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SDBOR discusses diversity, consolidations in public meeting

SDBOR discusses diversity, consolidations in public meeting

Jordan Rusche, Editor-in-Chief (She/Her) September 23, 2021

Members of the public – including students, faculty and legislators – were able to ask members of the South Dakota Board of Regents about their questions and concerns during an outreach session held...

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...

May 4th Council Meeting Highlights

Noah R. Mincheff, Opinion Editor May 4, 2020

The Brookings City Council met on May 4 to discuss several pertinent issues surrounding COVID-19 as well as new construction projects; here is the recap.   The council voted to begin a phased...

Governor Noem’s Disingenuous Motives

Governor Noem’s Disingenuous Motives

Caitlyn Speier, Guest Columnist April 28, 2020

On Dec. 19, 2019, an New York Magazine Intelligencer article predicted South Dakota’s likely future efforts to restrict protest and free speech rights under the guise of preventing “riot boosting.”...

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...

Gov. Noem issues state of emergency for South Dakota

Gov. Noem issues state of emergency for South Dakota

Gracie Terrall, Copy Editor March 23, 2020

In an executive order from March 23, Gov. Noem issued a state of emergency for the state of South Dakota. Noem held a press conference addressing questions on the order. In the conference, she stressed...

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Beneath the legal jargon of South Dakota’s HB 1057

J. Michael Bertsch, News and Lifestyles Editor January 29, 2020

The South Dakota House of Representatives will vote on a bill aimed at changing the legality of certain medical treatments for transgender individuals under the age of 16 Wednesday, Jan. 29, 2020 at the...

Transgender students at South Dakota State worry about impact of upcoming anti-transgender bill

Transgender students at South Dakota State worry about impact of upcoming anti-transgender bill

Gracie Terrall, Copy Editor January 29, 2020

On Jan. 15, House Bill 1057 was introduced during the South Dakota Legislative session as the Vulnerable Child Protection Act. If passed, the bill would criminalize medical professionals for prescribing...

South Carolina Representative sought to cut funding for Hobo Day

South Carolina Representative sought to cut funding for Hobo Day

Kaitlin Schieur, Reporter October 1, 2019

South Carolina Representative Ralph Norman (R-SC) proposed House Resolution 6338: “No Federal funds may be used by the National Endowment for the Arts to award a grant for South Dakota State University’s...

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