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Cubicles now stand in the former a lab of the stock judging pavilion, which is now the Agricultural Heritage Museum. The building was used for classes, Little International and 4H, offices and the meat lab.

If walls could talk: exploring history of the Agricultural Heritage Museum

Makenzie Huber November 29, 2017

Artifacts fill meat lockers originally used to store carcasses prepared for sale. Cubicles line the floor of what used to be the meat lab. Exhibits stand on floors once covered with sawdust to show animals. The...

If walls could talk: exploring history of the Agricultural Heritage Museum

Makenzie Huber November 29, 2017

Artifacts fill meat lockers originally used to store carcasses prepared for sale. Cubicles line the floor of what used to be the meat lab. Exhibits stand on floors once covered with sawdust to show animals. The...

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The Department of Economics has set up offices in the Depuy Miltary Hall as a temporary home. Which has forced the ROTC program to train in different facilities on campus.

‘We don’t feel like a priority:’ SDSU violates 50-year-old contract for ROTC requirements

Makenzie Huber November 15, 2017

Wires were hung up first. Then holes were drilled in the floor, permanently changing the DePuy Military Hall gym last November. It wasn’t until December that the Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps...

SDSU-Army contract violation brought to SA

SDSU-Army contract violation brought to SA

Makenzie Huber October 25, 2017

Two students in the ROTC program at South Dakota State spoke to Students’ Association about a conflict regarding an SDSU-Army contract at SA’s Monday meeting. Departments are moving in and out of...

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Second sexual assault of year reported on Hobo Day

Makenzie Huber October 18, 2017

A sexual assault was reported from a female student in Hansen Hall at 3:39 a.m. Saturday morning of Hobo Day weekend. It is the second sexual assault reported at South Dakota State this semester. The...

SDSU goes through with tobacco-free campus policy

SDSU goes through with tobacco-free campus policy

Makenzie Huber October 18, 2017

The South Dakota State University campus will become smoke-free by the beginning of 2018, according to President Barry Dunn, in an Oct. 17 email to the student body. The policy includes cigarettes, chewing...

Sociology department students, faculty raise money for Brookings-area poverty programs

Sociology department students, faculty raise money for Brookings-area poverty programs

Makenzie Huber October 11, 2017

Students and faculty in the Department of Sociology and Rural Studies are tackling homelessness and poverty in Brookings. Hobo Day is their catalyst to achieve that. Julie Yingling, an assistant professor...

John Schuh of the Delta Chi fraternity and Madelynn Hotchkiss of Alpha Omega Epsilon sorority.

Greek Man and Woman of the Month

Makenzie Huber October 11, 2017

Greek Life would like to recognize John Michael Schuh as Greek Man of the Month for September. Schuh is an Elk Point native majoring in economics with a business specialization at South Dakota State....

Once a hobo, always a hobo: alumni ‘welcomed home’

Once a hobo, always a hobo: alumni ‘welcomed home’

Makenzie Huber October 11, 2017

Les Roberts can’t remember how many times he’s attended Hobo Day. But at 94 years old, after missing only a dozen or so celebrations, that’s not hard to imagine. Roberts is a 1948 South Dakota...

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‘Tight fit’ causes hundreds of students to relocate parking for SDSU game day

Makenzie Huber October 2, 2017

About 800 parking spots in the biggest parking lot on campus were evacuated for the first home football game Sept. 16. Students parked in different lots, or farther south in the lot. This will continue...

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Psychological, sociological reasons behind sexual assault, victim blaming

Makenzie Huber September 20, 2017

Sexual assault is an intentional act. It doesn’t matter if there was alcohol. It was a decision made by the perpetrator where they knew it was wrong, but they did it anyway, according to South Dakota...

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