The Collegian

Speech, debate forensics provides valuable experience

Nicole Frutiger

December 3, 2001


Filed under archives

Nicole Frutiger "Respect all, fear none" is the motto for the SDSU Forensics Team, better known as SDSU Speech and Debate. Forensics offers great opportunities for students from any major, said Kris Kracht, assistant director and coach. "Forensics gives students the chance to improve everyday communic...

Power outage leaves campus in the dark

Tanya Marsh

December 3, 2001


Filed under archives

Tanya Marsh When last week's blizzard dumped 10 to 16 inches of snow on the Brookings area, more havoc was created than just a day and a half of classes cancelled. Snow packing into sophisticated electrical equipment shut down power to most of the university Wednesday night, causing more missed classes, not to m...

Religious variety graces campus

Tanya Marsh

December 3, 2001


Filed under archives

Tanya Marsh SDSU is a religiously diverse campus. Exactly how diverse, however, is anyone's guess. Ann Marie Bahr, professor of religion and philosophy, said many faiths don't have their own campus organization. "There are a whole set of faiths represented that are not big enough [for an organization on...

American Outlaws’ tells of Jesse James, ‘A Christmas Story’ teaches important lessons

Rebecca Opstedahl

December 3, 2001


Filed under archives

Rebecca Opstedahl "American Outlaws" The West has never looked so good. Les Mayfield directs a seductive tale of heroism and vengeance in "American Outlaws." The war has ended and the young cowboy heroes return home to start living their lives again. Things barely have a chance to get back to normal when the ...

Tis the season for bad decorations

Brian Lecuyer

December 3, 2001


Filed under archives

Brian Lecuyer I get along quite well with my roommates. They put up with all my faults, shortcomings, and flaws; in short, they are swell people. They are even so swell they do not make fun of me for my hideous music (can you say Andy Williams?). I write this not because you need all of this informatio...

Livestock, Dairy teams bring home trophies

Nichole Griffith

December 3, 2001


Filed under archives

Nichole Griffith Livestock Judging Team The SDSU Livestock Judging Team recently took sixth place out of 33 teams overall in the national contest at the North American International Livestock Exposition in Louisville, KY. Kelly Bruns, Animal Science Professor, coaches the 23-member team comprised of j...

Columnist apologizes for errors

Zach Conrad

December 3, 2001


Filed under archives

Zach Conrad Editor's Note: This is in response to Zach Conrad's column on Nov. 6, 2001 titled, "Christianity and Islam: can both religions be right?" "He is on the path of life who heeds instruction, But he who ignores reproof goes astray."-Proverbs 10:17 After further research, I found I had misquote...

Women off to a magical start

Lynn Stoneburner

December 3, 2001


Filed under archives

Lynn Stoneburner The South Dakota State University women's basketball team started their season where magic lives, Disney World. However, they have taken that magic and turned it into skill, determination and eight Jackrabbit victories. SDSU is currently ranked 13th in the nation and holds an 8-1 record aft...

Men look to improve in NCC

Toby Uecker

December 3, 2001


Filed under archives

Toby Uecker With games against the University of North Dakota and North Dakota State University this Friday and Saturday, the SDSU men's basketball team begins its play in the historically tough North Central Conference. Finishing tied for second in the conference last year, the Jacks look to maintain t...

Devotion to SDSU’s volleyball women leads to exciting road trip

Seth Tupper

December 3, 2001


Filed under archives

Seth Tupper Myself and three other men, spurred to action by a misguided sense of adventure and school spirit, hopped in a car at 12:30 a.m. last Saturday morning. Our destination: an obscure little town, somewhere in Michigan where the SDSU volleyball team had advanced to the Division II national cha...

CCAMPIS grant to help students pay for child care

staff

December 3, 2001


Filed under archives

Cindy Rickeman, University Relations A newly-funded grant will help some South Dakota State University students with children pay their child care expenses while attending school. Funded by the U.S. Department of Education, the $164,000, four-year CCAMPIS grant (Child Care Access Means Parents In School...

Even today, do guys pay?

Krista Tschetter

December 3, 2001


Filed under archives

Krista Tschetter When it comes to dating, chivalry is not dead. At least not here in Middle America. Twenty-five randomly chosen SDSU dorm-dwellers (13 men and 12 women) were asked the question "Who should pay on a first date?" All but one either thought the man should pay or the check should be split...