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The Residence Hall Association (RHA) and North Dakota State Dining partner to put on a program twice a semester called Waste Busters. The program was back to promote reducing food/liquid waste within the Residence Dining Center. On Nov. 14…

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The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine is urging North Dakota State and Sanford Health to end human trauma training on animals. They have placed ceiling advertisements in 31 MAT buses to remind the public that North Dakota State is…

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Planting Compassion

Fargo Brewing Company (FBC) opened its doors to Plants for Patients on Monday, Nov. 27. FBC typically has non-profit Mondays, and this past Monday Plants for Patients took the spotlight. Plants for Patients was started by Meg Roberts, a…

Opened in 2007 and costing $7.3 million dollars to complete, North Dakota State’s Technology Incubator is celebrating its 10th anniversary as it continues to support growing businesses that relate in one way or another to technology. The original business…

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Many people are fortunate to get toys on Christmas day, either from Santa, from family members or possibly from friends. However, annually there are many families in the United States that can’t afford to get their kids gifts for…

Midwestern universities have seen a decline in budget and some of their best faculty according to an article published in The Atlantic by Jon Marcus. The article brought up issues like the decline of funding because it’s failing to…

DAN UKKELBERG | THE SPECTRUM Haley Halverson, Vice President of Advocacy and Outreach for the National Center on Sexual Exploitation, explains the links between pornography and human trafficking. The Just Jesus. Adventist Campus Ministries featured a speaker on the…

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When a new product is made, or a new part is added to an existing system, it is necessary to understand how reliable this new part will be and what its estimated lifetime is. E.A. Elsayed, distinguished professor of…

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Samuel Brinton spoke at North Dakota State about “50 Bills 50 States,” a campaign to end conversion therapy — the forced change of an individual’s sexual orientation — of LGBTQ+ people in the United States. Brinton is a nuclear physicist…

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For the last four years, the Residence Hall Association (RHA) and NDSU Dining have put on a program twice a semester called Waste Busters. The program takes place in the Residence Dining Center and tracks food waste. The first…