miranda Stambler| THE SPECTRUM Throughout the school year, North Dakota State has multiple opportunities for students to ease their stress by interacting with dogs. Opportunities range from therapy dogs available in various locations during stressful weeks, such as dead…

I Hate Bugs

As we have finally reached summer, more critters are out and about. At Student Health Services the faculty see bee stings, wasp stings, mosquito bites and the occasional tick bite most commonly over the summer. The common insects that…

Paige Johnson | THE SPECTRUM Studying abroad is an incredible, exhausting, exciting and tiring experience that lends plenty of insights and new ideas. Some of the decisions people have to make include where they want to study, what classes…

Fast fashion describes the rapid rate at which designers take trends from the runway, manufacture them and ship them off to retailers in a matter of weeks. Meanwhile, consumers around the world are busy scanning the aisles of Zara…

With any town, it always seems like there is nothing to do. In Fargo, you will constantly hear the complaints of there being nothing exciting in town, but they’re wrong. There are many unknown and hidden treasures in the…

The transition to college can be tough. For some, you are leaving behind a community, a home and friends that you have known almost your entire life. You pack up your bags and set up on a campus that…

The new Dean of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (AHSS), David Bertolini, has been settling into his new title since March and has been enjoying his newly found dedication toward the college. He foreshadowed his want for being dean…

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As the semester comes to an end almost everyone has final projects and finals quickly approaching. The counseling center sees less new faces coming in and those who do come in for the first time “fall into a couple…