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New program doubles incentives for rural healthcare

admin July 15, 2012

PIERRE, S.D. – Health facilities in rural areas of South Dakota have gained a new tool to help recruit nurses, pharmacists, physical therapists and other health professionals, Gov. Dennis Daugaard said...

Woman ‘weighed down by guilt’ after abortion

ebdejong April 24, 2012

The names in this article have been changed to protect the identity of the source. Eight words went through Jill’s head again and again as she drove back to Brookings. “Do you want to know if it’s...

A lasting impression: Mark York and Anthony Sutton reflect, look ahead

Noah Brown April 17, 2012

On April 9, Jameson Barreth and Wyatt DeJong were sworn in as the new president and vice president of SA, respectively, and were handed the keys by two men who couldn’t believe the time had come so soon....

The votes are in, next year’s Senate announced

ntlowrey April 3, 2012

The 2012 Students’ Association election results are in and the victors have been announced. Several senate candidates gathered in and around the SA office April 4 anxiously awaiting the SA election results....

GSA hosts first-ever drag show

Megan Evenson March 13, 2012

After months of planning, the Gay Straight Alliance on campus will finally be in the spotlight by hosting a professional drag show. Nicolas Nelson, a junior at SDSU, said he is most looking forward to...

SDSU vs. USD matchup fuels local businesses, rivalry

Hannah Baker January 12, 2012

SDSU and the Brookings community will see green as Jackrabbits and Coyotes crawl into town for the upcoming rival games. A matchup between SDSU and USD has the potential to bring out the best and worst...

Gates close on all-class parking

Hannah Baker January 10, 2012

A project originally planned for completion at the beginning of last semester is now up-and-running. The pay lot east of The Union is currently in operation and is free of charge until Jan. 15. Derek Peterson,...

Matchup Fuels Local Business, Rivalry

Hannah Baker January 10, 2012

A matchup between SDSU and USD has the potential to bring out the best and worst in fans. No matter which side shines through on Jan. 12 and 16, they will bring out one more important thing: their wallets....

Vandals Strike With Expression

Emma Dejong January 10, 2012

Freedom of expression has its limits — and its consequences. Two instances of vandalism last semester in The Union caused damage totaling $1,500. If the same person committed both crimes they could be...

Union pay lot takes effect

staff January 7, 2012

The pay lot east of The Union will be in operation starting Jan. 9 and free of charge until Jan. 15. To enter the lot, press the blue button on the device and pull the ticket once dispensed. Upon exiting,...

Students warm holiday season for shelter

Hannah Baker December 6, 2011

While visions of final exams dance in many students’ heads, a few SDSU students are taking the time to give back to the Brookings community. Members of the Human Services Club made five tie-blankets...

Program aims to help new faculty

carlhessler November 29, 2011

New faculty members now have their own orientation program at SDSU. This new program known as New Faculty Orientation, focuses on building relationships, forming solidarity and briefing new faculty members...

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