The Collegian

Sen. Thune chats with students about challenges of the job

Sen. Thune chats with students about challenges of the job

Brianna Schreurs, Editor-in-Chief

February 21, 2019


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While the U.S. Senate is on recess for the week, Majority Whip Sen. John Thune, R-S.D., stopped by campus on Feb. 21. for a casual conversation with the College Republicans. Around 15 people came to hear Sen. Thune discuss his duties as majority whip and issues facing the current session. Right now,...

Quarter scale tractor team: learning through competition

Quarter scale tractor team: learning through competition

Taylor Moline

November 26, 2018


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Student organizations are an important offering that South Dakota State University provides to all students. They can serve all sorts of different purposes and provide plenty of opportunities. One student organization that’s unique from others on campus involves students building a tractor, at ...

SA swears in new senator, approves two new student clubs

SA swears in new senator, approves two new student clubs

Trenton Abrego

October 2, 2018


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A heavy docket during the Monday, Oct. 1 Students’ Association meeting lasted almost two hours. Ty Dunse, a sophomore human biology major from Webster, South Dakota, was selected to fill the vacancy left by Ryan Sailors. Also, two club constitutions were approved and a regent on the South Dakota Board o...

Student-run Hobo Day T-shirt fundraiser gets disapproval from Hobo Day Committee

Student-run Hobo Day T-shirt fundraiser gets disapproval from Hobo Day Committee

Brianna Schreurs

September 19, 2018


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If you go to South Dakota State, you know homecoming is called Hobo Day—not Hobo Days. There has been a push by the Hobo Day Committee to do consistent branding of the one-day celebration, which is why the committee is “disappointed” by the SDSU American Institute for Graphic Arts student design group w...

More than 50 show for first-ever conspiracy theory club meeting

More than 50 show for first-ever conspiracy theory club meeting

Landon Dierks

September 17, 2018


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Did an American astronaut ever actually set foot on the moon? Down the Rabbit Hole: Conspiracy Theory Club discussed this burning question during its inaugural meeting on Sunday night, Sept. 16. More than 50 students gathered in Rotunda D to watch short video clips from the documentary “Conspira...

Jacks find their place in clubs, organizations

Jacks find their place in clubs, organizations

Haley Halvorson

August 29, 2018


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Sitting in the Lewis and Clark Room in the Student Union, the Paintball Club discusses their recent trip to a nearby paintball field, the adrenaline they felt and when their next trip will be.  According to Devin Cressy, the president of the club, not a lot of students know SDSU has a paintball ...

Students’ Association approves conspiracy theory club

Students’ Association approves conspiracy theory club

Landon Dierks

August 29, 2018


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It’s time to take an adventure down the rabbit hole.  Last week, South Dakota State University Students’ Association approved the constitution for Down the Rabbit Hole: Conspiracy Theory Club.  Amanda Husted, a sophomore human development and family studies major and president of the club, fir...

Opportunity for students to learn about rugby

Opportunity for students to learn about rugby

Brianna Schreurs

August 24, 2018


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Want to see what rugby is all about? There will be a free try rugby camp sponsored by SDSU Women’s Rugby Club 9 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 25 at Sexauer Field, by the Dairy Bar. The Women's Rugby Club will teach basic rules and discuss skills for rugby. "I’ve definitely made some of my best friend...

Dairy products judging team and intercollegiate dairy challenge team place in top at national contests

Brianna Schreurs

May 9, 2018


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SDSU COLLEGE OF AG AND BIO MEDIA The South Dakota State University Dairy Products Judging Team and Intercollegiate Dairy Challenge Team had noteworthy finishes at their respective competitions this spring. The Dairy Products Judging Team won the national championship at the 2018 Collegiate Dairy Products E...

Tunnel of Oppression demonstrates minority discrimination

Tunnel of Oppression demonstrates minority discrimination

Haley Halvorson

April 25, 2018


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Last Wednesday the Multicultural Center hosted the annual Tunnel of Oppression exhibit with help from five student organizations at South Dakota State University. The five organizations involved were: Feminist Equality Movement, Latin American Student Association, Black Student Alliance, Residential ...

Undisputed national champs: SDSU bike builders race to another victory

Undisputed national champs:  SDSU bike builders race to another victory

April 19, 2018


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UNIVERSITY MARKETING AND COMMUNICATIONS BROOKINGS, S.D. — April 18, 2018 — Competing in the shadow of Penn State’s Beaver Stadium, a group of SDSU mechanical engineering students won top honors among 44 entries April 15. South Dakota State University’s Human Powered Vehicle team edged the...

Sustainability Council advocates for future

Sustainability Council advocates for future

Spencer Thompson

April 18, 2018


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For members of the Student Sustainability Council, sustainability isn’t just a trend or buzzword. The SSC, as it says in its constitution, “...envisions and supports a prosperous, equitable, sustainable, and ecologically healthy campus at South Dakota State University.” The club achieves it through educating...