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SA debates about debating

Makenzie Huber, News Editor March 4, 2016

Students and senators pushed for the Students’ Association to set aside its bylaws to vote on a timely resolution regarding House Bill 1008, or more commonly known as the “transgender bathroom bill.”...

Firefighters respond to a fire call at Guadalajara Mexican Restaurant at 12:55 a.m. Saturday morning. The fire started from the kitchen area of the restaurant.

Fire engulfs Guadalajara Restaurant, manager remains optimistic

Phu Nguyen, Photo Chief & Sara Bertsch, Editor-in-Chief December 5, 2015

Little damage was caused in a fire at the Guadalajara Mexican Restaurant early Saturday morning.The Brookings Fire Department responded to the call at 12:55 a.m. about smoke coming from the restaurant,...

Wacipi Celebration

Wacipi Celebration

By Makenzie Huber Reporter September 17, 2014

The jingle of bells ring throughout the Swiftel Center as dancers dressed in vibrant Native American dancing outfits prepare for this year’s 24th Annual Wacipi on Saturday, Sept. 13 before the Grand...

Eating healthy no longer a challenge

Kelsey Megard Columnist August 27, 2014

You now have the power and money to buy unlimited amounts of foods; freedom to choose what you want and not having to eat whatever your parents are cooking that night. You have the food world at your fingertips....

Kickoff Extravaganza proves successful

By Sara Bertsch Lifestyles Editor August 27, 2014

The words “kick-off” and “extravaganza” separately promise fun but put them together they promise something even better.The Wellness Center Kick-off Extravaganza was this and much more. The event...

Juice kicked to the curb

Sara Bersch - Lifestyle Editor August 27, 2014

It is time to say goodbye to the Juice section of The Collegian and say hello to the new and improved Lifestyles section.This brand new section will cover and feature the same types of things as before,...

Unique art blows its way to SDSU

Unique art blows its way to SDSU

Emily Bouta Juice Editor May 6, 2014

Blowing glass has many different meanings. For John Offutt, it is art. Offutt has been blowing glass ever since his first summer after high school.“I went to Trollwood Park in Fargo, an arts park, and...

IMPACT makes a statement

By SARA BERTSCH News Editor April 23, 2014

  With an audience of 265 people, the annual IMPACT dance showcase had another successful year with 18 different dance styles and 38 dancers who showed off their moves on April 10th.This year was the...

Talking about robot movies

Staff Reports April 23, 2014

  Transcendence director Wally Pfister sat down with editors of college newspapers around the country, including The Collegian in a conference call to talk about his directorial debut. Question: So,...

Moms came for a weekend of fun with fellow SDSU students

By EMILY BOUTA Juice Editor April 23, 2014

  Not just moms came out for the weekend of fun. Family members came to provide support for their Jackrabbits. Mom’s Weekend was a hit, and plans for next year are already under way, according to Heather...

Here Comes the Boom: A movie for everyone’s taste

By SARA BERTSCH News Editor April 23, 2014

  Looking for a funny and charming movie with just a little bit of everything including action, romance and comedy all packed into one hour and 45 minutes? Look no further, because that is what you’ll...

Will you marry me? A Campanile proposal

By EMILY BOUTA Juice Editor April 23, 2014

  Love is in the air at SDSU. On March 15, groom-to-be Josh Robertson proposed to his fiancé Amy Colehour in front of the Campanile.About a year and a half ago, the loving couple met each other on eHarmony,...

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