Devin Martin is a senior at the University of South Dakota studying media/journalism and political science. He is from Chicago, is the news presentation editor for The Volante and a news anchor for Coyote News.
October 18th, 2016312A sexual assault occurred in Vermillion on October 11.
According to Lieutenant Crystal Brady at the Vermillion Police Department, the sexual assault was reported by a third party who passed on the information to VPD. The victim did not come forward.
The report was passed on to the detectives for investigation.
October 18th, 2016118Political science students are trying to create an opportunity to better relationships between Vermillion locals and USD students through a special farmers market event called “Get your local on.”
The event will take place Thursday, Oct. 27, from 3 to 7 p.m. at the Clay County Fairgrounds on High and Cherry Street.
This will be the...
September 27th, 2016117An assault occurred on campus Saturday morning at 2:15 A.M.
According to Lieutenant Jef Rice, two non-USD adults fought in parking lot 13 by North Complex.
A report has been filed and an investigation is ongoing....
September 10th, 2016528Good food, loud music and antique cars ruled supreme in downtown Vermillion this weekend.
The 12th annual Ribs, Rods & Rock ‘n Roll festival was held Sept. 9 and 10. The event included antique cars, bands, a barbecue competition and inflatable attractions for children.
Rich Job, the president of Ribs, Rods & Rock n’...
September 6th, 2016102The City of Vermillion’s Monday Council Meeting incorporated two weekly proclamations, information on Oktoberfest, Midco, Sidewalk bidding and the City Managers report on Sept. 6.
After roll call, the proclamations were issued by board members Tom Sorensen and Katherine Price for recognizing various group activities around...
August 30th, 2016261University administrators and students alike are continuing to debate the USD campus chalking policy — an issue which has continued for more than a year.
Many student organizations take to the sidewalks with chalk during welcome week to recruit more members while still others chalk to exercise their right
of free speech.
August 22nd, 2016489The new multi-million dollar Sanford Coyote Sports Center was on full display for all students to see Sunday night during a celebration to kick off the semester.
Hundreds of students waited in long lines to take tours of the new facility, eat free food and play games at the bash dubbed "YoteFest." Students also had a chance to win...