NDSU's twice-weekly student-produced newspaper offers communication majors the opportunity to learn all facets of print journalism - reporting, photography, editing, advertising sales, design and management - at a professional level.
The Spectrum office features advanced computerized pagination equipment, high-resolution laser printer, and scanning capability. Students are paid for their work. The Board of Student Publications, which oversees the newspaper, is also built on student participation.
For further information, contact Dr. Ross Collins, Spectrum faculty advisor.