The Collegian

Tech guru recaps summer video consoles

John Schimdt

August 31, 2011


Filed under Lifestyles

There has been good and bad in the video game world this summer. The good includes Nintendo’s announcement of a new gaming system and Sony’s price slash of the PlayStation 3. The bad, however, is Electronic Arts ruining one of the most promising games I’ve seen in a long time. The PlayStation ...

SDSU welcomes back the Jacks

Kyrstin Baker

August 31, 2011


Filed under Lifestyles

Welcome back Jackrabbits to another year of late night study sessions, Ultimate Frisbee, and chicken alfredo in The Market. The summer may be over, but that doesn’t mean the fun has to end. The University Program Council has been hard at work planning events to make this year a great one, beginning wi...

Buffalo Wild Wings coming to Brookings

ebdejong

August 29, 2011


Filed under Lifestyles

After more than a year of discussing the unrestricted liquor license, it is now official - Buffalo Wild Wings Grill and Bar is coming to Brookings. Brookings City Council unanimously voted to grant Buffalo Wild Wings the license for $25,000 on Aug. 30. The franchise will be located in the Village Squ...

Outback Jacks offers recreation and fun when boredom arises

Ben Lippert

June 12, 2011


Filed under Lifestyles

Hidden in the depths of The Union basement is an oasis of entertainment that provides many opportunities for bored Jackrabbits. Outback Jacks is a service that’s all about fun. They offer a wide variety of indoor and outdoor activities to SDSU students, and at a low cost. “Most of our events are...

Rebekah Scott Designs provides handcrafted fashion accessories

shiltunen

April 19, 2011


Filed under Lifestyles

Looking for a cute, new spring accessory made locally? I have the perfect designer for you. Fashion Columnist Rebekah Scott is an accessory designer from Valley Springs, S.D. Scott designs cute custom handbags, headbands, head wraps, bobby pins, scarves, brooches, “babby” dresses, Ivy Toes, and Gus ...

This is the end

joshadams47

April 19, 2011


Filed under Lifestyles

You may not have noticed, but the end of the 2010-2011 school year is quickly approaching. Soon, we’ll all be frolicking in our summer-induced bliss, forgetting the tests, projects and papers that are currently tormenting us. Come June, we won’t even remember that the Rotunda is round. It’s the s...

Red State director Kevin Smith abandons standard film-promotion practices

jschmidt

April 19, 2011


Filed under Lifestyles

Kevin Smith has found alternative means of promotion using new media. Juice Columnist I’m an avid Kevin Smith fan, and one of his books, My Boring-Ass Life: The Uncomfortably Candid Diary of Kevin Smith, never leaves my side. I regularly watch his films, and quite frankly, I like this dude. I want to give Sm...

Racing to raise money for nonprofits

Ben Lippert

April 19, 2011


Filed under Lifestyles

Everyone has a story to tell. Most of these great stories go unheard by the general public because they aren’t considered “news worthy.” Check out The Juice throughout the semester to hear an average student’s story. If you’ve ever helped a nonprofit group, you know the time and effort that goes ...

Motivational Poster of the Week: Procrastination

Ben Lippert

April 19, 2011


Filed under Lifestyles

If you don’t breathe you will die. Take time to relax this spring. Procrastination is something that practically every student has fallen victim to at some point in their academic career. I’m here to tell you that there’s nothing wrong with procrastination. We are busy! There aren’t enough hou...

Motivational Poster of the Week: Sportsmanship

Ben Lippert

April 12, 2011


Filed under Lifestyles

What would you do to beat your competition? Play fair and be a good sport this week. Juice Editor Right in the face! It’s true, not everyone is a good sport. It’s natural for people to be competitive; of course some people take competition much more seriously than others. For some reason I’m re...

Local rock talent battles it out

Ben Lippert

April 12, 2011


Filed under Lifestyles

The 2011 battle of the bands event put on by the University Programming Council drew five upcoming South Dakota bands; a reminder of the musical talent in our state. The bands dueled each other with their stage presence, guitar rifts and penetrating vocals. At the end of the night, only one band could...

Electronic music catches on with local DJ Leo Silva

Ben Lippert

April 12, 2011


Filed under Lifestyles

Everyone has a story to tell. Most of these great stories go unheard by the general public because they aren’t considered “news worthy.” Check out The Juice throughout the semester to hear an average student’s story. Girl Talk and Daft Punk are probably a couple artists that come to mind whe...