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SDSU takes flight with new drone program

SDSU takes flight with new drone program

Ian Lack

October 18, 2017

Drones are no longer exclusively being used as military weapons, but becoming more present in the workplace and as a hobby. An emerging trend in some job fields requires hands-on experience with drones. A new certificate, added to the South Dakota State catalog this summer, aims to give students tha...

Vintage apparel line released for limited time

Vintage apparel line released for limited time

Sydney Sleep

October 2, 2017

The University Bookstore unveiled their 1881 Vintage apparel and merchandise line Sept. 1 to celebrate the 10th anniversary of retiring the old Jackrabbit. Due to licensing limitations, the clothing featuring the old Jack can only be carried in stores and online for a total of four months. Clothin...

In the eye of the storm

In the eye of the storm

September 20, 2017

Lt. Col. Brian Schroeder has been watching with keen interest the past two weeks as the southeastern part of the nation has been hammered by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. Now Maria, a Category 5 storm, is making its way through the Caribbean. Schroeder is interested in these storms, even though they...

Hobo Day: Great Success!

admin

October 23, 2012

This article about the first Hobo Day 100 years ago was published by The Collegian — then The Industrial Collegian — Nov. 5, 1912.    The first annual Hobo Day was a success in every respect and was one of the biggest boosting days that South Dakota State College has ever seen. By it spirit has been...

100 YEARS: Hobo Day traditions stand test of time

mtraxler

October 23, 2012

It’s sort of silly, really. To dress up as bums, grow beards and pigtails, going from house to house to eat stew and party like it’s 1912 every year. Everyone else celebrates a homecoming. We celebrate a Miss Homelycoming. But we love it. Where else would there be a statue of a hobo named Weary Wil strutt...