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Rabbit Report

The weekly Rabbit Report from the SDSU Students' Association

Monday, March 7, 2022

Happy Midterms, Jacks! Spring Break is just a week away, but there are still a ton of events happening all week long!

Read on to learn about this week’s exciting opportunities. 

This week’s edition of the Rabbit Report includes:

  1. Student’s Association 
  2. SDSU Nutrition and Dietetics Cooking Demonstration
  3. Nutrition and Health Sciences Club Meeting
  4. BSA Step Show Cancellation
  5. Geography Club Bake Sale
  6. Little International Dairy Products Contest
  7. UPC Upcoming Events
  8. Thank-A-Professor Program
  9. Briggs Library E-waste Recycling Program
  10. Need to Report a Concern?

1. Students’ Association 

Tonight’s Meeting 

The Students’ Association Senate will have its weekly meeting tonight at 7:00 p.m. in the Lewis and Clark Room of the Student Union. All are welcome! Next week's meeting agenda can be found online. Join next week's Senate meeting via Zoom.

Student Association Website


Campus Partner of the Year Award Nominations now open

The SDSU Students’ Association is seeking nominations for the Campus Partner of the Year Award in the following categories: 

  • Faculty Advisor 
  • Professional Advisor 
  • Student Organization Advisor 
  • SDSU Staff Member 

Nominations must include: 

One nominating letter:

  • Nominee name
  • Which award they are being nominated for
  • Why this individual should win the award, not to exceed one page in length. 

*Nominations may include up to three additional supporting letters including the information above. 

Nominating letters must be sent to no later than 5:00 pm on March 11, 2022.  

2. SDSU Nutrition and Dietetics Cooking Demonstration

Come join SDSU Nutrition and Dietetics Graduate Students for a cooking demonstration in Honors Hall Basement Monday March 7th at 5:00 p.m. The students will demonstrate how to make your typical box of macaroni and cheese more balanced and nutritious.

3. Nutrition and Health Sciences Club Meeting

The Nutrition and Health Sciences Club will be hosting a meeting to kick off the start of National Nutrition Month! We will be playing nutrition related BINGO in Wagner 208 at 5:30 p.m. Bring your friends for the chance to win some prizes!

4. BSA Step Show Cancellation

Due to circumstances out of our control, we regret to announce that the 19th Annual BSA Step Show is canceled. For those who purchased pre-sale tickets with cash, please stop by the Multicultural Center on weekdays between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. to process a refund. You must present your ticket and start the refund process by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, March 11. If you used, Hobo Dough, you will be refunded automatically through that system. 

If you choose not to collect your refund, your donation will be greatly appreciated by Black Student Alliance (BSA) and will be used to support future BSA programming and events. 

Thank you for your continuous support!

5. Geography Club Bake Sale

 The Geography Club is hosting a bake sale in the main street of the union on March 14 and 16 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. They are selling a wide variety of St. Patties themed baked goods that will all be $5 or under!     

6. Little International Dairy Products Contest

It’s time to showcase your club/organization's creativity to make a tasty ice cream treat! The Little I Dairy Products production day will be held on March 25, 2022.  The deadline for signing up is March 11, 2022. Each team must have two members sponsored by a campus club or group (no cost to enter).  The top 5 Flavors will be auctioned off at Little I.

Contest Rules 

A white ice cream base will be provided by the Davis Dairy Plant, but each team MUST provide their own flavorings and additional ingredients. All inclusions MUST be purchased and be in a sealed, unopened container. All team members must be in compliance with Good Manufacturing Practices and wear proper protective clothing. 

7. UPC Upcoming Events

Chili Cook-Off – Winners!!

1. Morgan Heinen - $150

2. Lex Kuske - $100

3. Kendal Schreier - $75

Dueling Pianos – 3/9/22, VBR, 7:00 p.m.

Come join us and watch Felix and Fingers Dueling Pianos! The all-request shows are filled with humor and sing-along fun. No matter what songs are requested, Felix and Fingers are prepared to perform them – on the spot!

Bookstore Gift Card Giveaway – Winner announced 3/11/22! 

Follow one UPC social media platform PLUS like and share our post on Instagram or Facebook (TAG US!!) to win a $50 gift card to the SDSU Bookstore! Winner announced Friday, 3/11, must be a current SDSU student to win.  

Relax in the Gardens – 3/24/22, McCrory Gardens, 6:00 p.m.

Looking for a way to relax from the stress of the semester? Join us for a yoga and wellness instruction from Prairie Soul Studios at McCrory Gardens!  Prizes including a yoga mat, water bottle and a Prairie Soul Studios gift certificate will be awarded! 

8. Thank-A-Professor Program

The Thank-A-Professor program gives students a way to reach out and share their appreciation towards professors. This opportunity is an awesome way to give back to the educators that support student learning. To get involved with this program students will need to go to this website and fill out the form. The form is then sent to the Center of the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning where it will get put into letter form and physically mailed to each perspective professor. 

9. Briggs Library E-waste Recycling Program

Briggs Library now has an e-waste recycling program! SDSU students are welcome to bring their unwanted computers, laptops, monitors and cellphones to the library front desk. The devices will be taken to local businesses for recycling. Students should set their phones back to factory settings before recycling.


10. Need to Report a Concern?

You have great resources available right at your fingertips to help you through your experience at SDSU, one of which is the online Student Handbook. Here you can find policies, processes, information on how to get involved and details about student services and supports to make you successful. You also have many ways to report a concern both related to academics and non-academics. Finally, if you need assistance, know that we are here to help and our Student Ombudsperson and the University Ombuds Office are both resources to assist you in many different ways.

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Submit feedback, questions, or concerns about the Students’ Association using this form.

To submit an event for consideration to be featured in the Rabbit Report, contact by Thursday at 11:59 p.m. Please include all event information written similarly to the format above. All submissions are subject to the Rabbit Report Submission Guidelines.

Have a wonderful Spring Break, Jackrabbits!