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SDSU students cheering on the Jackrabbits at the 2021 Hobo Day game

SDSU one step closer to alcohol sales at games

Mara Wheaton and Brina Sturm June 23, 2022

South Dakota State University could be seeing alcohol sales at games as soon as this coming fall thanks to the South Dakota Board of Regents. At today’s Board of Regents meeting in Vermillion, a policy...

Scobey Hall demolition to be complete by mid-July

Scobey Hall demolition to be complete by mid-July

Mara Wheaton, Lifestyles Editor June 22, 2022

There's not much left of Scobey Hall. The 43,687 square-foot building that sits on the far west edge of the South Dakota State University’s campus, is in the process of being demolished after sitting...

Architecture studio space inside the Chicoine Architecture, Mathematics and Engineering (AME) Hall.

DoArch students call for administrative action

Mara Wheaton and Brina Sturm April 27, 2022

A nine-page grievance letter written by the South Dakota State University Department of Architecture (DoArch) Student Advisory Board (SAB) has called for attention from SDSU administration.  The letter...

SDSU prepares for Student Union renovation

SDSU prepares for Student Union renovation

Jacob Boyko, News Editor (He/Him) April 26, 2022

At South Dakota State University Students’ Association meeting April 25, senators were addressed by Jennifer Novotny, senior director of the University Student Union, approved student club constitutions...

South Dakota State University researchers Adam Hoppe, Natalie Thiex and Darci Fink will benefit from a nearly $11 million grant from the National Institutes of Health. The five-year federal grant will help researchers look into inflammation.

SDSU researchers hope $10.8M grant helps unlock biomedical answers

Sam Schauer, Reporter April 26, 2022

A $10.8 million grant has been given to South Dakota State University for its work in biomedical research and will fund work in continuing research for the next five years. The National Institutes of...

Record year for SDSU Junior Day

Record year for SDSU Junior Day

Andrea Huete, Copy Editor (She/Her) April 12, 2022

Finals are just around the corner, and so is graduation day for some of our South Dakota State University students. But let’s not forget that the same goes for high schoolers.  SDSU connects with...

Preparing for a summer internship

Preparing for a summer internship

Avery Starr, Reporter April 12, 2022

As another semester comes to an end, many students are looking ahead to how they will be spending their summer. Not only does the change in the season bring warmer weather, but also a break from school;...

Students Association Brief

Students’ Association Brief

Jacob Boyko, News Editor (He/Him) April 5, 2022

During the April 4 South Dakota State University Students’ Association meeting, senators were addressed by the vice president for finance and budget Michael Holbeck, approved a constitution, awarded...

Dancers performing at a past Wacipi event. This year’s event is the first in three years and will take place this weekend.

Wacipi celebration returns to Frost Arena

Jacob Boyko, News Editor April 5, 2022

South Dakota State University’s annual Wacipi event returns this year to Frost Arena as a two-day powwow April 9 and April 10 featuring Native American food, dancing and other cultural staples.   Wacipi,...

Pierson Hall renovation begins this summer

Pierson Hall renovation begins this summer

Mara Wheaton, Assistant News Editor (She/Her) March 29, 2022

In late 2021, South Dakota State University announced plans to renovate Pierson Hall and to shut down the dorm during the 2022-2023 academic year for renovations. Rebecca Peterson, director of housing...

Crime Log: March 20-26

Crime Log: March 20-26

March 28, 2022

March 20, 2022 2:24 a.m. DUI; Open container, broken seal in motor vehicle; Underage purchase or possession of alcoholic beverages; DUI 1st; Possession or use drug paraphernalia; Ingest, inhale substance...

University officials work to endow school’s biggest traditions

University officials work to endow school’s biggest traditions

Sam Schauer, Reporter (He/Him) March 22, 2022

South Dakota State University officials are working to create endowments that would help pay for some of the university’s most high-profile traditions like Hobo Day, Little I and The Pride of the Dakotas...

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