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Artist renderings of new Lincoln Hall courtesy of Koch Hazard Architects.

Project to preserve historic feel

Sam Schauer, Reporter February 8, 2022

South Dakota State University is making sure the historic look of Lincoln Hall is maintained in a renovation project aimed at modernizing the 95-year-old building. Jonathan Meendering, a design architect...

University landscaping creates ecosystem throughout campus

University landscaping creates ecosystem throughout campus

Jennifer McLaughlin, Sustainability Specialist (She/her) April 27, 2021

Roses are red, violets are blue, but did you know that campus landscaping is green, too? While April is host to Earth Day and National Garden Month, South Dakota State University’s Facilities and Services...

Tiles come loose in one of SDSUs oldest buildings

Tiles come loose in one of SDSU’s oldest buildings

Halen Groenke, Reporter March 2, 2021

A Grove Hall classroom filled with students and their professor was disrupted Feb. 18 when rows of tiles abruptly started to rise up from the floor.  The Letterpress studio class was meeting at 7 p.m....

Crime Log: August 23-29

Crime Log: August 23-29

August 31, 2020

August 23, 2020 12:02 a.m. Liquor/Alcohol/Consumption, Underage purchase or possession of alcoholic beverages, @ 700 Blk Medary Ave 12:59 a.m. Drug/Narc Violations, possession of marijuana two oz...

Collegian graphic by Hollie Leggett

How to: Fight against germs in residence halls

Jacob Boyko, Reporter February 26, 2020

As the colder months sweep over Brookings, students living in jam-packed residence halls have found themselves sniffling victims of seasonally prevalent winter illnesses. If there is one thing that everyone...

Black History Month celebrated on campus with BSA sponsored events

Black History Month celebrated on campus with BSA sponsored events

Gracie Terrall, Copy Editor February 11, 2020

The month of February brings culture, pride and education in the form of Black History Month. At South Dakota State University, organizations like the Black Student Alliance (BSA) arrange programs throughout...

Collegian photo by Frankie Herrera

As university expands, non-critical upgrades are being delayed

Jacob Boyko, Reporter February 11, 2020

The lack of noticeable repairs for the older buildings on campus has ignited questions from  students and faculty members about South Dakota State’s spending priorities as the university battles to...

Former SDSU employee charged in identity theft of co-worker

By Jordan Smith Managing Editor December 18, 2013

A former employee of the SDSU Chemistry department has been charged with five felony charges, after allegedly opening up credit cards under the name of a co-worker and using them to spend more than $35,000...

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