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Movie review: Will “Disenchanted” live up to its prequel?

Movie review: Will “Disenchanted” live up to its prequel?

Andrea Huete, Copy Editor November 15, 2022

Disney has come up with another fairy tale. Disney+ will exclusively be releasing and streaming “Disenchanted” Nov. 18. The film is a sequel to “Enchanted,” released on Thanksgiving weekend...

Where did all this stuff come from?

Where did all this stuff come from?

Lorna Saboe-Wounded Head and Allison Duerre November 15, 2022

College can be a fun and important milestone in your life. You become independent and learn to become a productive citizen. Through all the fun, there are areas in college life we need to be aware of....

Issue: Twitter verification: it wasn’t broken, why “fix” it?

Issue: Twitter verification: it wasn’t broken, why “fix” it?

Collegian Editorial Board November 8, 2022

This past weekend has been quite the ride for Twitter users after Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, Inc., bought the social media platform. Musk has already made several changes after taking ownership, like firing...

Issue: Hobo Day is better than D-Days

Issue: Hobo Day is better than D-Days

Editorial Board November 1, 2022

In the Oct. 19 issue of The Volante, the University of South Dakota’s newspaper, they wrote an editorial titled “D-Days is Better than Hobo Days.” We’d like to respond and explain why they are...

Managing your financial aid documents

Managing your financial aid documents

Lorna Saboe-Wounded Head and Allison Duerre October 25, 2022

College can be a stressful place and to make it more complicated, there are areas of the college experience that are hard to find and understand, especially financial aid.  Understanding and navigating...

Plan for a sober ride this Hobo Week and Halloween

Wade Oorlog, University Law Enforcement Supervisor October 25, 2022

This Hobo Week and Halloween, the SDSU Police Department, the South Dakota Department of Public Safety-Office of Highway Safety and the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety...

Issue: Voter registration ends Oct. 24

Issue: Voter registration ends Oct. 24

Editorial Board October 18, 2022

The 2022 general election is just around the corner, so the voter registration deadline is even sooner. South Dakota residents still have until Oct. 24 to register for the Nov. 8 election. Regardless...

NEW: New scams targeting college students

NEW: New scams targeting college students

Lorna Saboe-Wounded Head, Family Resource Management Field Specialist, SDSU Extension September 27, 2022

Just when one scam gets shut down a new one appears. College students can be vulnerable to scams because of their new financial experiences and decisions. Here is a list of scams that specially target...

Movie review: ‘Father Stu;’ A story of suffering and faith based on a true story

Movie review: ‘Father Stu;’ A story of suffering and faith based on a true story

Andrea Huete, Reporter (She/Her) September 20, 2022

What’s new to watch on Netflix these days? On my recommendation list, I discovered “Father Stu,” which is a two-hour movie directed by Rosalind Ross that came out in 2022. Because Mark Wahlberg was...

The Little Mermaid can be Black

The Little Mermaid can be Black

Editorial Board September 20, 2022

Disney released the new trailer for the upcoming live-action remake of “The Little Mermaid” Sept. 9, and in the 12 short days it’s been on the internet, people are already complaining. Most of...

Financial tips: Avoid identity theft

Financial tips: Avoid identity theft

Lorna Saboe-Wounded Head, Family Resource Management Field Specialist September 20, 2022

You may not think you have much information to form your financial identity, but identity thieves can take one piece of your personal information and cause financial problems for the rest of your life.  Your...

Lorna Wounded Head is the Family Resource Management Field Specialist at SDSU.

Navigating financial aid and protecting your investment

Lorna Saboe-Wounded Head, Family Resource Management Field Specialist September 13, 2022

Financial aid is available from the government (Department of Education) in the form of grants, loans, work-study funds and private sources such as loans, scholarships or personal savings. These funds...

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