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Rabbit Report by SDSU Students' Association

The semester is coming to a close, jackrabbits! While we do not have a meeting tonight, we’ll be back at it the first Monday of the spring semester!

**Remember: if your club or organization would like to be featured in the Rabbit Report next semester, please send that information to by FRIDAY at 5 p.m.  Don’t forget to follow the Students’ Association on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram as well as the Student Discount Club on Facebook for great deals!

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This edition of the RR includes:

  • Senator-At-Large Position Available!
  • SA Radio Show, TRANSPARENCY: Conversations with SA
  • Donations for Citations by SDSU Transportation Services
  • Southeast Neighborhood
  • Dairy Product Competition – Little International
  • Dairy Club Cheese Boxes
  • Feeding Brookings – Call for Volunteers
  • Thank-A-Professor Program

Senator-At-Large Position Available

Hey jackrabbits… now’s your chance! Being a senator at-large this spring is a great way to not only make an impact to the SDSU community but to potentially jumpstart a long and fruitful senate career! Freshman, sophomore, junior, senior… all are welcome to apply to join our senate in the upcoming semester. Applications and petitions are available on January 8th and close on January 18th.

SA Radio Show… TRANSPARENCY: Conversations with SA

TODAY, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. to tune into campus radio station, KSDJ 90.7, as senators discuss the happenings within Senate, a Q&A with both our Chief of Staff and our Finance Chair, and much more! You can listen in on the radio or use the TuneIn app.

Donations for Citations by SDSU Transportation Services

Customers with a balance due from any parking citation issued between November 1 and November 30 can donate items to receive up to $30 toward citation fees* OR can donate cash to Jack’s Cupboard for half off a $50 citation. Donations are accepted in the Transportation Services Office through December 14.

Collegiate Farm Bureau T-Shirt Fundraiser

SDSU Collegiate Farm Bureau has launched a t-shirt fundraiser to fund their travels as they promote agriculture with other Collegiate Farm Bureau chapters across the nation at their national convention in Milwaukee! Check out the design at!


Whether it’s your first year or final year on campus, college life can bring questions to mind that range from your relationships to your upcoming finals. No matter what you’re up against, the online resource called YOU@SDSTATE is built to connect you to campus information, resources and even quick pick-me-ups. YOU@SDSTATE is a unique and free web portal dedicated to student health, happiness and success. As the first technology of its kind on college campuses, YOU emphasizes individual well-being and self-awareness by dynamically serving up tips, online tools and SDSTATE campus resources that get you exactly what you need in the moment, 24/7/365. 

YOU helps you, as a college student, take charge of your future in three areas –– Succeed (academic and career), Thrive (physical and mental well-being) and Matter (purpose and connections). You can get started on your own journey of a healthy, happy college career by visiting Logging in using your MyState credentials is all that stands between you and a wealth of wisdom to help you Thrive, Matter and Succeed.

Questions? Contact Mariah Weber at or 605-688-4585.

Southeast Neighborhood

New. Close. Home.  Starbucks, parking, utilities, laundry and internet included. Pets allowed.  Two, three and four bedroom units available Call Residential Life for more information at 688-5148, or check-out the web site at:

Dairy Product Competition – Little International

Would you like to compete in Little International this spring? The Dairy Product Competition is looking for competitors. Each club may have one team with 3 members on it. If interested in competing this year, please send an email to by March 1st. In the email, please list Dairy Products Contest in the subject line and include club name with the names of the team members along with contact information for the team.

Dairy Club Cheese Boxes

Do you need a Christmas present for a friend or family member? Cheese please!!

Dairy Club is proud to present: Holiday Cheese Boxes. There are 13 varieties of cheese… select 4 of your choosing to make a personalized holiday box!  Each cheese box costs $25 to pick up and $35 delivered. Students can find order forms in the Dairy Bar or can buy these boxes during finals week in the Dairy Bar with Hobo Dough! Please direct any questions to

Feeding Brookings -- Call for Volunteers

Looking ahead to the holiday season, Feeding Brookings is in need of extra volunteers during the month of December to ensure that everyone is still able to receive the food we have to offer. If interested in volunteering and helping to spread holiday cheer please contact Intern Coordinator Anastasia Hoffer at or sign up at

SDSU Thank-A-Professor Program

Do you have a professor or Graduate Teaching Assistant who you feel has had a positive impacat on your experience at SDSU, made class especially exciting, or played a special role in helping you find success?

Here’s your chance to say “Thank You!” with the SDSU Thank-A-Professor Program. All you need to do is a quick submission form (anonymously or identify yourself) and your thank you will be delivered to your instructor by the SDSU Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning.

To participate, visit MyState or


Alexandra Farber

Students’ Association Communications Chair