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Students participating in a fitness class at the Miller Wellness Center. The wellness center has offered more classes this semester due to growing popularity.

MORE FITNESS CLASSES BEING OFFERED AT WELLNESS CENTER

Haiden Grandpre, Reporter February 27, 2024

Back by popular demand, The Miller Wellness Center has expanded its group fitness classes from past semesters. These fitness classes have become popular with students and the community in recent years....

Wintrode gets remake

Wintrode gets remake

Taylor Tennant, Reporter February 27, 2024

The Wintrode Center, also known as the Student Success and Opportunity Center on the south side of the South Dakota State University campus is being renovated and will serve as the well-being center on...

Kwik Trip Opening

Kwik Trip Opening

Ella Waterworth, Reporter February 27, 2024

A Kwik Trip convenience store is coming to Brookings in the near future. Brookings City Council members met Jan. 23 and discussed plans for the convenience store and gas station. Mike Struck, Brookings...

Gopher Sapardvrdyyeva, IIse Maldonado and Levi McKinley are community assistants this year at Abbott Hall. Recently, housing and residential life received a record 202 applications for next years group.

CA applications hit all-time high

Layna Tuchtenhagen, Reporter February 27, 2024

A record number of returning SDSU students have applied for a community assistant (CA) job for the next school year. The university’s Housing and Residential Life received one of the highest turnouts...

Kevin Fullerton, director for office of development addresses the senate on Monday, Feb.26 at the Lewis and Clark room located in University Student Union. Fullerton discussed goals of the Office of Career Development that aligned with the strategic plan of the university.

Students’ Association Brief

Kenneth Rebello, News Editor February 27, 2024

Open Forum Kevin Fullerton, director for Office of Career Development addressed the Senate on Monday regarding goals of its department and sought advice to improve efficiency for students within the university. The...

Child and Family Resource Network host ‘Common-Sense Parenting’ classes

Kenneth Rebello, News Editor February 27, 2024

The Child and Family Resource Network hosted its first ‘Common-Sense Parenting’ class at Pugsley Hall on Tuesday, Feb. 20. “It is a series of six classes that will help parents work with their child...

CAFES advocates narrow down to three finalists

Sam Moser, Ag Reporter February 27, 2024

South Dakota State University’s College of Agriculture, Foods, and Environmental Sciences (CAFES) has selected its top three finalists for the 2025-2026 CAFES Advocate: Luke Gordon, Dellana Muck, and...

An overhead view of the Ness School Management, Economics and Communication Career Fair in Club 71 at Dana J. Dykhouse Stadium in Brookings.

SDSU’s Career Fair aims to prepare students for success

Raena Visness, Reporter February 27, 2024

South Dakota State University has numerous resources in place to assist students prepare for their lives and careers after graduation. Resources include Resume Blitz, the Career Development Center, Advisers,...

The Chocolate Crawl event is a part of the larger city wide event called the Frost Fest. Each business participating in the event will prepare and serve a treat of some kind.

Downtown Brookings to host first ever ‘Chocolate Crawl event’

Brighton McBride, Reporter February 13, 2024

More than 25 businesses in Downtown Brookings are set to participate in the city’s “first ever Chocolate Crawl event” Saturday, Feb. 17.  Kirsten Gjesdal, director of Downtown Brookings and owner...

Bill that passed House is First Amendment violation, SA senator, lawyer say

Bill that passed House is First Amendment violation, SA senator, lawyer say

Greta Goede, Editor-in-Chief February 13, 2024

A bill that one student leader and a lawyer said violates free speech passed through State Affairs Monday and the House of Representatives Tuesday. House Bill 1178, a bill that prohibits the Board of...

Powerlift your way to the top

Powerlift your way to the top

Averi Johannsen, Reporter February 13, 2024

Officials at the Miller Wellness Center are pumped to host their second annual powerlifting meet Saturday, Feb. 24.  The meet will include three lifts: squat, bench and deadlift. Jacob Heidenreich,...

Ares (Fear of Men) by Jessica Campbell

South Dakota Art Museum set to debut new exhibits

Addison Sedlacek February 13, 2024

The South Dakota Art Museum will introduce two exhibits in the next month. The exhibits, "Moments of Is: Stuart Artist-in-Residence Alums," and "Termespheres," display a wide range of artistic skills...

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