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Study abroad moves closer to home with new program

Study abroad moves closer to home with new program

Megan Bertsch, Copy Editor September 9, 2020

In spring of 2020, the Office of International Affairs worked around the clock to keep students studying abroad safe as COVID-19 rapidly swept across the globe. Ultimately this meant last minute flights...

Brookings City Council mandates masks in public places

Brookings City Council mandates masks in public places

Andrew Rasmussen, Reporter September 8, 2020

The Brookings City Council voted to mandate masks in public where 6-foot social distancing is not possible during Tuesday’s city council meeting. The 5-2 vote comes after more than three hours of public...

Hobo Day canceled then and now

Hobo Day canceled then and now

Gracie Terrall and Maggie Molitor September 8, 2020

For the first time in over 75 years, the South Dakota State University Hobo Day Parade- one of the largest events in the Dakotas- has been canceled. There will be no vintage cars on the road, no people...

Pandemic puts athletics on pause: Fall 2020 update

Pandemic puts athletics on pause: Fall 2020 update

J. Michael Bertsch and Skyler Jackson August 26, 2020

What began as an extended spring break in March turned into a several-month-long delay for South Dakota State University athletics sporting events. This delay continues for SDSU and schools across the...

Back to the books: Jackrabbits return to campus

Back to the books: Jackrabbits return to campus

Gracie Terrall, News Editor August 26, 2020

Sawyer Bernd, a freshman at South Dakota State University, awoke the first morning of classes anxious to start his first year of college. However, instead of making the trek across campus, Bernd settled...

Death is not our business; do not make it so

Death is not our business; do not make it so

Editorial Board August 26, 2020

Dear Student Body, We are student journalists. Our business is news; we give voice to the students and inform the Brookings community at large. We are not undertakers. As other student news outlets such...

Lorna Wounded Head is the Family Resource Management Field Specialist at SDSU.

Semester of savings: tips for new students

Lorna Saboe-Wounded Head, Family Resource Management Field Specialist SDSU Extension August 25, 2020

Welcome to South Dakota State University! Whether you are new to campus or continuing your studies, creating a budget for the new semester can bring out the forward-thinking financial manager in you. With...

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