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Bill that passed House is First Amendment violation, SA senator, lawyer say

Bill that passed House is First Amendment violation, SA senator, lawyer say

Greta Goede, Editor-in-Chief February 13, 2024

A bill that one student leader and a lawyer said violates free speech passed through State Affairs Monday and the House of Representatives Tuesday. House Bill 1178, a bill that prohibits the Board of...

Brookings Mayor Ope Niemeyer addresses the SDSU Students Association along with City Manager Paul Bresino at their regular meeting on Monday, Jan. 22, 2024.

City election may bring Aldi, furniture retailer and more to Brookings

Tate Peterson, Reporter January 24, 2024

A Brookings city election on Jan 30 will help determine whether a plot of land just off Interstate 29 will be developed into a future retail space. The development that is envisioned as the Brookings...

SDSU Police Department investigates anonymous phone call threat

SDSU Police Department investigates anonymous phone call threat

Kenneth Rebello, News Editor January 24, 2024

South Dakota State University Police Department sent out an email on Tuesday morning to inform students of an anonymous phone call threatening to attack the campus. The SDSU Campus Alert System sent out...

SA President Trinity Peterson

Peterson to become SA president

Jacob Boyko and Greta Goede April 27, 2023

Embattled Students’ Association President Nicholas Grote resigned Thursday in a letter to senators, putting an end to a tumultuous month-long presidency.  “I am proud of the accomplishments we...

SDSU hopes to introduce elementary and special education majors

KAITLYN LORANG, Reporter April 25, 2023

South Dakota State University hopes to be part of the solution to add teachers to the declining teacher workforce by adding two new majors: elementary education and special education.  The...

Office of International Affairs to host 11th annual sash ceremony

Office of International Affairs to host 11th annual sash ceremony

KENNETH REBELLO, Reporter April 25, 2023

South Dakota State University’s Office of International Affairs (OIA) is all set to host its 11th annual sash ceremony May 5 at Great Hall in McCrory Gardens.  The sash ceremony is an event held...

Tommy Norman, a current graduate student studying ruminant nutrition, became the new livestock judging head coach in December.

SDSU grad student leads judging team to victory as coach

Annie Reinke, Reporter April 18, 2023

Tommy Norman didn’t have a lot of experience before he became the SDSU Livestock Judging team’s coach, but the former assistant coach thinks he’s the right man for the job. When Brady Jensen announced...

(Left to right) Tricia Serrao, Sudarshan Choudhari, Kushagra Singh, Abhinay Das, Allen Solomon, Dev Patel and Komal Daund attend last year’s international sash ceremony before graduation.

International student enrollment, application numbers on the rise

Kenneth Rebello, Reporter April 18, 2023

South Dakota State University has seen a rise in international student enrollments and applications for both undergraduate and graduate programs since the last academic year. “Overall, post COVID,...

SDSU granted research in sustainable agriculture

Katelyn Winberg, Reporter April 18, 2023

                South Dakota State University researchers and students will study ways agriculture can change to meet the challenges...

2022-23 Students Association President Blake Pulse swears in the 2023-24 SA President Nick Grote.

Student Association brief: Faculty awarded, new Senate sworn in

Jacob Boyko, News Editor April 4, 2023

The 2022-2023 Students’ Association wrapped up Monday night with an award ceremony honoring important faculty and SA members.  The Senate awarded faculty in four categories. Douglas Wermedal, associate...

Pierson Hall during renovations in February. The hall is set to open again to students this August.

Pierson Hall planned to reopen next semester

Ella Stiefvater, Reporter March 28, 2023

​​Pierson Hall is going to be ready for new and returning students in August. The residential and housing department at South Dakota State University said the highly anticipated reopening of Pierson...

Changes to Larson Commons beginning this summer

Changes to Larson Commons beginning this summer

Avery Haag, Reporter March 28, 2023

Larson Commons is undergoing a major renovation that started this past summer. With millions of dollars behind this project, a newly renovated cafeteria is on the horizon for South Dakota State University. Doug...

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