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Andrew Rasmussen, the outgoing Students’ Association president, swears in his succesor, Blake Pulse, at Monday’s SA meeting as the outgoing executive team watches.  Pulse served as Rasmussen’s chief of staff this year.
Pictured (from left): Blake Pulse, Andrew Rasmussen,  Rachel Schoon, Kordell Feldhaus,  Anna Shane.

New president, vice president, senators sworn in

Jacob Boyko, News Editor (He/Him) April 12, 2022

During the April 11 South Dakota State University Students’ Association meeting, senators were addressed by lobbyist Brett Koenecke, awarded faculty and passed two amendments. The former SA administration...

Students’ Association election results

Tessa Erdmann, Reporter April 5, 2022

 Kott is a Junior from Kimball, South Dakota, studying agricultural business. She was an at-large senator last year, which led her to wanting to run for a CAFES position for the next term. Her main objectives...

City Council to review 3-to-a-dwelling ordinance

City Council to review 3-to-a-dwelling ordinance

Jacob Boyko, News Editor (He/Him) March 8, 2022

A city ordinance that limits occupancy in homes could be changed thanks to an effort led by SDSU student Jonathon Sundet. The measure, ordinance 22-374, restricts residences within city limits from...

City Manager:

City Manager:

Jacob Boyko, News Editor (He/Him) March 8, 2022

At the March 7 Students’ Association meeting, senators were addressed by Brookings City Manager Paul Briseno, a resolution was passed unanimously and senators began nominations for senator of the year.   Briseno: The...

SA brief: Barry Dunn, club updates and resolutions

SA brief: Barry Dunn, club updates and resolutions

Jacob Boyko, News Editor (He/Him) February 8, 2022

During the South Dakota State University Students’ Association meeting Feb. 7, students were addressed by SDSU President Barry Dunn and student organizations. The senators also passed five resolutions...

SA in brief: Jack’s Cupboard and return of rodeo

SA in brief: Jack’s Cupboard and return of rodeo

Jacob Boyko, News Editor (He/Him) February 1, 2022

During the South Dakota State University Students’ Association meeting Jan. 31, senators were addressed by representatives from Jack’s Cupboard, the Rodeo Cub and the Gender and Sexuality Alliance....

SA in brief: Wellness Center, Indian tacos and amendments

SA in brief: Wellness Center, Indian tacos and amendments

Jacob Boyko, News Editor (He/Him) November 16, 2021

  During the South Dakota State University Students’ Association meeting Nov. 15, senators were addressed by Director of Recreation and Fitness Shari Landmark, the Quarter Scale Tractor Team,...

SA in Brief

SA in Brief

Jacob Boyko, News Editor (He/Him) September 21, 2021

During the South Dakota State University Student Association’s meeting Sept. 20, senators were addressed by President Barry Dunn, ratified the constitution of a new club, were given updates on the COVID-19...

Students Association to discuss CA Contract

Students’ Association to discuss CA Contract

Wren Murphy, Reporter January 25, 2021

The Students’ Association Senate will vote to request a change in Community Assistants’ job description during their weekly meeting Monday, Jan. 25. Currently, CA contracts contain a clause requiring...

Students Association approves new GAF guidelines, new SA senators sworn in

Students’ Association approves new GAF guidelines, new SA senators sworn in

J. Michael Bertsch, News and Lifestyles Editor April 15, 2020

The Students’ Association Senate has reconstructed a budgeting policy that has been in practice for nearly ten years. The original General Activity Fee (GAF) Operating Guidelines were adopted by the...

Students’ Association continues work amid campus shutdown

Students’ Association continues work amid campus shutdown

 Andrew Rasmussen , Reporter April 8, 2020

Students’ Association met virtually Monday, April 5 to work through a packed agenda. Topics included fund sweeping, athletics budgeting, sustainability and campus support options. Resolutions The...

Students’ Association weighs in on 2020 graduation

J. Michael Bertsch, News and Lifestyles Editor April 1, 2020

In response to the COVID-19 campus closure, a graduation task force is working to reschedule the graduation ceremony for the class of 2020, as well as set up a virtual ceremony for May 9.  Students’...

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