The Collegian

The price of convenience

Tanya Marsh

February 4, 2002


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Tanya Marsh Aramark, the provider of SDSU's dining services, is the butt of many student jokes. As in the Capers skit, some students believe Aramark charges outrageously high prices for even a single French fry. Sophomore Carlos Flores lives in the student apartment Berg and opted not to purchase a mea...

Native American Spirituality: “simply another form of spiritual expression”

Valerian Three Irons

February 4, 2002


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Valerian Three Irons This is perhaps the first time that someone who lives Native American spirituality has sat on the Campus Interfaith Council (and has been asked to write a column for the Collegian, no less). First, understand that I am speaking for myself and not for all Native Americans. Mainstream ...

KSDJ rocks at SDSU

Tanya Marsh

February 4, 2002


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Tanya Marsh KSDJ is yet another source of unique entertainment that students can find at SDSU. Jerry Jorgensen, the Dean of the College of Arts and Science, has been around since the station's beginnings about a decade ago. "I taught radio and TV courses here, so I worked with the students in the ea...

Fund helps bring speakers to campus

Brian Borden

February 4, 2002


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Brian Borden Many students wonder where their student fees are going when they pay their tuition each fall and spring.Part of that money goes into a $15,000 fund for guest speakers. The fund is part of the budget of the Student Association(SA), which distributes the student fees to various clubs and o...

Chocolate anyone…

Heather Hall

February 4, 2002


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Heather Hall The SDSU Visual Arts Department will mix chocolate with love to create a unique event that will take place on none other than Valentine's Day. Feb. 14 is the evening when "A Valentine's Affair," The Art of Chocolate Auction will premiere at the Elks Club, 516 4th St in Downtown Brookings...

Got Caffeine? New coffee shop offers selection of drinks, food

staff

February 4, 2002


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There is a new business in town sure to warm you up. The Lodge Espresso and Coffee Shop, located at 408 5th Street opened for business Feb. 4. A second location will open in the future with a drive up location. The business is owned by long-time Brookings resident Jeanne Stuefen. "I've wanted to do this fo...

What do you want others to say at your funeral?

Zach Conrad

February 4, 2002


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Zach Conrad Within the last few months, my wife and I have had five friends die. We have gone to one wedding. We have seen newborns grow. We have been through an emotional time of my mother-in-law's brain surgery. I have been incredibly busy. So has my wife. It seems like life will never slow down. Bu...

Track team completes in Lincoln, St. Cloud

Michael Pecha

February 4, 2002


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Michael Pecha Some people believe that track and field is an individual sport. Those people are right and wrong. Each athlete works hard in order to set a personal best mark. Track and field becomes a team sport though when all these individuals perform well enough to get the team recognition, whether...

Swim team split meets

Michelle Pollard

February 4, 2002


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Michelle Pollard The South Dakota State University men's and women's swimming and diving team split weekend duals versus Minnesota State, Mankato. The Jackrabbit men defeated the Mavericks while the women were defeated. The final score in the men's competition was 131-99 and the women fell in a 105-76 dec...

John Hittle addresses 20-years of sports excitement in the Rabbit Den

John Andrews

January 28, 2002


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John Andrews "Ladies and gentleman, heeeeere's your Jackrabbits!" Every time you go to a home Jackrabbits basketball game, you hear public address announcer John Hittle emphatically say these words. His excitement is the result of nearly 20 years of sports announcing. A native of Huron, S.D., Hittle go...

Huskies, Mavericks defeat Jacks in dual action over the weekend

Sarah Passick

January 28, 2002


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Sarah Passick South Dakota State wrestlers went head to head this weekend, competing in two duel meets. Friday, the Jacks fell to St. Cloud State 30-18 in North Central Conference dual action. The Jacks forfeited two matches in the 149 and 165 weight classes, and lost the 125 match by an injury defaul...

Former SDSU student sues because of black mold

staff

January 28, 2002


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A former student is suing SDSU and the Board of Regents, saying exposure to black mold in the Berg and Bailey apartment complexes caused severe bleeding in his lungs. Troy Christensen, a student at SDSU during the 2000 school year, said his lawyer, Gregory Eiesland of Rapid City, has notified SDSU an...