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DSU Debuts “Campus Watch” Program

       MADISON, S.D.- On college campuses across the country a big concern is safety, especially when students are out and about late in the evening. Staff at Dakota State University in Madison are taking a proactive approach to keep people safe. Juniors Nathan Kramer and Ezra Chona have always made it a top priority to look out for their friends…

Public Safety leader taking job at Dakota State University

PIERRE, S.D. (AP) – The head of South Dakota’s Department of Public Safety is leaving to take a job with Dakota State University. DPS Secretary Trevor Jones says he will be working in the digital forensics lab at the Madison school. Jones has led the Public Safety department during Gov. Dennis Daugaard’s administration, following a 20-year career in law enforcement….

Levitt at the Falls Names Its First CEO

Levitt at the Falls, the outdoor music venue opening in 2019 at Falls Park West, has hired its first CEO. Nancy Halverson is currently the President and CEO of The Children’s Museum of the Upstate (TCMU), in Greenville, South Carolina. TCMU, under her leadership, the 7th largest children’s museum in the country has received numerous awards and accolades including an invitation…

DSU Students Defend Against Cyber Attacks

MADISON, S.D.-  As technology advances cyber threats continue to be a growing issue. Recent controversies include the Equifax data breach and Facebook breach, but students at Dakota State University are learning how to protect your information. Soon they’ll put their knowledge to the test. DSU students in the Defensive Security Club are one of ten teams competing in the National…

DSU to Play Esports at Collegiate Level

MADISON, S.D.- In his free time dsu sophomore Dominic Sharma likes to play video games, especially heroes of storm. Soon he hopes to use his passion to help pay off his college tuition. Dominic learned about competitive gaming or esports in middle school. “I was like ‘hey this looks fun, i could win money and i’m pretty good even though…