The Collegian

College of Gen. Studies adjusts to new role

Charles Maricle

January 21, 2002


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Charles Maricle In October of 2001, the College of General Registration adopted its new name, the College of General Studies and Outreach Programs The change was brought about for several reasons. Gail Tidemann, Dean of the College of General Studies and Outreach Programs, said that the addition of the O...

Freshman scholarship to jack up enrollment

Tanya Marsh

January 21, 2002


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Tanya Marsh Most students applying for scholarships know the way it works. An impressive ACT score can carry an application to the front lines. But students with decent ACT scores fail to receive much financial assistance. In order to offer scholarships to the underserved population of the 24 to 26 poin...

Economics prof. retires

Nichole Griffith

January 21, 2002


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Nichole Griffith Nichole Grififth C&C EditorLong time SDSU Economics professor Howard "Rocky" Gilbert retired in December, after nearly 35 years of teaching. Gilbert said he went into teaching because he always enjoyed being a student and liked sharing his knowledge with others. While working on his m...

Mens’ basketball initiate team ownership

Toby Uecker

January 21, 2002


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Toby Uecker The SDSU men's basketball team may have started the season slowly, but thanks to a 13-game block of wins stopped only by this weekend's loss to the University of Northern Colorado, the Jacks find themselves atop the North Central Conference and in a winning mindset. Until this weekend, t...

Capers expected to be One Wild Night

John Hult

January 21, 2002


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John Hult Students attending Alpha Psi Omega's annual Capers variety show this week can certainly expect "One Wild Night." That's the theme of SDSU's only student written, produced and directed theater production this year. According to Barrett Evans, senior communication studies & theater major, co-d...

South Dakota Art Museum features Nigerian textiles exhibit through May 27

Tanya Marsh

January 21, 2002


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Tanya Marsh For art lovers or those interested in cloth and clothing, the "Cloth is the Center of the World: Nigerian Textiles, Global Perspectives" exhibition at the South Dakota Art Museum may be a must-see collection. The exhibit, which will on display until May 27, is a unique display. John Rycht...

Recruits ignite SDSU with new talent

John Andrews

January 21, 2002


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John Andrews The South Dakota State University athletic programs have been busy recruiting top high school talent to help carry on the Jackrabbits' winning traditions. Football The official signing date for football is Feb. 6, but head coach John Stiegelmeier has already gotten verbal commitments fro...

Humane Society organizes fundraiser to benefit halls

Nicole Frutiger

January 21, 2002


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Nicole Frutiger The Brookings Regional Humane Society organized a fundraiser for the SDSU Residence Halls to help build their new facility called "Heart Haven Facility." This special event, 'Penny Wars', awarded a DVD player for the hall raising the most pennies and a plaque to every hall raising ov...

Brown Bag Lectures feature local interests, talents

Brian Borden

January 21, 2002


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Brian Borden The 14th Annual Brown Bag Lectures will begin at 12:05 p.m. on Jan. 31 in Rotunda F. The first lecture in the series will be "Notes of a Traveler on Highway 14" presented by SDSU history professor John Miller. Miller's book, Looking for History on Highway 14, was first published in 1993....

A lifetime of dedication in education

Sarah Passick

December 10, 2001


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Sarah Passick For almost 25 years, Richard W. Lee, South Dakota State's journalism department head, has devoted his professional life to the success and accomplishments of so many. On Jan. 7 in London, Lee, known by many as Dick, will be awarded the Freedom Forum's Administrator of the Year award to ...

Break time for work, relaxation

Lynn Klavetter

December 10, 2001


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Lynn Klavetter As soon as finals are over, students will be faced with weeks of time off from classes. Although most will be spending the break trying to earn as much money as possible, some have other plans for the break. Junior Ted Enstad will be going to Lake Shetek, Minn., for a retreat with all of...

Indoor track team opens season at Dakota Dome

Michael Pecha

December 10, 2001


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Michael Pecha As Christmas break gets closer, most of us start to get lazy in preparation for the weeks ahead when we can be even more lazy. This is not the case for the South Dakota State track and field team. Having just completed their first indoor track meet of the season, the Jackrabbits now pr...