The devastating effects of suicide claim the lives of more than 34,000 people each year.
A hundred and one volunteer students will take a pledge of silence for the National Day of Silence Oct. 16 to bring suicide awareness to campus.
Dakota Days is known for providing a week full of excitement, fun and school spirit for faculty and students alike. However, this year the University of South Dakota will not just be celebrating...Student Life
While the University of South Dakota celebrates its 150th anniversary, The Volante is celebrating a milestone of its own — 125 years as USD’s student-run newspaper.
Patrick Lalley, managing...Student Life
This fall, the University of South Dakota became the first Board of Regents’ university to permit alcohol in select residence halls.
Pertaining only to McFadden and Coyote Village, the new rule...Student Life
The first-year class at the University of South Dakota broke records yet again.
USD enrolled 1,251 students in its 2012 first-year class, which is an 11 percent increase from last year. The...Student Life
Underage referrals and citations for consumption of alcohol have tripled this year at the University of South Dakota compared to 2011, police officials said.
According to the University Police...Student Life
Beginning January 2013, the University of South Dakota campus will officially be smoke-free.
SGA President Alissa VanMeeteren and Vice President DJ Smith met with the executive committee Monday to...Student Life
Every year in the U.S., an average 5 to 20 percent of the population contracts the flu, according to FluMist.com.
Starting Sept. 25, University of South Dakota Student Health Services, located in...Student Life
The University of South Dakota’s Student Government Association hosted a forum Sept. 25 to discuss Chick-fil-A coming to campus.
The discussion was held in light of CEO Dan Cathy’s statements...Student Life