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

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Election results breakdown; Grote, Peterson win general election

Election results breakdown; Grote, Peterson win general election

Jacob Boyko, News Editor March 28, 2023

Students’ Association Senator Nicholas Grote will serve as the student body president for the 2023-2024 academic year at South Dakota State University after a general election victory last week.  Grote,...

Running mates turn rivals, crisis counseling moves online, Stiegelmeier honored

Running mates turn rivals, crisis counseling moves online, Stiegelmeier honored

Jacob Boyko, News Editor February 14, 2023

A short-lived Students’ Association campaign for president and vice president fizzled late last week. Now, the former running mates are facing off on competing tickets.  Hunter Eide, junior human...

A chat with Kristi Noem: governor talks out-of-state campaigning, tax cuts

A chat with Kristi Noem: governor talks out-of-state campaigning, tax cuts

Jacob Boyko, News Editor November 4, 2022

South Dakota voters will go to the polls Nov. 8 to elect the next governor of South Dakota. The race between Republican Gov. Kristi Noem and Democrat Jamie Smith remains competitive, according to polling....

District 7 elections for sheriff and county commissioner Nov. 8

District 7 elections for sheriff and county commissioner Nov. 8

Zachary Simon, Reporter November 1, 2022

Brookings County has two main elections on the ballot Nov. 8: the race for Brookings County sheriff and Brookings County commissioner. Two candidates are running for the sheriff position, while five...

What’s on the ballot: a guide to major elections, measures in South Dakota

What’s on the ballot: a guide to major elections, measures in South Dakota

Jordan Rusche, Co-Editor-in-Chief (She/Her) November 1, 2022

South Dakotans have a chance to decide on several key issues Nov. 8, as well as vote for congressional and gubernatorial positions in our state. In preparation for Election Day, here is a guide breaking...

A chat with Jamie Smith: Democratic candidate for governor discusses abortion, teacher pay and more

A chat with Jamie Smith: Democratic candidate for governor discusses abortion, teacher pay and more

Gracie Terrall, Co-Editor-in-Chief (She/Her) November 1, 2022

South Dakota voters will go to the polls Nov. 8 to elect the next governor of South Dakota. The race between Republican Gov. Kristi Noem and Democrat Jamie Smith is tight. The Collegian had the chance...

Students’ Association election results

Tessa Erdmann, Reporter April 5, 2022

 Kott is a Junior from Kimball, South Dakota, studying agricultural business. She was an at-large senator last year, which led her to wanting to run for a CAFES position for the next term. Her main objectives...

SA in brief: Upcoming events and senators wanted

SA in brief: Upcoming events and senators wanted

Jacob Boyko, News Editor (He/Him) January 11, 2022

During the South Dakota State University Students’ Association meeting Jan. 10, senators were addressed by Cara Olson, the assistant director of student activities, and David Reynolds, the director of...

How is it almost March again?

How is it almost March again?

Jordan Rusche, Lifestyles Editor (She/Her) January 13, 2021

Now that 2020 has finally come to an end, it’s easy to forget just what all happened during last year’s “unprecedented times.” Here’s a wrap-up of some of the major events of 2020, both in South...

Signature requirements reduce likelihood of ballot measures in 2022

Signature requirements reduce likelihood of ballot measures in 2022

Tim Morgan, Reporter (He/Him) October 6, 2020

COVID-19 may keep initiated measures or constitutional amendments off the 2022 ballot in South Dakota. In South Dakota, citizens can get changes to state laws or amendments to the state constitution on...

Primary election results: Brookings County

Primary election results: Brookings County

J. Michael Bertsch, Managing Editor June 3, 2020

Brookings County processed 4,490 ballots for the June 2 primary election, with 133,970 ballots cast throughout the state.  In the county, voter turnout was 24.29% with statewide voter turnout at 24.5%...

Students’ Association holds online election amidst quarantine

Students’ Association holds online election amidst quarantine

J. Michael Bertsch, News and Lifestyles Editor March 26, 2020

After a two-day election for Students’ Association President, Vice President and Senator positions, the election results are finalized.  Four percent of SDSU students, or 470 students, voted in the...

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