DakotaCon 2018 Makes Cyber Security Fun with Games and Competitions

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On Mar 23 until Mar 25, (technically), the premiere security conference of Madison, SD was held at the Dakota Prairie Playhouse. The conference includes events, programs, and talks that all have some aspect of …

Overwatch League Finals Viewing

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Today, March 25, the DSU Esports Club hosted a viewing party of the stage 2 finals for the Overwatch League. The party was located in the TC Underground where students were invited to watch the …

Bigger City, Greater Activities

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                Do you ever wonder what kind of fun you can have outside of Madison, SD?  It’s no secret that this wonderful little town of ours doesn’t have much going for it in the …

10 Amazing Women, 10 Amazing Role Models

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Candice Caesar, U.S. Army, 1994-2000 Candice Caesar joined the US army as a personnel actions specialist, excited to serve her country.  A vehicle accident left her traumatized, paralyzed, and medically retired. She vowed to …

Congratulations to Dr. William Sewell

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Dr. William Sewell is a well-known professor of English Literature at DSU. Starting out at the University of Central Missouri, Dr. Sewell almost made it to his tenure; however, after careful consideration, he realized …

Review: DSU Theater’s “The Elephant Man” Goes Beyond the Stage

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This weekend, March 15-18, DSU Theater Company performed the play, “The Elephant Man” which teaches valuable lessons about kindness. On Saturday, March 17, the third day of the performance, I attended, not knowing exactly …

36 Hours in Madison

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36 Hours in Madison, South Dakota Named after the original town-on-a-lake, this community does more than enough to set itself apart. It’s time you see a piece of the heartlands that’s unlike anything in …

Kernel by Kernel: From Bitcoin to Corncoin

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Here at DSU we very seldom forget that we are surrounded by corn fields. This constant reminder of our rural existence sometimes sparks a decent joke or two, and every once in a while, …