Story by Christian Hansen and Katrina Vyborny
Alcohol-related incidents killed more people aged 17-34 than any other cause last year.
Alcohol is seen as an especially large problem on college campuses across the U.S. At the University of South...Student Life
Only 1 percent of the Midwest population live on farms, according to PBS.com. Mariah Jo Miller, Mark Keck and Terry Robertson are members of that 1 percent.
First-year student Miller is from...Student Life
With Election Day less than a week away, it's time for students to weigh their options and cast their vote. This year the presidential election is between former Republican Massachusetts Gov. Mitt...Student Life
For many students at the University of South Dakota, this presidential election will be their first time voting.
USD surveyed 100 students on their election opinions. Fifty-nine percent of these...Student Life
The I.D. Weeks Library is in the process of moving its material onto digital databases. While not necessarily replacing physical collections, the library is increasing its use of online journals,...Student Life
Approximately 30 University of South Dakota students were cited for underage drinking at a Minnesota hotel Oct. 26.
The students had been celebrating a formal of USD’s chapter of the Phi Delta...Student Life
Former members of Congress Dan Miller and Max Sandlin discussed issues in American society today and answered questions from students and faculty had in an open forum as part of Congress to Campus...Student Life
Referred Law 16, the job market, American involvement in Libya and energy independence were the main topics of the Political Science League’s debate Oct. 24.
The debate opened with senior Teresa...Student Life
South Dakota Public Broadcasting hosted a debate Oct. 18 on the University of South campus between U.S. Rep. Kristi Noem (R-S.D.) and her Democratic opponent Matt Varilek.
The debate, which took...Student Life