It is the end of another semester and it seems like there are many thoughts about the year so far at DSU and about “things” in general.
The Men’s and women’s Track and Field team will kick off their indoor season this weekend at Wayne State College in Wayne, NE.
The Dakota State University women’s basketball team began a four-game home stand Monday night at the DSU Fieldhouse. The Trojans hosted Mount Marty College in a non-conference game. The Lancers rallied in the second-half to secure a 59-55 win.
On Friday, November 19th, the DSU Math and Science Club transformed the TC Marketplace into Cafeteria Stadium where four competitors tried their hand at making a cuisine that would reign supreme over the others. …
On Thursday, November 18, two DSU faculty and one student stepped away from their keyboards and up to the mic in Myxers and, with their fiction and verse, wowed the group of about 25 in attendance. Dr. John Nelson, Dr. Daniel Weinstein, and DSU junior Nic Brosz each shared original selections while an appreciative audience responded with thoughtful smiles and occasional laughter.
Final Exams are fast approaching, which can push students into panic mode overload. Before the panic and anticipation begins to control you, there are some tips, tricks, and resources provided at DSU to help you succeed during this stressful time frame.
The DSU men’s basketball team took on NCAA DII Augustana on Friday night, in a thrilling exhibition game at the Elmen Center. The Trojans held on to a 1-point lead at halftime to beat the Vikings by 1, 52-51.
After a tough DAC conference meet, the men and women’s cross country team sent four individual qualifiers to the NAIA National Cross Country meet in Vancouver, Washington on November 20th. The meet was held at Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, hosted by Cascade Collegiate conference and Concordia (Ore.) University.