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South Dakota State University's Student-Run Independent Newspaper Since 1885

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SDSU’s civil engineering students were a part of three competitions at the American Society of Civil Engineers in Manhattan, Kansas from April 13-15.

SDSU Civil Engineering students earn awards at regional competition

Maria Atkinson, Reporter April 25, 2023

South Dakota State University’s civil engineering students participated in three competitions through the American Society of Civil Engineers April 13 through the 15 in Manhattan, Kansas. The students...

Reece Arbogast pitches in the Jacks’ 8-4 win over Omaha last Friday at Erv Huether field in Brookings, SD, picking up his first win of the season.

Jacks carry seven-game winning streak

Evan Patzwald, Co-Sports Editor April 18, 2023

SDSU’s baseball team has won seven straight games and will look to carry that momentum into its matchup with Waldorf  on Wednesday and its series with St. Thomas this weekend. The Jacks swept their...

Kennedy Jaerger and Isabelle Hesse (middle two) visit Ho’omaluhia Botanical Gardens in Hawaii with friends they met in the exchange program.

National Student Exchange enchriches college experience

Tori Schulz, Reporter April 18, 2023

The National Student Exchange  is a program that allows students to study at another school in participating schools in the United States, Puerto Rico, Guam, the U.S. Virgin Islands and Canada.   NSE...

Netflix show, “Extraordinary Attorney Woo,” raises awareness for autism in Asia

Netflix show, “Extraordinary Attorney Woo,” raises awareness for autism in Asia

Andrea Huete, Copy Editor April 18, 2023

The Netflix series called “Extraordinary Attorney Woo” aired in 2022. Its creators Yoo In-sik and Moon Jo-won drove the drama, and helped spread awareness through the lens of race, gender and class. The...

Aurora Venteicher (right) with a friend (left) on a Hamburg boat tour in Germany.

Studying Abroad: Info to Know

Lucia Plagge, Reporter April 18, 2023

Eighteen events were held recently in honor of International Education Month at SDSU. These events provide students the opportunity to learn more about education abroad and the international community...

Pitcher Tori Kniesche pitching in a game earlier this season. Kniesche had a big weekend against St. Thomas last weekend, only allowing two hits and 19 strikeouts in 12 innings pitched in the Jacks series sweep over the Tommies. 
Photo by Kylie Macziewski from GoJacks.com

Softball team set for big Summit matchup with Omaha

Evan Patzwald, Co-Sports Editor April 4, 2023

After a sweep over St. Thomas last weekend, the SDSU softball team was meant to have its home opener this weekend but instead will be playing their games in Sioux Falls at Bowden Field due to weather.  The...

South Dakota State forward Myah Selland drives on South Dakotas Cassidy Carson in a Summit League womens basketball game Jan. 14 at Frost Arena. Selland scored 19 points on an efficient 7-10 shooting in that game as the Jackrabbits blew out the Coyotes 118-59, the Jackrabbits highest margin of victory of the season.

Myah Selland pursues pro basketball

Skyler Jackson, Co-Sports Editor April 4, 2023

South Dakota State forward Myah Selland saw her Jackrabbit career end a couple of weeks ago when her team fell to top-seeded Virginia Tech in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Now after her successful...

2023 Ag Day spreads awareness through speakers, club events

2023 Ag Day spreads awareness through speakers, club events

Alyssa Berentschot, Reporter April 4, 2023

The 2023 Ag Day is April 12 this year, but events start April 11 and go through April 13. There are many agriculture-related activities that go on during this three-day event, including a meatball cook-off...

April event targets cancer

April event targets cancer

Mara Wheaton, Lifestyles Editor March 28, 2023

March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, but the Brookings Colorectal Cancer Awareness Program is working throughout the spring to help local residents learn more about risk factors and prevention. BCCAP...

A beef cattle during Little I, circa 1940-41, took place at the livestock judging pavillion. It was where the South Dakota Agricultural Heritage Museum is now located.

Little International through the decades

Sage Thompson, Reporter March 28, 2023

Little International has changed over time from then to now. Little I started in 1921 as a small competition, and it grew to be so much more.   Little I was modeled after the Chicago Livestock Expo....

Enrollment cliff still worries administrators

Enrollment cliff still worries administrators

Kaitlyn Lorang, Reporter March 28, 2023

The looming threat of an academic “enrollment cliff” that has worried college administrators for several years may not be as bad as originally predicted.  In 2018, the book “Demographics and...

Event attendees honor the SDSU rodeo team at previous Buckles and Bling fundraiser in Club 71 at Dana J. Dykhouse Stadium. Last year’s Buckles and Bling had 275 people in attendance and raised over $28,000.

SDSU rodeo team’s ‘Buckles and Bling’ event kicks off Jackrabbit Stampede

Jessica Kott, Reporter March 28, 2023

The SDSU rodeo team is getting ready for the ninth annual Buckles and Bling fundraiser Thursday in Club 71 at Dana J. Dykhouse Stadium. The event is geared toward kicking off the Jackrabbit Stampede,...

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