Story by Katie McGuire and Payton Randle
Overflow is not a new concept for first-year students at the University of South Dakota, as many are finding themselves packed like sardines within their residence halls.
Phil Covington, the associate...Student Life
From Yale’s “Handsome Dan” the bulldog to Penn State’s out-of-commission Coach Paterno, the role of iconic on-campus statues have made their mark on the college scene. And the University of...Student Life
August 25 marks move in day for new students, and it also is the start of welcome week at the University of South Dakota.
This year welcome week events are open to all USD students and run from...Student Life
Even though the summer months mean vacation time for many University of South Dakota students, some are still working hard for a good cause.
The USD Dance Marathon Executive Team will host a car...Student Life
Although driving under the influence is illegal, more than 9,000 people were arrested in 2010 in South Dakota, according to the Department of Public Safety. To combat drunk driving, April is Parents...Student Life
The city of Vermillion sees the majority of the university population disappear during the summer. But for those students who stay, there are many options for housing, some more affordable than...Student Life
Two Sioux City roller derby clubs are donating proceeds from upcoming bouts to a University of South Dakota organization.
Saturday, the Sioux City Roller Dames and Korn Stalkers will each play a...Student Life
While most students are enjoying the warm spring weather, others are complaining. They’re not necessarily mad that it’s hot, they’re upset because air conditioning in North Complex isn’t...Student Life
With the price of gasoline less than a dime away from last year’s high, University of South Dakota staff and faculty commuters are considering a cost-effective alternative carpooling.