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May Day Music Festival to highlight student musicians

May Day Music Festival to highlight student musicians

Gracie Terrall, News Editor (She/her) April 27, 2021

The 7th annual May Day Musical Festival will take place this Friday, with performances by Sioux Falls-based band, Tenenbaums, and a full lineup of student performers. The festival will start at 4:30 p.m....

Students work to clean up campus after winter months

Students work to clean up campus after winter months

Brock Brown and Gracie Terrall, Reporter and News Editor April 13, 2021

Students, faculty and student organizations gathered April 13 for the twelfth annual “Spruce Up SDSU Day” where they cleaned the sidewalks, parking lots and lawns across campus. As South Dakota State...

UPC to provide variety of events to finish out semester

UPC to provide variety of events to finish out semester

Jordan Rusche, Lifestyles Editor (She/her) March 30, 2021

With only six weeks left of the spring 2021 semester, students looking for a way to spend their free time can turn to the calendar of talks, demonstrations and other fun activities that the University...

International Night to be held with new location, guidelines

International Night to be held with new location, guidelines

Kenneth Rebello, Reporter (He/Him) March 16, 2021

International Night, one of  South Dakota State University’s largest international cultural events, is set to take place at 6 p.m., April 18. Although the event is held in person, changes were still...

Greek Life plans to continue efforts for in-person events

Greek Life plans to continue efforts for in-person events

Jacinda Hustoft, Reporter March 16, 2021

Greek Life Organizations (GLOs) have faced a lot of uncertainty in the last year, especially when it comes to recruitment efforts. With almost four percent of students on campus being a part of Greek Life,...

New furniture, new paint, new student spaces

New furniture, new paint, new student spaces

Gracie Terrall, News Editor (She/her) February 23, 2021

The University Student Union is set to begin renovations at the end of March as a part of the Phase II Union renovation plans. The renovation will begin March 22 until mid-August and cost around $2.5...

C-Store to sell local produce

C-Store to sell local produce

Blake Pulse, Reporter (He/him) February 23, 2021

South Dakota State University’s C-Stores will soon stock locally grown produce as a result of a collaboration between the Local Foods Education Center (LFEC) and Campus Dining. Beginning fall 2021,...

Wellness Center to reopen pool, allow court use

Wellness Center to reopen pool, allow court use

Mara Wheaton, Reporter (She/her) February 10, 2021

As the new semester began at South Dakota State University, so did changes to the Miller Wellness Center, including a new face covering policy and intramurals. Back in August, Pres. Barry Dunn made...

Safe Ride rebrands, introduces Rabbit Ride for ride requests

Safe Ride rebrands, introduces Rabbit Ride for ride requests

Andrew Rasmussen, Opinion Editor (He/him) February 10, 2021

Rabbit Ride is a program housed in the Wellness Center aimed at giving safe transportation to students and community members on Friday and Saturday nights. The program, previously called Safe Ride,...

Hattie Seten second Jackrabbit in history to be awarded Rhodes Scholarship

Hattie Seten second Jackrabbit in history to be awarded Rhodes Scholarship

Colette Gannon, Reporter January 26, 2021

Hattie Seten, a senior at South Dakota State University, is one of the 32 American Rhodes Scholars-Elect for 2021. Seten was inspired to apply for the Rhodes Scholarship by a fellow SDSU student, Connor...

A new lane to spend your spare time

A new lane to spend your spare time

Griffin Tonsager, Copy Editor (He/him) January 26, 2021

Open since 1962, Brookings’ bowling alley has a new name, a new management and a whole new look. The Lanes, formally known as Prairie Lanes, is home to 26 new lanes and pinsetters installed over a period...

University investigates racist message in dorm

University investigates racist message in dorm

Jordan Rusche and Gracie Terrall January 15, 2021

Officials at South Dakota State University are investigating a racist message found in one of the campus residence halls Thursday night. The message included profanities and a racial slur and was found...

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