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‘Fancy Lady Cowgirl’  speaker promotes women in ag

‘Fancy Lady Cowgirl’ speaker promotes women in ag

MaKenna Brouwer, Reporter September 27, 2022

The Agriculture Communicators of Tomorrow (ACT) are  hosting The National ACT Professional Development Conference Sept. 30. The conference will end with Courtenay DeHoff at 7 p.m., which is open to the...

Pictured are actors Erin-Leigh Moses, Sara Carr, Skyllar Schoening & Grant Taylor.

Satirical Thanksgiving play hits stage

Brina Sturm, Assistant Lifestyles Editor November 16, 2021

This weekend, South Dakota State University’s Theatre & Dance is presenting its second production of the academic year, “The Thanksgiving Play” by Larissa FastHorse. It’s quick-witted and...

BCT’s “Steel Magnolias” coming to SDSU this week

BCT’s “Steel Magnolias” coming to SDSU this week

Lilli Moore, Reporter (She/her) November 9, 2021

The Brookings Community Theatre will perform “Steel Magnolias” at the Fishback Studio Theatre Oscar Larson Performing Arts Center starting Thursday.  The play takes place in a beauty salon in Louisiana...

Concert Choir to perform at PAC to round out tour

Concert Choir to perform at PAC to round out tour

Grace Arthur, Reporter November 2, 2021

After traveling for four days, the Concert Choir will wrap up their fall tour Friday, Nov. 5, in Brookings.    The Home Tour concert finale will be at 7 p.m. in Larson Concert Hall. This is free...

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Native band “Brulé” performs in celebration of new American Indian Student Center

Lauren Verlinde, Reporter October 5, 2021

The South Dakota-based and family-oriented band, Brulé, will perform their contemporary, Native American-style music at the Oscar Larson Performing Arts Center this Friday. This event, which starts at...

Music ensembles crescendo into Spring Festival of Music

Music ensembles crescendo into Spring Festival of Music

Griffin Tonsager, Copy Editor (He/him) April 20, 2021

Continuing a long-standing tradition among students and staff, South Dakota State University’s music department will host their anticipated Spring Festival of Music series April 23-25. The festival...

Photo taken in 2019

Wind Symphony showcases 10 pieces to limited audience

Griffin Tonsager, Copy Editor (He/Him) February 9, 2021

The SDSU Wind Symphony performed for a very limited number of guests in Larson Memorial Concert Hall at SDSU’s Oscar Larson Performing Arts Center (PAC). Friday’s concert, featuring 10 pieces, marks...

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