Devin Martin is a sophomore at the University of South Dakota studying media/journalism and political science. He is from Chicago, is the verve assistant editor for The Volante and a news anchor for Coyote News.
September 23rd, 20178Madelin Klamm is a junior majoring in marketing from Valley Springs, SD.
Devin Martin: What is your spirit animal and why?
Madelin Klamm: I would probably pick my favorite animal — it's a parrot. They're colorful, they live a very long time, they're smart for birds (and for animals in general) and they can fly, so I like that...
September 18th, 201795Swimming, running and biking were the names of the games Sunday at the Wellness Center for the inaugural Tri-Yote-athon.
Competitors had set rules and times for each of the three events.
“Competitors have 20 minutes in the DakotaDome pool, 20 minutes in the outdoor track and 20 minutes in (the Wellness Center) on a stationary...
September 17th, 201730Jared Thorson is a junior from Cedar Rapids, IA, majoring in business administration.
Devin Martin: What's your favorite season and why?
Jared Thorson: Easily autumn because of football.
DM: So what do you have planned for autumn? Anything else besides attending the football games?
JT: Just because of the weekends. You...
September 5th, 2017142Eid al-Adha, also known as the "feast of sacrifice," was hosted by the Muslim Student Association in the Muenster University Center Ballroom Tuesday night.
Traditional Muslim dishes were served, and attendees could try out an Arabic calligraphy transcribing table and were welcome to try on hujub.
MSA President Zaben Alhasani, a...
September 5th, 201731Natalie Etzel is a junior health service administration major from Delnal, MN.
Devin Martin: What are some of your hobbies?
Natalie Etzel: I work at Qdoba, I work there a lot (as) a student manager. I love working out at the Wellness Center, I love being outdoors. I am originally from Minnesota. I love the lakes, the forests...
August 29th, 2017153Campus gained seven new works of art over the summer.
The on-campus sculptures were placed by SculptureWalk, a nonprofit based in downtown Sioux Falls, where displays are rotated annually.
“I do a special call to sculptors for USD and Vermillion," said Jim Clark, director of SculptureWalk. "They have committees and select their...
August 29th, 201797Elizabeth Heikens is a sophomore from Spencer, IA majoring in marketing and piano performance.
Devin Martin: What is your favorite memory?
Elizabeth Heikens: My favorite memory is definitely a lot of good childhood memories, but if I had to choose one of my favorites it would be going to my first piano recital. I really had a...
April 25th, 2017111Green Violins, a campus-wide celebration of Yiddish art, culture and history, hosted various events starting in February and will end in May.
One of these events was the “The Green Violin,” a musical representing Yiddish culture presented by USD Theatre from April 19 to April 23.
Representing Yiddish culture
April 21st, 2017125“Green Violin” is a USD theater department production that took place from April 19-23 in the Wayne N. Knutson Theatre.
Director of the "Green Violin" Chaya Gordon-Bland said the production reflects Yiddish culture.
“It’s a play about a theater company and it is about Jewish artists and Jewish art. We have the artwork of Marc...