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The Collegian Nov 15
Two students were set up on a blind date that turned out not be so blind when they realized they knew each other. Here is how the date went:
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The Collegian Nov 15
The first Passive House is complete and up for sale. Plans for a second are already finalized, but construction cannot begin until the first one has sold.
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The Collegian Nov 14
SDSU and the Brookings Arts Council are both hosting Festival of Trees celebrations. Find out the details for both events:
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The Collegian Nov 12
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The Collegian Nov 12
Need something to do when you get back from the long weekend? Come enjoy the Pride of the Dakotas indoor concert featuring the pregame and highlights from the halftime shows at 8 p.m. in the SJAC. Free for children, students K-12 and SDSU students with ID. Adult tickets are $8.
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The Collegian Nov 9
Filmmakers Todd Rohal and Megan Griffiths are coming to campus. The free event will be at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 14 in 100A Berg Agricultural Hall.
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The Collegian Nov 9
Shared space, costs and chores can be hard for roommates to divvy up but it doesn’t always have to be
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The Collegian Nov 8
The age old question for students moving off-campus: how do I know what I can afford?
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The Collegian Nov 8
is eyeing a $1 million upgrade. The move is hoped to be completed with donations and approval within a year.
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The Collegian Nov 7
The Southeast University Neighborhood project is bringing huge new housing options (and a full-service Starbucks) to students, and university officials say you should look into it now.
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The Collegian Nov 7
Voters in one South Dakota legislative district voted a dead man into office by a margin of over 1,200 votes.
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The Collegian Nov 7
South Dakota allows voters to cast a ballot as many as 45 days before election day. Hear from Collegian News Editor why voters in our state have no excuse for not voting.
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The Collegian Nov 7
The Jackrabbit men's basketball team opened their season with a 79-74 home win against the Grand Canyon University Antelopes. Check out the full gallery from the game here.
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The Collegian Nov 7
South Dakota voters spoke their minds last night in the 2018 midterm elections. See the results below:
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The Collegian Nov 7
Have a bad roommate? Here are a few tips that might help to work it out
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SDSU Collegian Live Nov 6
Kristi Noem has won the gubernatorial election, according to A.P.
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SDSU Collegian Live Nov 6
Charles Turbiville, who passed on Oct. 20, wins the District 31 nomination to the House of Representatives. Gov. Daugaard declined in October to name a replacement. The next Governor of S.D. will appoint Turbiville's replacement.
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SDSU Collegian Live Nov 6
District 7 House: Post 22 percent Reed 32 percent Kovach 14 percent Adamson 19 percent Ellis 14 percent
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SDSU Collegian Live Nov 6
Noem surpasses 100,000 votes, Sutton trails at 94,000. Evans has 2,800.
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SDSU Collegian Live Nov 6
At 19 percent precincts reporting, Sutton leads Noem by .3 percent.
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