Molly Sperlich is a sophomore at the University of South Dakota double-majoring in Media & Journalism and English. She is the Sports Presentation Editor. Molly also works as the Digital Editor for Coyote News.
January 24th, 201869Jacob Safranek is a sophomore secondary education and English double major.
Molly Sperlich: Did you enjoy your Christmas break?
Jacob Safranek: Yeah, it was pretty fun.
MS: Did you go anywhere special?
JS: No, not really. My boyfriend came to visit me so we just went into Omaha and I showed him around.
MS: Were you ready...
January 23rd, 201888On Friday afternoon, the National Music Museum had the first performance of their spring NMM Live! four concert series.
The performance, titled “Rebecca Zimmerman and Friends,” featured various USD faculty members as well as musicians from other areas.
Unfortunately, Rebecca Zimmerman was unable to perform due to illness. The...
December 5th, 2017193Two USD students played in a joint music recital this weekend.
Senior Marty Balmer and first-year Nicole Santos, who play violin and piano, respectively, performed in Farber Hall Saturday afternoon.
Balmer started playing violin at age five. He said he quickly realized it was his passion.
"I think I always knew...
November 14th, 2017163Taala, an event held by the international club celebrating Southern and East Asian cultures, was held Sunday night in the Muenster University Center ballroom.
International club president Talita Fantauzzi, a sophomore media & journalism and international studies double major from Brazil, organized the event to celebrate various...
November 1st, 2017106Eighty to 90 student musicians play at games, tour to 15 high schools in the region and rehearse more than four hours a week as members of the Sound of USD.
Three band students share how being a part of the marching band has impacted their college experiences.
Busy, but fun
Emily Gillespie, a sophomore business...
October 30th, 201776Speech and debate teaches students to view the world with an open mind and accept different perspectives.
The USD speech and debate team showcased their pieces in Farber Hall on Oct. 26. USD students, faculty members and families came to see the showcase.
Bailey Quanbeck, a senior and president of the speech and debate team,...
October 25th, 2017256Philosophy is all about admitting that one knows nothing.
That's what Joseph Tinguely, assistant professor of philosophy, said about his chosen field.
Tinguely grew up in North Dakota and received his bachelor's in philosophy from St. Johns University. He then attended the New School of Social Research in Manhattan, where he got...
October 9th, 2017114More than 50 students and community members attended a performance at the National Music Museum Friday for a night of music.
USD music education professor Ioana Galu performed at the NMM as part of the fall 2017 NMM Live!, a series of various performances throughout the year.
Hannah Grantham, a graduate assistant working towards...
September 27th, 201797Before a production is ready for an audience, its cast and crew puts in an immense amount of time and effort to perfect the show.
Work for "Rhinoceros" began last semester. The design process for a production this size can take eight to 12 weeks, said technical director Scott Mollman.
The crew has multiple production meetings where...