South Dakota State University's Independent Student-Run Newspaper Since 1885

The Collegian

South Dakota State University's Independent Student-Run Newspaper Since 1885

The Collegian

South Dakota State University's Independent Student-Run Newspaper Since 1885

The Collegian

Reciprocity canceled: Minnesota students will be affected

Reciprocity canceled: Minnesota students will be affected

Ben Anderson, Reporter April 16, 2024

The South Dakota Board of Regents has canceled the Minnesota reciprocity tuition rate, and will replace it with the South Dakota Advantage tuition plan. Beginning this summer semester, new and transfer...

SDSU’s Paige Meyer, Summit League Championships MVP, charges past North Dakota State’s Abby Schulte during the Summit League title game Tuesday, March 12, 2024 at the Denny Sanford PREMIER Center.


Jordan Raddatz, Sports Reporter March 19, 2024

South Dakota State women’s basketball is heading to the NCAA Tournament for the second straight year. Here’s what you need to know heading into this weekend’s game with the fifth-seed Utah Utes. South...

Toronto and his band perform his new EP and screen his pilot episode for his sitcom titled  “Pizza Dude.” Both projects included various SDSU alumni, students and faculty.

Alum hosts unique event

Jordan Roemeling, Assistant Entertainment Editor March 19, 2024

Aaron Toronto, a SDSU alum, hosted a release party in Downtown Brookings for his new EP “Illumination,” and a screening for the first episode of his sitcom, titled “Pizza Dude” on March 7.  People...

Brookings Mayor Opeke ‘Ope’ Niemeyer and Brookings city council members address the senate regarding their focus on encouraging community engagement on Monday at the Lewis and Clark room located at the University Student Union.

Potential university policy targets personal motor vehicles with lithium-ion batteries

Jack McCarty, Entertainment Editor March 5, 2024

Editor's note: The headline of this story has been changed to clarify the fact that a potential policy could ban electric scooters, and other motor vehicles, from being brought into buildings. Electric...

New clubs approved, two new resolutions passed

New clubs approved, two new resolutions passed

Kenneth Rebello, News Editor January 30, 2024

South Dakota State University Students’ Association approved the constitution of three new clubs and voted on two resolutions at the weekly Monday night meeting in the Lewis and Clark room. Open Forum Senators...

VERMILLION, SD: OCTOBER 28: The South Dakota State Jackrabbits defense celebrates an interception against the South Dakota Coyotes during their game at the DakotaDome in Vermilion, SD.

Jacks pulverize Penguins 34-0 to clinch MVFC title

Jon Akre, Sports Reporter November 11, 2023

The Jackrabbits waddled into Stambaugh Stadium on Saturday and recorded their first shutout victory since 2021, taking down Youngstown State 34-0. The Jackrabbits improved to 10-0 on the season and 7-0...

‘Killers of the Flower Moon’ is one of the most powerful films I have ever seen

Jack McCarty, Entertainment Editor November 7, 2023

I have a complicated relationship with Martin Scorsese.  He’s a film maker who has been hailed as one of the greatest of all time, making generation defining movies like “Taxi Driver” and “Casino”...

BROOKINGS, SD - OCTOBER 6: Augustana at South Dakota State swimming and diving in Brookings, SD.

Sports Brief: Equestrian, swimming and diving

Marshall Minihan, Sports Editor November 7, 2023

Equestrian The South Dakota State equestrian team jumped to 2-3 overall (1-2 ECAC) after Saturday’s competition against the University of Minnesota Crookston at the DeHaan Equestrian Center.  The...

South Dakota State Jackrabbit volleyball against the Oral Roberts Golden Eagles on November 4 at Frost Arena in Brookings, South Dakota.

Jacks send Oral Roberts home in four; prepare for UND Thursday

Marshall Minihan, Sports Editor November 7, 2023

he South Dakota State women’s volleyball team took a 3-1 victory against Oral Roberts just hours after the SDSU football team beat NDSU. This Frost Arena matchup took just four sets to round out with...

Carson Noecker competes in the Summit Leauge Cross Country Championships on Saturday, Oct. 28 in Brookings at the Edgebrook Golf Course.  Noecker, a freshman from Hartington, Nebraska, will lead the Jackrabbits into the NCAA Midwest Regional this Friday in Stillwater, Oklahoma.

Star freshman track and cross country athlete Noecker attributes success to ‘little things’

Thomas Nieman, Reporter November 7, 2023

For Carson Noecker, it’s the little things that the freshman track and cross country athlete attributes to his early success in his career at South Dakota State University. The four-time Nebraska...

Dalys Beanum lifts the Dakota Marker trophy after the Jackrabbits beat the Bison  33-16.

Bison beat down in Brookings

Jon Akre, Sports Reporter November 4, 2023

For the fourth year in a row, the Dakota Marker will stay in Brookings, after the top-ranked Jackrabbits roll past No. 10 North Dakota State 33-16. The Yellow and Blue extended their winning streak...

Raegen Reilly (1) sets the ball to teammate Sydni Schetnan (11) during a volleyball match against Kansas City Saturday, Oct. 21, 2023 at Frost Arena in Brookings. Raegen, a Sioux Falls native, transfered from North Dakota State after her freshman year. “I just felt like I fit in right away and gelled with the team.”

In the right place

Madeline Remund, Sports Reporter October 31, 2023

As a competitor, Raegen Reilly assists the Jackrabbits volleyball team on campus and off the court. Reilly, a junior setter on the South Dakota State volleyball team, has been a key player for the Jacks...

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