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Pfeifer to present senior recital

Jacob Pfeifer, a senior majoring in both music and computer science, will present his senior recital at 4 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 22, in the Oscar Larson Performing Arts Center’s Larson Memorial Concert Hall on the South Dakota State University campus. Pfeifer, from Owatonna, Minnesota, plays the piano.

Emmy story-telling workshop set for Jan. 28 in Sioux Falls

Editor's note: This event has been rescheduled to Saturday, Jan. 28. The time and location are unchanged. Area media professionals and college and high school students are invited to the upcoming Emmy on the Road story-telling workshop, set for 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Jan.

Schultes named SDSU Family of Year

Through three generations, members of the Herbert J. Schulte family have held high their loyalty to South Dakota State University, and now they’re being honored as the SDSU Family of the Year. On Feb. 18 at the women’s basketball game against Omaha, the Schultes will be honored as the SDSU Family of the Year by the SDSU Alumni Association.

Cricket Club hosts first-ever home tournament

The South Dakota State University Cricket Club hosted its first-ever cricket tournament on campus last semester, and the SDSU teams were the top-two finishers in the event. Five teams participated in the Indoor Tape Ball Cricket Tournament at the Miller Wellness Center Nov.

Glass plate negatives show early 1900s Brookings life

The existence of the Frank Ross Glass Plate Negatives Collection is a case of right time, right place. The collection was produced by a Brookings area photographer named Frank Ross, according to a Nov. 17, 2022, Arlington Sun article.

SDSU leads national initiative to develop the future leaders in food, climate and sustainable agriculture

South Dakota State University is the recipient of a three-year, $749,977 grant to find innovative ways to develop future workforce in food, agriculture, natural and human sciences (FANH) fields by leveraging honors education. ...

Q&A with Steven Wingate

Steven Wingate just might have the best view of campus.

Army Band coming to the Oscar Larson Performing Arts Center

The Mission Essential Brass (MEB) from the 147th Army Band will offer a free performance at the Oscar Larson Performing Arts Center on Friday, Jan. 13. The concert will begin at 7:30 p.m. in the Larson Memorial Concert Hall. Mission Essential Brass is the premiere Brass Ensemble from the 147th Army Band.

Reynolds to compose and conduct for the 2023 South Dakota Inaugural Celebration

David Reynolds, director of the South Dakota State University School of Performing Arts, has been selected to write and conduct new music for the 2023 South Dakota Inaugural events on Jan. 7.  Reynolds was previously asked to compose music for the Governor’s Inaugural in 2019. His work, “Fanfare for a New Day,” was used as governor-elect, Kristi Noem, entered the stage.

SDSU’s remote sensing program earns world ranking  

South Dakota State University’s remote sensing program has been ranked as one of the top academic programs in the world by the Shanghai Ranking’s 2022 Global Ranking of Academic Subjects.  SDSU’s program, housed in the Geospatial Sciences Center of Excellence, Department of Geography and Geospatial Sciences, came in at 22nd in the world and the fifth-best program in the United States.