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

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SA in Brief

SA in Brief

Jacob Boyko, News Editor October 19, 2021

During the South Dakota State University Students’ Association meeting Oct. 18, Senators were addressed by Provost Dennis Hedge about campus updates, ratified the SDSU Men’s Club Volleyball Constitution...

SDSU full steam ahead despite variant spread

SDSU full steam ahead despite variant spread

Jacob Boyko, News Editor (He/Him) August 24, 2021

An uptick in new cases of a highly contagious COVID-19 Delta variant has left many students and faculty wondering what to expect as they return to campus. The answer is this: South Dakota State University...

SDSU changes to COVID-19 safety level Yellow

SDSU changes to COVID-19 safety level Yellow

Gracie Terrall, News Editor (She/Her) March 3, 2021

In an email from the South Dakota State University COVID-19 Response team early today, it was announced that SDSU just entered the campus safety level Yellow, which will lift various COVID-19 restrictions.   “A...

Behind the closed doors of Quarantine and Isolation Housing

Behind the closed doors of Quarantine and Isolation Housing

J. Michael Bertsch, Managing Editor September 9, 2020

  EDITOR’S NOTE: Since this story was published, the university has released a statement beginning with “The SDSU Collegian posted a story today without providing the University an...

Brookings City Council

Proposed COVID-19 restrictions face backlash at city council meeting

Andrew Rasmussen, Reporter September 2, 2020

Brookings City Council voted to continue COVID-19 related restrictions during a nearly 3.5-hour special meeting on Wednesday. The council will continue the discussion on possible additional restrictions. Items...

Brookings City Council to vote on new COVID-19 restrictions

Brookings City Council to vote on new COVID-19 restrictions

Andrew Rasmussen, Reporter September 2, 2020

The Brookings City Council will meet at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 2 in a special session to discuss and vote on a variety of new COVID-19 related restrictions.  Possible restrictions include:  ...

Department of Health announces four-week mass testing plans

Department of Health announces four-week mass testing plans

Jordan Rusche, Copy Editor May 15, 2020

Kim Malsam-Rysdon, South Dakota’s secretary of health, announced in Gov. Kristi Noem’s press briefing on May 14 that mass testing throughout the state will begin next week. The testing will begin...

SDSU clarifies temporary grading policy in response to student confusion

SDSU clarifies temporary grading policy in response to student confusion

Jordan Rusche, Copy Editor April 30, 2020

The COVID-19 Response team for South Dakota State University clarified details regarding the satisfactory/unsatisfactory grading system implemented during the Spring 2020 semester in an email April 20. According...

Gov. Noem addresses building emergency hospital, economic development

Gov. Noem addresses building emergency hospital, economic development

Gracie Terrall, Copy Editor April 2, 2020

A new individual joined Gov. Kristi Noem for her press briefing Thursday, April 2. South Dakota Secretary of the Department of Labor Marcia Hultman walked people through the steps needed to file for reemployment.  Hultman...

Virtual town hall scheduled for Friday, March 20

Virtual town hall scheduled for Friday, March 20

Trenton Abrego, Editor-in-Chief March 19, 2020

In an effort to answer community questions about South Dakota State University’s response time COVID-19, President Barry Dunn will be holding a virtual town hall, Friday March 20.  The town hall...

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