The Collegian

Co-Editor-in-Chiefs of The Collegian, Jordan Rusche and Gracie Terrall, pose with Jonathan Karl and Tom Daschle after a breakfast for student leaders, Monday, Sept. 26. 
(Pictured, from left) Jordan Rusche, Jonathan Karl, Gracie Terrall and Tom Daschle.

Issue: Thank you Tom Daschle and Jonathan Karl

Collegian Editorial Board September 27, 2022

ABC News’ Chief Washington correspondent Jonathan Karl arrived in South Dakota Sunday morning to meet with political science majors, contribute to journalism classes and be the fifth speaker in former...

Editorial: Finally! Beer at games!

Editorial: Finally! Beer at games!

Collegian Editorial Board September 13, 2022

  This past Saturday, alcohol was served to the general public at Dana J. Dykhouse Stadium for the first time in its history, and it couldn’t have come soon enough. Beer and wine have been...

Issue: SDSU joins the metaverse

Issue: SDSU joins the metaverse

Editorial Board April 12, 2022

South Dakota State University has been selected as one of seven “metaversities” by VictoryXR, the global leader in metaverse education with active partner Meta. If you feel like you’re getting deja...

Agua Fresh is located on Main Avenue in Brookings.

The Collegian’s Noodle Bowl Review

Editorial Board March 1, 2022

  Agua Fresh, a juice and grilled sandwich cafe downtown, just added an extension to their menu. Noodle Bowl, a separate service located in the same building, serves noodle cuisine from different...

The sun sets on Independence Square in Kyiv, Ukraine. In 2014, Independence Square was one of the sites of violent protests that shook the nation.

ISSUE: The Russia-Ukraine conflict is bad, but probably not worth a war

Collegian Editorial Board February 15, 2022

Over the last decade, Ukraine has been nothing if not one of the world’s most interesting spectacles for those who knew where to look. In 2014, President Viktor Yanukovych was ousted from power after...

ISSUE: NFTs, who needs ‘em

ISSUE: NFTs, who needs ‘em

Collegian Editorial Board February 8, 2022

We’ve all heard of NFTs (non-fungible tokens) by now, even if we don’t know exactly what they are. They’ve been dominating the internet as of late, and celebrities like Snoop Dogg, LinGrimes and...

ISSUE: Live Nation sets itself up for another failed festival

ISSUE: Live Nation sets itself up for another failed festival

Editorial Board January 25, 2022

Jan. 18, it was announced that all your favorite emo bands will be making a comeback during this year’s “When We Were Young” concert, slated for late October 2022. Pop-punk and emo scene favorites...

ISSUE: Noem’s new mansion at expense of our taxes

ISSUE: Noem’s new mansion at expense of our taxes

Editorial Board November 30, 2021

A report was released by the Argus Leader announcing that Gov. Kristi Noem spent more than $68,000 of taxpayer money on decorations for the Governor’s mansion.  The reports date back to Jan. 5, 2019,...

ISSUES: Sesame Street, loan forgiveness and more

ISSUES: Sesame Street, loan forgiveness and more

Editorial Board November 16, 2021

A lot of stuff happened this week. Really though, there were quite a few topics the Editorial Board had to choose from this week and, well, we’re not always a decisive group. So, instead of choosing...

Issue: The Metaverse is Meta-stupid

Issue: The Metaverse is Meta-stupid

Editorial Board November 2, 2021

Mark Zuckerberg has done it again. Last Thursday, the Facebook CEO announced that Facebook would be rebranding to Meta Platforms Inc., or Meta for short, and would no longer be considered a social media...

Issue: The post-9/11 world is the only world we know

Issue: The post-9/11 world is the only world we know

Editorial Board September 14, 2021

One of the most tragic days in U.S. and world history was last Saturday: 9/11. While older generations remember the day vividly, college students don’t know a pre-9/11 world. We don’t know a world...

Editorial: Student media has a fresh new look

Editorial: Student media has a fresh new look

Collegian Editorial Board August 31, 2021

This summer, a lot of changes were made to student media on campus, including The Collegian and KSDJ. Our paper has officially collaborated with the School of Communication and Journalism, and with that...

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