Category : Features

Parking Problems, Slowing Down or Speeding Up?

7 years ago / 2 comments

Cortney Slaight Parking seems to be a popular topic around Dakota State University among students and faculty. Whether it’s the amount of parking spaces, the cost of parking tags, or ticketing, it seems everyone …

/AFK Monday!

7 years ago / 3 comments

Nicholas Brosz The regulars of the local coffee and wine shop, Mochavino, witnessed a delightful gathering of posh college students and professors on Monday, March 21st. The group, called /afk, invaded the shop to …

Lights Out at DSU, but Students Power Through!

7 years ago / 1 comments

Danielle Rowe DSU students and faculty experienced darkness on Tuesday morning of March 23, after an unexpected city power outage. The dim and dreary morning began at approximately 8:15 a.m. when utility lines were …

Cure Your Winter Fashion Blues

7 years ago / 0 comments

Cortney Slaight This newest round of snow has given me a serious case of the winter blues. I’m sick of every sweater, coat, scarf, hat, pair of boots, everything in my closet, and ready …

CAC Hosts Testicle Festival at DSU!

7 years ago / 1 comments

By Melissa jean During the week of February 14, Colleges Against Cancer (CAC) held various events in order to raise awareness about testicular cancer and referred to the weeklong festivities as “Testicle Festival.” To …

To Tablet or Not to Tablet?

8 years ago / 1 comments

Nicholas Brosz As technology continues to advance, barriers and boundaries between products are constantly broken down as the pioneers lead the way towards others; taking steps forward to improve or perfect the original concept. …

Eventful Frost Bites Week by SAB

8 years ago / 0 comments

Chrystal Nelson Thursday, February 3 was a night of fascinating fun that has not been to Dakota State University yet. Instead of the usual comedian that would normally attend our events, SAB sponsored Mentalist …

How will K-12 Budget Cuts Affect DSU Education Majors?

8 years ago / 0 comments

Nicholas Brosz It is difficult to ignore the economic struggle that our country is in at the moment. Every time someone turns on the news, there is something about the economy to make us …

Debi Collins: DSU Worker and Fighter

8 years ago / 0 comments

Chrystal Nelson Trojan Times often features a member associated with DSU that is considered exceptional to students, as well as other staff. This week Debi Collins has been chosen as “Staff Member of the …

DSU's Marketing Tour Walks Like Egyptians

8 years ago / 0 comments

Danielle Rowe The 2010-2011 holiday break created an opportunity of a lifetime that allowed DSU students to expand their international learning horizons.  On December 27, 2010 a small group of excited students stepped into …