Posts made in February, 2015

Archives, Features, Winter 2015

Purple Heart for Alum

Feb 27, 2015

Purple Heart for Alum

When Richard Bogue ’14 enrolled at SDSU he just wanted to serve his country and earn a degree.

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Alumni News and Events, Archives, Winter 2015

Jackrabbit Pride

Feb 27, 2015

Jackrabbit Pride

From the Afghanistan to the annual Festival of Trees, Jackrabbits gather to show their school pride.

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Archives, Class Notes, Winter 2015

Feb 27, 2015

Class News

SDSU alums share their latest life news from new babies, marriages, promotions and more.

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Archives, Features, Winter 2015

Brookings to Broadway

Feb 27, 2015

Brookings to Broadway

Carrie Brinker ’06/’08 is living her dream as an associate theater manager on Broadway.

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Archives, Features, Winter 2015

Biking for a Purpose

Feb 27, 2015

Biking for a Purpose

A group of five students and alumni rode nearly 10,000 miles to raise money for a school in Honduras.

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Archives, Features, Winter 2015

Tim Czmowski cheese a way of life

Feb 27, 2015

Tim Czmowski cheese a way of life

Tim Czmowski ’85 has made cheese his vocation and avocation.

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Archives, Features, Winter 2015

Chuck Raasch comments on the Daschle-Lott conversation — first of the Daschle Dialogues series

Feb 27, 2015

Chuck Raasch comments on the Daschle-Lott conversation — first of the Daschle Dialogues series

Chuck Raasch ’76 gives his perspective on the first Daschle Dialogues held in October.

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Alumni News and Events, Archives, Winter 2015

Feb 27, 2015

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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Archives, Features, Winter 2015

Alumna becomes first female Chief Master Sergeant for the 114th Security Forces Squadron

Feb 27, 2015

Alumna becomes first female Chief Master Sergeant for the 114th Security Forces Squadron

Jeanne Gacke ’96 became the South Dakota Air National Guard’s first female Chief Master Sergeant by putting the mission first.

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Archives, Looking Back, Winter 2015

Willibald C. Bianchi

Feb 27, 2015

Willibald C. Bianchi

When Willibald C. Bianchi was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor “for conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity above and beyond the call of duty,” he became the only South Dakota State University graduate ever to receive the military’s highest honor. Bianchi was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor for his bravery in battle prior to the […]

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