The Collegian

Centennial Concert

Heather Hall

January 28, 2002


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Heather Hall On Feb. 8, the historic Christy Ballroom in Pugsley Center at SDSU will host a centennial concert. The 25-member band preformed its first concert under the direction of John Parmalee Mann on Feb. 8, 1902. In recognition of this first initial concert, the 60-member SDSU symphonic band will p...

Lady Jacks dominate the court over weekend

Lynn Stoneburner

January 28, 2002


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Lynn Stoneburner The Jackrabbits came back from a 14-point deficit against the University of South Dakota to win 80-71 before a packed Frost Arena on Friday night. While tensions ran high in the crowd, the Jacks managed to keep focused on the game until the final buzzer sounded. ...

Black History Month

John Hult

January 28, 2002


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John Hult With Black History Month beginning this Friday, SDSU students will have several chances to broaden their horizons. The Office of Multi-Cultural Affairs and the Program Council have organized seven programs over the course of February to commemorate the event. The first installment in the month...

Superbowl Sunday

Tanya Marsh

January 28, 2002


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Tanya Marsh If football were the best part of the Superbowl, then every football game would be as special as the season-ender. No, surely it's the pregame or the extravagant halftime show or perhaps the commercials that make the Superbowl so special. Or maybe it's a little bit deeper than that?maybe...

Healthy eating tips for school and ’02

staff

January 28, 2002


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Angelique Alm, Dietetics Student Everyone's eating habits change once they come to college. You do not have mom or dad telling you what to eat and making your meals for you. Hopefully by now you are all informed about nutrition and what you should eat in a day. Many of you have seen the food guide pyr...

Foreign travel places students face to face with other cultures

Darcie Walkes

January 28, 2002


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Darcie Walkes "Foreign travel helps people grow in many ways?it's a personally developing experience," said Richard Tooke, Spanish professor and coordinator of the Ecuador summer exchange trip. The Spanish Department's trip to Ecuador and the French Department's trip to France are two travel abroad oppo...

Cyclones twirl past the Jacks Friday; Jacks win on Saturday

Sarah Passick

January 28, 2002


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Sarah Passick It was a close call for the South Dakota State hockey club over the weekend. The Jacks were defeated Friday 5-6, but came on strong Saturday winning 4-3. Head Coach Marty Schipull said the Jacks had a tough start at the beginning of the weekend. In the first period alone, ISU outshot SDS...

Writer’s block strikes the best

Brian Lecuyer

January 28, 2002


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Brian Lecuyer I am standing atop a high platform. Beneath me, throngs and throngs of people (including many beautiful maidens) are looking up at me in reverence. To them, I am more god than human. It's clear they want me to speak. And for some reason, I feel an urgent necessity to reflect upon the j...

Capers gets mixed reviews

staff

January 28, 2002


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Jennifer L. Nielson "One Wild Night" was the theme of SDSU's only student-written, produced and directed theater production this year. The variety show put together by the Alpha Psi Omega Theater Fraternity featured nearly 140 students from nearly every major. This year's show got mixed reviews. "Some of the ...

Six Credit Biostress Center of Excellence Class looks at Production Agriculture

Brian Borden

January 28, 2002


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Brian Borden Does the thought of a four credit course overwhelm you? What about a six credit course? SDSU has just such a course and it has good potential for the students involved. Integrated Management of Agricultural Resources is a six credit course being offered this spring. The class was first taught in ...

How to win friends, influence people and sucker students into voting for you

Nathan Hopper

January 28, 2002


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Nathan Hopper In a few short weeks, we will endure a gay spectacle of the most savage proportions - the Students' Association elections. It's a bit early, but the English Major does not dabble in the black art of procrastination and neither should you. To all the SA President and Vice President hopeful...

Three pointers plagued USD

Toby Uecker

January 28, 2002


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Toby Uecker Coming off a pair of victories this weekend at Frost Arena, the SDSU men's basketball team sits atop the standings in the North Central Conference with a two-game lead over second-place University of Nebraska-Omaha. The Jacks, now 16-3 on the season and 10-1 in conference play, began thei...