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Students Receive Fellowship

The National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships (NSF) were awarded to two North Dakota State students for their research and teaching potential. Kurt Williams, a second-year doctoral student in zoology, and Anna Renner, a senior in chemistry and biochemistry,…

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Pre-4/20 Pot Party Forum

The Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP) hosted community leaders in an open forum, the Pre-4/20 Pot Party Forum, discussing the legalization of recreational marijuana use last Wednesday, April 18. The event was brought about not in an attempt…

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New New World Order

Professor Thomas Ambrosio was awarded the Faculty Lectureship Award for his teaching and research regarding what he calls “The New New World Order” Tuesday, Apr. 17. The award recognizes achievement in teaching, scholarship, creative activity and service. The recipient…

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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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Sex in the Dark

Sex in the Dark, a forum on healthy relationships and sex put on by Healthy Herd Champions, took place last night April 19 in the Century Theater. The event consisted of five panelists, or “sexperts,” who answered both audience…

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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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Show Me Your Denim

The North Dakota State Student Social Work Organization is bringing awareness to sexual assault with Show Me Your Denim Day, stemming from Denim Day, which dates its beginnings back to 1999. Denim Day grew out of a 1998 Italian…

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Giving a Home to the Powwow

North Dakota State’s own Benston Bunker Fieldhouse laid host to the 29th annual Woodlands and High Plains Powwow Saturday, April 14. The Powwow included two grand entrances marked by the Color Guard and dancers from First Nation tribes. Attendees also…

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Sixty-six North Dakota State pharmacy students and over 70 University of North Dakota medical students participated in exercises at the Simulation Center at UND April 9. The event helped fulfill part of the Healthcare Workforce Initiative put forth by…

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Alba Bales House Honored

The Alba Bales House became the centerpiece for the North Dakota exhibit, “Appetite for Education: The Alba Bales House,” from noon to 1 p.m. April 12. The event honored the university’s nearly 100-year-old building and the school’s home economics…