Posts made in October, 2012

Alumni News and Events, Archives, Fall 2012

Jackrabbit Pride

Oct 16, 2012

Jackrabbit Pride

Jackrabbit alums come together for a 50-year reunion, baseball and a movie night.

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Alumni News and Events, Archives, Fall 2012

Oct 16, 2012

Where we’ve been

Check out all the different places and events the SDSU Alumni Association has been to over the last several months.

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Alumni News and Events, Archives, Fall 2012

Oct 16, 2012

Calendar of Events

The SDSU Alumni Association will be out and about this fall and winter.

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Archives, Fall 2012, Features

100 Years of Hobo Day

Oct 15, 2012

100 Years of Hobo Day

Hobo Day 1912 resembles Hobo Day 2012 about as much the Bummobile does a hybrid SUV.

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Archives, Fall 2012, Features

’Bos to Bears

Oct 15, 2012

’Bos to Bears

Asking students to dress like hobos is a sure way to bring out zany behavior in college students.

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Archives, Fall 2012, Features

A Prideful History

Oct 15, 2012

A Prideful History

A 1966 public address announcer coined the named “Pride of the Dakotas.”

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Archives, Fall 2012, Features

Bummobile favors Hobo Day

Oct 15, 2012

Bummobile favors Hobo Day

I was born as a Model T Ford in 1912 right out of Henry Ford’s factory …

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Archives, Fall 2012, Foundation News

Drive launched to build indoor practice facility

Oct 15, 2012

Drive launched to build indoor practice facility

SDSU has secured leadership investments exceeding $18 million and has formally launched a fundraising effort to build an indoor practice and human performance facility.

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Archives, Fall 2012, On the Green

Dunn’s ‘Depictions of Weather’ on display at Art Museum

Oct 15, 2012

Dunn’s ‘Depictions of Weather’ on display at Art Museum

Dunn’s portrayal of weather demonstrates the ever changing, South Dakota conditions detailed in his prairie homestead images.

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Archives, Fall 2012, Features

Parade perspectives

Oct 15, 2012

Parade perspectives

Whether a spectator or a spectacle, there’s no such thing as a bad Hobo Day.

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