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Students lobby for alcohol at sporting events

Students lobby for alcohol at sporting events

Jordan Rusche, Editor in-Chief (She/Her) January 11, 2022

Last semester, two South Dakota State University students stood before the South Dakota Board of Regents in its Dec. 8 meeting to make their case on why alcoholic beverages should be sold at home sporting...

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Precision ag grads: Where are they now?

Adrienne Lipinski, Reporter January 11, 2022

On the corner of Medary Avenue and Campus Drive North, sits the new Raven Precision Agriculture Center, the home center to many majors and minors, one being precision agriculture. In fall 2016, the...

BSA hosts MLK Day events

BSA hosts MLK Day events

Brina Sturm, Lifestyles Editor January 11, 2022

Monday, Jan. 17 is Martin Luther King Day. In celebration of Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy and dedication to ending segregation and inspiring racial equality, South Dakota State University’s Black...

New spot for coffee shop busier than ever

New spot for coffee shop busier than ever

Emma Smith, Reporter January 11, 2022

Kool Beans Coffee and Roasterie is busier than ever after moving to 225 Main Ave. and partnering with Mosaic Wine Bar. The coffee shop moved a half-block south in downtown Brookings, from 314 Main Ave....

Men crush USD, remain perfect in Summit

Men crush USD, remain perfect in Summit

Skyler Jackson, Sports Editor (He/Him) January 11, 2022

The South Dakota State Jackrabbits were back in action Saturday night at Frost Arena, scoring the first 11 points of the game before cruising to an 84-65 win against South Dakota. It was USD’s first...

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Labor shortages mean trouble for ag

Sydney Mitchell , Reporter January 11, 2022

The agriculture industry is facing a labor shortage, and this could mean changes in the career opportunities in agriculture.   A labor shortage means that there are not enough people to fill all of...

Women’s struggles continue in lopsided loss to Coyotes

Women’s struggles continue in lopsided loss to Coyotes

Evan Patzwald, Assistant Sports Editor January 11, 2022

The big rivalry between the South Dakota State (8-8, 4-1 Summit) and South Dakota (12-4, 5-0 Summit) women’s basketball teams took place Saturday in Vermillion. USD dominated nearly the entire game,...

Jackrabbits take down No. 22 UNI

Jackrabbits take down No. 22 UNI

Jordon Schoenrock, Reporter January 11, 2022

The South Dakota State wrestling team opened its Big 12 conference schedule Sunday with a 27-13 win in a dual against 22nd-ranked Northern Iowa. In what was initially scheduled to be a Triangular event...

Samantha Sween, a senior at SDSU, busies herself with studying to kick off her final semester.

Maximizing the final semester of senior year

Kylie Carlson, Reporter January 11, 2022

The calendar just flipped to January, and for students in their final year of college, this is a long-awaited sight. The first glimmer of the “light at the end of the tunnel,” if you will.  This...

Jackrabbit football season by the numbers

Jackrabbit football season by the numbers

Skyler Jackson, Sports Editor (He/him) January 11, 2022

The South Dakota State football team’s hopes of winning its first-ever national championship were ended in the FCS semifinals last month. After finishing as the national runner-up in the spring season...

Snowmobile Club comes to Brookings

Snowmobile Club comes to Brookings

Karmen Sperr, Reporter January 11, 2022

A new snowmobiling club formed late last semester on campus just in time for the winter season. The Snow Hares Snowmobiling Club is a group where snowmobile enthusiasts can find other riders, go on...

3 ways to get started volunteering

3 ways to get started volunteering

Kylie Carlson, Reporter January 11, 2022

Employment opportunities. Resumé builders. Transferable skills. Meaningful connections. Real-world experience.   These are all available to you and will cost only a few hours of...

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