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COVID-19 test kits available on and off campus

COVID-19 test kits available on and off campus

Mara Wheaton, Assistant News Editor February 15, 2022

Beginning October 29, 2021, South Dakota State University has been supplying the on-campus pharmacy, Wellness Center and residence halls with COVID-19 rapid tests. These tests are free for both on and...

SDSU COVID-19 update: business as usual

SDSU COVID-19 update: business as usual

Gracie Terrall, Managine Editor (She/Her) January 11, 2022

As COVID-19 cases surge across the country, South Dakota State University students return to campus. With a rise in the omicron variant, students may be wondering how this semester will look.  According...

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“The safest route”- how SDSU students feel about the vaccine

Andrea Huete, Copy Editor (She/her) September 21, 2021

South Dakota State University hosted a Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccine clinic Sept. 9, which was held in the Volstorff Ballroom from 1-6 p.m.  They will also be hosting a clinic Thursday,...

Issue: Flu season plus COVID-19 is nothing to sneeze at

Issue: Flu season plus COVID-19 is nothing to sneeze at

Editorial Board September 21, 2021

The mornings are crisp and cool, the leaves are starting to change, pumpkin spice is back, and we all know what that means — it’s flu season! But ... it’s still the season of COVID-19. The pandemic...

SA in Brief

SA in Brief

Jacob Boyko, News Editor (He/Him) September 21, 2021

During the South Dakota State University Student Association’s meeting Sept. 20, senators were addressed by President Barry Dunn, ratified the constitution of a new club, were given updates on the COVID-19...

Students receive up to $1,100 through new federal grant

Students receive up to $1,100 through new federal grant

Brina Sturm, Assistant Lifestyles Editor September 14, 2021

Signed into law March 11, 2021, the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund III (HEERF III) is providing $39.6 billion to institutions and students in order to ensure higher education continues during the...

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Issue: It’s okay to be cautious, but please still get vaccinated

Editorial Board April 13, 2021

It was announced Tuesday by the CDC and FDA that the Johnson & Johnson vaccine distribution has been put on pause because of reports of blood clots within certain individuals. Because of this, South...

Man on the street: Students’ thoughts on “more normal” fall 2021 semester

Man on the street: Students’ thoughts on “more normal” fall 2021 semester

Griffin Tonsager, Copy Editor March 31, 2021

The South Dakota Board of Regents announced March 15 that South Dakota universities are planning to return to a more normal semester for Fall 2021. South Dakota State University students gave their opinions...

Issue: When given the chance, get the vaccine

Issue: When given the chance, get the vaccine

Editorial Board March 19, 2021

The South Dakota Department of Health announced March 10 that vaccine distribution would include everyone in “priority group 1D,” which includes university staff and students living in congregate settings.  In...

University offers incentivized testing after spring break

University offers incentivized testing after spring break

Gracie Terrall, News Editor (She/Her) March 2, 2021

With spring break approaching and COVID-19 just as prominent this March as it was last, South Dakota State University hosts another mass testing event, but this time with a reward. Students who test at...

SDSU to give $3 million in COVID-19 relief to students

SDSU to give $3 million in COVID-19 relief to students

J. Michael Bertsch, Managing Editor (He/Him) March 2, 2021

Three million dollars in federal funding will be distributed to students with “high financial need” over the next week. South Dakota State University received federal money from the Coronavirus Aid,...

Issue: Spring break is a great time to relax, but do it safely.

Issue: Spring break is a great time to relax, but do it safely.

Editorial Board March 2, 2021

Spring break is a time we all look forward to. A break from classes, a chance to relax and hit up the coolest spring break vacation destinations. This year though, students should maybe skip their trips...

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