The Collegian

Impending blizzard closes campus Wednesday through Friday

Impending blizzard closes campus Wednesday through Friday

Brianna Schreurs, Editor-in-Chief

April 9, 2019


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Campus will be closed Wednesday from 5 p.m. through Friday at 10 a.m. due to the forecasted blizzard conditions, according to Michael Adelaine, vice president for Technology and Security. Classes are canceled after 5 p.m. Wednesday. Online classes will continue as scheduled. Students living on...

Roscoe receives Cooper Award

Roscoe receives Cooper Award

University Marketing and Communications

April 9, 2019


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South Dakota State University graduate teaching assistant Rikki Roscoe, who is pursuing a master’s degree in communication studies, received the Cooper Award at the Central States Communication Association annual conference April 3-7 in Omaha, Nebraska. Roscoe, a native of Big Stone City, is the...

Jackrabbits named Land O’Lakes Bot Shot champions

Jackrabbits named Land O’Lakes Bot Shot champions

University Marketing and Communications

April 7, 2019


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Students from the South Dakota State University and the University of Wisconsin-Madison earned the title of Land O’Lakes Bot Shot Champions Sunday, beating collegiate robotics teams from around the country in a game of H-O-R-S-E at DeLaSalle High School in Minneapolis. In addition to prevailing against...

Ness School of Management and Economics to open at SDSU

Ness School of Management and Economics to open at SDSU

University Marketing and Communications

April 3, 2019


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South Dakota State University’s proposal to create a school of management and economics was approved today by the South Dakota Board of Regents at its April meeting. The school will be known as the Ness School of Management and Economics and be located in historic Harding Hall. The school is named...

Brookings’ own Batman does research in Caribbean

J. Michael Bertsch, Research Reporter

April 3, 2019


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When Scott Pedersen finally leaves the lecture hall and cadaver lab behind each May, he does what we all wish we could do for our summer break: fly to the Caribbean. Though it may seem like an island getaway, this is no typical vacation. Pedersen is a professor for the Department of Biology an...

Faculty groups create “Moment of Brotherhood” for men of color

Faculty groups create “Moment of Brotherhood” for men of color

Wren Murphy, Diversity and Inclusion Reporter

March 29, 2019


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Los Hombres Latinos and the Brothers’ Circle hosted their first-ever “Moment of Brotherhood” meeting to connect young men of color to friends, allies and mentors in the Campanile Room Thursday. The event aimed to help men of color overcome incidents of discrimination through brotherhood and...

Jackrabbit Stampede Rodeo rides into Brookings April 5-6

Jackrabbit Stampede Rodeo rides into Brookings April 5-6

Swiftel Center

March 28, 2019


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The South Dakota State University rodeo team will kick up the dust at the 65th annual Jackrabbit Stampede Rodeo Friday, April 5 and Saturday, April 6, at the Swiftel Center in Brookings, SD. Sixteen colleges in the Great Plains Region will bring more than 300 contestants to Brookings for three action-packed...

Earth Hour lights out for environment

Earth Hour lights out for environment

Marissa Carff, Sponsored Content Manager

March 27, 2019


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This story was sponsored by SDSU Facilities & Services - Sustainability, SDSU Ecology Clubs & UPC. Join us 8-9 p.m. on March 30 in the Briggs Library basement to celebrate Earth Hour 2019. This event is open to both the SDSU Campus and Brookings Community. The symbolic event started in 2007 ...

Drama about recent immigrant farmers showing in PAC

Drama about recent immigrant farmers showing in PAC

Marissa Carff, Sponsored Content Manager

March 27, 2019


Filed under News, Sponsored

This story was sponsored by SDSU Facilities & Services - Sustainability and Multicultural Center. Follow the dramatic story that VANG has to offer the SDSU community this April. Based on the true story, VANG follows the journey of four recent immigrant couples as they make farming an essential...

SA president, vice president-elects ready to hit ground running April 8

SA president, vice president-elects ready to hit ground running April 8

Andrew Rasmussen, Reporter

March 26, 2019


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Allyson Monson made history last week when she became the first female twice elected as Students’ Association President.  But this isn’t the only record she’s broken. Last year, Monsonwas the youngest SA president ever elected. Now, with her Vice President, Corey Berscheit, she’s looking to implem...

SDSU celebrates 28th annual Wacipi event

SDSU celebrates 28th annual Wacipi event

Elizabeth Stromquist, Reporter

March 26, 2019


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American Indians across the state gather in the Volstroff Ballroom once a year to celebrate culture and religion with the tribal communities.  The 28th annual Wacipi, or pow wow, is an event that is a time of celebration for the American Indian population.  The American Indian Center and American In...

Gas leak near Animal Science Complex

Gas leak near Animal Science Complex

ADMIN

March 26, 2019


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According to an email by Michael Adelaine, there is a gas leak near the Animal Science Complex. Officials have shut down Medary Avenue and North Campus until further notice. The email also informed that people should avoid the area.