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Issue: Twitter verification: it wasn’t broken, why “fix” it?

Issue: Twitter verification: it wasn’t broken, why “fix” it?

Collegian Editorial Board November 8, 2022

This past weekend has been quite the ride for Twitter users after Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, Inc., bought the social media platform. Musk has already made several changes after taking ownership, like firing...

Issue: Hobo Day is better than D-Days

Issue: Hobo Day is better than D-Days

Editorial Board November 1, 2022

In the Oct. 19 issue of The Volante, the University of South Dakota’s newspaper, they wrote an editorial titled “D-Days is Better than Hobo Days.” We’d like to respond and explain why they are...

Co-Editor-in-Chiefs of The Collegian, Jordan Rusche and Gracie Terrall, pose with Jonathan Karl and Tom Daschle after a breakfast for student leaders, Monday, Sept. 26. 
(Pictured, from left) Jordan Rusche, Jonathan Karl, Gracie Terrall and Tom Daschle.

Issue: Thank you Tom Daschle and Jonathan Karl

Collegian Editorial Board September 27, 2022

ABC News’ Chief Washington correspondent Jonathan Karl arrived in South Dakota Sunday morning to meet with political science majors, contribute to journalism classes and be the fifth speaker in former...

The Little Mermaid can be Black

The Little Mermaid can be Black

Editorial Board September 20, 2022

Disney released the new trailer for the upcoming live-action remake of “The Little Mermaid” Sept. 9, and in the 12 short days it’s been on the internet, people are already complaining. Most of...

Editorial: Finally! Beer at games!

Editorial: Finally! Beer at games!

Collegian Editorial Board September 13, 2022

  This past Saturday, alcohol was served to the general public at Dana J. Dykhouse Stadium for the first time in its history, and it couldn’t have come soon enough. Beer and wine have been...

EDITORIAL: Loan forgiveness: a benefit or a detriment to the country?

EDITORIAL: Loan forgiveness: a benefit or a detriment to the country?

Editorial Board August 30, 2022

Whether you are just starting your college experience or are in the home stretch of finishing it, most of us at South Dakota State have one thing in common- student loan debt. Student loans can be different...

Issue: SDSU joins the metaverse

Issue: SDSU joins the metaverse

Editorial Board April 12, 2022

South Dakota State University has been selected as one of seven “metaversities” by VictoryXR, the global leader in metaverse education with active partner Meta. If you feel like you’re getting deja...

Issue: Thank you, senior women’s basketball players

Issue: Thank you, senior women’s basketball players

Editorial Board April 5, 2022

Heading into the WNIT Championship Saturday, four Jackrabbit seniors knew they were playing in their last collegiate game. It was apparent within the game’s first few minutes that it would be the...

ISSUE: Is daylight saving time worth the hassle?

ISSUE: Is daylight saving time worth the hassle?

Editorial Board March 22, 2022

Last Tuesday, The U.S. Senate approved a bill that would make the dreaded daylight saving time (DST) permanent starting in 2023, meaning no more turning the clocks back and forth. This comes after most...

Issue: Critical race theory is critical

Issue: Critical race theory is critical

Editorial Board March 8, 2022

House Bill 1012, a bill designed to “protect students and employees at institutions of higher education from divisive concepts,” passed in the House yesterday and now awaits Gov. Kristi Noem’s signature. While...

Agua Fresh is located on Main Avenue in Brookings.

The Collegian’s Noodle Bowl Review

Editorial Board March 1, 2022

  Agua Fresh, a juice and grilled sandwich cafe downtown, just added an extension to their menu. Noodle Bowl, a separate service located in the same building, serves noodle cuisine from different...

The sun sets on Independence Square in Kyiv, Ukraine. In 2014, Independence Square was one of the sites of violent protests that shook the nation.

ISSUE: The Russia-Ukraine conflict is bad, but probably not worth a war

Collegian Editorial Board February 15, 2022

Over the last decade, Ukraine has been nothing if not one of the world’s most interesting spectacles for those who knew where to look. In 2014, President Viktor Yanukovych was ousted from power after...

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