Student News

Larsen to receive CSCA’s Cooper Award Thursday

Apr 1, 2015

Larsen to receive CSCA’s Cooper Award Thursday

South Dakota State University student Hanna Larsen, who is pursuing a master’s degree in communications studies, will receive the Cooper Award at the Central States Communication Association annual meeting April 17 in Madison, Wisconsin. Larsen, who graduated from Groton High School in 2009, is the first State student to receive the award, which is named […]

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Feb 12, 2015

Architecture student makes time lapse videos of class project

Emily Heezen, an Architecture student from Pierre, is a very talented and has a bug to film things. Brian Rex, department head, discovered that she’s uploading time-lapse videos (and adding sound-tracks) of herself making her project models for her third year design studio. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=66aKph0-kJs

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Brookings theatre programs win BroadwayWorld awards

Jan 22, 2015

Brookings theatre programs win BroadwayWorld awards

  After a record number of voters in more than 60 regions worldwide, BroadwayWorld is very excited to announce the 2014 Sioux Falls winners! Thanks to all who voted, and huge congratulations to all the winners! And the winners are…. Best Choreographer (local) Melissa Hauschild-Mork – Shrek the Musical – Prairie Repertory Theatre Best Costume […]

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Duty Calls

Nov 20, 2014

Duty Calls

Student featured in documentary.

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Integrative Learning

Nov 20, 2014

Integrative Learning

Harvey Dunn Collaborative Project incorporates dance, music and poetry in a new way to view art.

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State students hit New York City

Nov 20, 2014

State students hit New York City

Students participate in National College Media Convention.

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Sanford interns present ‘Intern-all Perspectives’

Sep 2, 2014

Sanford interns present ‘Intern-all Perspectives’

Focus, attention to detail, drive to improve. Those are three characteristics seen in Megan Stuart. Those facets appear when you see her preparing for a test, creating a piece of art or playing basketball. Most people will recognize the name due to her playing for the South Dakota State University women’s basketball team. However, there […]

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Very cool sign fabricated for Architecture’s Mobridge project

Jun 26, 2014

Very cool sign fabricated for Architecture’s Mobridge project

Architecture Department Head, Brian Rex, gives us insight into a unique facet of the End of the Line project in Mobridge “Five of our students fabricated these pieces and took them to Fargo to watch them be galvano-electrically bathed… This one, when standing, will track the sun so that a shadow reads ‘Chicago’ on the […]

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Advertising class promotes GreenWeek

May 8, 2014

Advertising class promotes GreenWeek

Students in Adjunct Instructor Kyle Robinson’s ADV 314 Sales, Promotion and Marketing class played a significant role in SDSU’s GreenWeek.  The class worked with the Environmental Stewardship & Sustainability Council (ESSC) to plan the event.  The students worked on multiple aspects including: Hosting a booth on the Union’s Main Street both Monday and Friday Working […]

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SDSU student donates kidney to ‘best friend’

May 8, 2014

SDSU student donates kidney to ‘best friend’

Mayya Andrushchenko, left, will receive a kidney on May 13 from Kayla McCaffrey, a junior at South Dakota State University who decided to become her best friend’s kidney donor. The pair met in SPCM 101 during their freshman year at State in 2011. For more details, see the link to the Brookings Register article below: […]

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