Trojan Rhymes: Night on Fire

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Night on Fire By Dillon Dwyer   You sparked me from your two stones and fresh tinder. Dancing, it was a mixing of elements. We called it combustion. They wanted to label it as …

Awkward Moments with Awkward Lisa #2

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By Breanne Butters

Faculty are People Too: Deb Tech

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Deb Tech is from the town of Norfolk in Nebraska and has several interests and hobbies that occupy her time in-between work and family. Deb likes to be outside so most of her hobbies …

Don’t Shoot The Messenger: Interview with Helios

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Messenger #7: Interview with Helios Another transcript, this one of a conversation with Helios. Caper had come to visit me, but I figured that for Helios’s interview I would visit his place. Part of …

Homecoming 2014: Football DSU vs Presentation College

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The stands were packed with DSU fans all preparing for a good game against the Saints on a beautiful September day. Kickoff for the Homecoming game started at 4:30pm with a roar of cheering …

Gallery: Football DSU vs Valley City 2014

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On Saturday, September 13th, Dakota State University took on the Valley City Vikings in a home football match. DSU was looking to improve their record to 3-0, but were dealt a tough loss. The …

Trojan Rhymes: Over, Easy

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Over, Easy By Ashley Geditz   I, an able heart, the whole time could have stood, gotten to my feet— and walked away.   You never wrote a line for me Just spilled your …

Video Game University #2

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By Chris Leonhardt  

Of English and Marathons

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Most people know Dr. John Nelson as one of those cool English Professors. Few people on DSU know the exciting athletic history behind this bespectacled beacon of the literary arts. Professor Nelson, a lifelong …

Trojan Rhymes: Your Tin Man

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Your Tin Man by John Nelson   You found me in the forest where my axe was paused, my chest ready to fill like a can of preserves. Apples and rhubarb saved me. The …