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Reece Mahatoo, president of the eSports club, plays Super Smash Bros. on the Nintendo Switch in the new lounge.

eSports lounge opens for students

Jacob Boyko, News Editor January 31, 2023

South Dakota State University unveiled its new eSports lounge today, with the space offering students free access to cutting-edge PCs, game consoles and “finally” a home for eSports clubs.  “It’s...

Jacks remain unbeaten: Jackrabbits 9-0 halfway through Summit League slate

Jacks remain unbeaten: Jackrabbits 9-0 halfway through Summit League slate

Skyler Jackson, Co-Sports Editor January 24, 2023

After two more Summit League wins on the road, the South Dakota State women’s basketball team returns to Frost Arena this weekend for two more games against St. Thomas and Western Illinois. The Jackrabbits...

Members of the softball team, Chiara Bassi, Allison Yoder and Shannon Lacey recieved “South Doughkota” t-shirts at the Jan. 14 grand opening of Insomnia Cookies.

New cookie store open late

Gracie Terrall, Co-Editor-in-Chief January 24, 2023

Last Saturday, the new late-night cookie store, Insomnia Cookies, had its grand opening event where students and Brookings residents packed into the Village Square store in their pajamas to try the new...

The Pride of the Dakotas marches in Macys Thanksgiving Day Parade.

Pride’s trip comes to a close with successful Macy’s performance

Jordan Rusche and Gracie Terrall November 24, 2022

The Pride of the Dakotas can now officially say they marched in Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.  The band took to the streets of New York this morning to represent the university and state of South...

Roe v. Wade overturn impacts student groups, little change for health clinic

Roe v. Wade overturn impacts student groups, little change for health clinic

Jordan Rusche, Co-Editor-in-Chief November 16, 2022

The United States Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade has triggered shifts to the programming efforts of some SDSU student organizations. The court voted to leave abortion laws up to individual...

Program seeks mentors for local children

Program seeks mentors for local children

Aaron Wolfcale-Holsten, Reporter November 8, 2022

The Brookings County Youth Mentoring Program is looking for people who want to make a difference and impact lives.  The BCYMP is a program designed to help children build good relationships and social...

Deloris Jensen attends an event at the SDSU Foundation Friday of Hobo Day week.

“Icon” 1954 alum still active with university

Jacob Boyko, News Editor (He/Him) November 1, 2022

When it comes to love, no distance is too far and no time apart is too long for 90-year-old South Dakota State University alum Deloris Jensen. It’s a sentiment that holds true for Jensen as she travels...

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...

Emma Lusk and Logan Muller walk through downtown after picking flowers from Spring Creek Flowers and Eggs during the Fall Festival.

Brookings’ first Fall Festival brings farming to downtown

Serena Davis, Reporter (She/Her) September 27, 2022

The first-ever Brookings Fall Festival was met with success last Saturday, and officials hope to continue the event in the future. The festival included pumpkin painting, bouncy castles, vendors, food...

Senate unimpressed, calls out Sodexo for poor transition

Senate unimpressed, calls out Sodexo for poor transition

Mara Wheaton, Lifestyles Editor September 27, 2022

At the Sept. 26 Students’ Association meeting, senators were addressed by Cara Olson, Assistant Director of Student Activities. They received an update on Jack’s Cupboard and introduced three new resolutions.  Student...

EDITORIAL: Loan forgiveness: a benefit or a detriment to the country?

EDITORIAL: Loan forgiveness: a benefit or a detriment to the country?

Editorial Board August 30, 2022

Whether you are just starting your college experience or are in the home stretch of finishing it, most of us at South Dakota State have one thing in common- student loan debt. Student loans can be different...

Common Read encourages truth, empowerment, attitude, mentorship

Common Read encourages truth, empowerment, attitude, mentorship

ANDREA HUETE, Copy Editor (She/Her) August 23, 2022

  Each year, South Dakota State University selects a book called the Common Read that freshman students read in their seminar classes. This year, the book is “Crossing the Line” by Kareem Rosser. “Crossing...

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