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40-foot miracle shot defeats NDSU

40-foot miracle shot defeats NDSU

Trenton Abrego, Sports Editor

February 16, 2019


Filed under Showcase, Sports

FARGO, N.D. – It took somewhat of a miracle, but the South Dakota State Jackrabbits downed the North Dakota State Bison 78-77, thanks to a David Jenkins Jr.’s 40-foot heave. The Jackrabbits led for zero seconds. Once, at the end of the game, but it was the only time it mattered. At the half,...

DIY Valentine’s Day: homemade tips, tricks

DIY Valentine’s Day: homemade tips, tricks

Tayler Larsen, Lifestyles Reporter

February 12, 2019


Filed under Lifestyles, Showcase

It can be stressful to go out and find that perfect gift for that someone special. There are a few ways to make it even more special with some ways to DIY your Valentine’s Day from those popular “Open when” letters to a homemade card. Let this year be different and stress-free from unnecessary expe...

Single’s guide to Valentine’s Day

Single’s guide to Valentine’s Day

Emma Anderson, Lifestyles

February 12, 2019


Filed under Lifestyles

Although Feb. 14  is typically a day enjoyed by people in relationships, it does not have to be that way. There are plenty of ways to celebrate the day, even if a significant other isn’t in the picture. “I have so much fun with my girls that we almost forget that it’s Valentine’s Day,” ...

Learning to love in different ways on Valentine’s Day

Learning to love in different ways on Valentine’s Day

Amanda John, Lifestyles Columnist

February 12, 2019


Filed under Lifestyles

Hello, my wonderful friends, as with every great February at South Dakota State University, we sit and anticipate the one day in the year when we feel either happy or alone: Valentine’s Day. Some say it’s a time to remember  a saint whose last days were spent honoring love, or the mythologica...

Students’ Association works on resolution for trained CPR CAs

Students’ Association works on resolution for trained CPR CAs

Gina Goblirsch, Reporter

February 12, 2019


Filed under News

CPR certification could be the skill between life and death, that’s why there’s conversation about Community Assistants (CA) becoming trained happening on campus. The Students’ Association will soon be voting on whether to start a program for Community Assistants to become CPR certified. ...

The Best of Brookings 2019

The Best of Brookings 2019

February 12, 2019


Filed under Lifestyles

Jackrabbits, the Collegian's Best of Brookings survey is open. You have two weeks to vote for your favorite Brooking's businesses in each category. Give your favorite business some love by voting and let them know they're the best in Brookings. Poll closes Feb. 25 at 9 p.m. ...

Flowers for sale for your special someone

Flowers for sale for your special someone

AnnaMarie Sachs, Agricultural Beat Reporter

February 11, 2019


Filed under News, Showcase

With Valentine's day coming up later this week, some may be panicking on what to get that special someone in their life. Luckily, the Horticulture and Urban Agriculture Club will be selling floral arrangements throughout the day on Thursday, Feb. 14 in The Union across from The Bookstore. They w...

Jacks continue to break personal bests

Jacks continue to break personal bests

John Begeman, Sports Reporter

February 6, 2019


Filed under Sports

It was a busy weekend for the track and field team as athletes were spread out competing at three different locations. Most athletes competed in the Dakota Realty Alumni Meet in Vermillion, others in Lincoln, Nebraska, and seniors Rachel King and Kyle Burdick competing in Notre Dame, Indiana. The ...

Swim and dive collects six wins at Coyote Invitational

Swim and dive collects six wins at Coyote Invitational

Carter Schmidt, Sports Reporter

February 5, 2019


Filed under Sports

SIOUX FALLS – The South Dakota State swimming and diving team picked up six wins at the Coyote Invitational this past weekend. "This weekend really showed where we are in preparations for the upcoming conference championships, and what we still need to do," head coach Doug Humphrey told www.gojacks.com...

Digging up knowledge: Soil research supports no-till farming

Digging up knowledge: Soil research supports no-till farming

AnnaMarie Sachs, Agricultural Reporter

February 4, 2019


Filed under News

We don’t change our eating habits till we have a heart attack, the same can be said about the condition of our soil health across the nation. Dwayne Beck, a research manager at Dakota Lakes Research Farm and a professor of agronomy horticulture and plant science at South Dakota State University,...

Step Show

Step Show

Frankie Herrera

February 3, 2019


Filed under Galleries, Media

Capers 74th performance filled with firsts, lasts

Capers 74th performance filled with firsts, lasts

Danielle Sons, Reporter

January 29, 2019


Filed under Lifestyles

To get a feel for a true theater experience here at South Dakota State University, students put together a show called Capers, that is sure to be filled with music, dance and M-rated (for mature audiences) humor. The 74th showing of this annual show will be one to remember. It’s fitting that Caper...