In its second semester as a University of South Dakota organization, the American Sign Language Club is doing big things — like landing a screening of the 2010 award-winning documentary “See What I’m Saying: The Deaf Entertainers...Student Life
As fifth-grader Fatima Anees took a bite of the orange Indian chicken on her plate, her eyes bulged as the heat of the dish snarled her tongue and mouth in a wave of fire. After racing to the corner...Student Life
With platefuls of colorful and aromatic cuisine, participants of the 2012 Festival of Nations at the University of South Dakota received a taste of the diversity in and around campus.
Held in the...Student Life
More than 50 runners and walkers took the streets of Vermillion early Saturday morning to compete in a 5K and support a local charity.
Medical student members of the South Dakota State Medical...Student Life
"It was August 13th around 10 p.m. when we were attacked and more than a hundred people, almost 200 hundred people, were killed in just three hours. I survived with my family, but my sister was shot...Student Life
When Saturnino John came to the United States as a refugee in 1994 from the Republic of South Sudan, he always knew he would one day go back.
“Ever since I came to this country, I wanted to...Student Life
Vince Lombardi is a household name among football fans. Known for his motivational speeches, his career as a sports manager, as well as countless others in sports management, will form the foundation...Student Life
Students at the University of South Dakota have the opportunity to be a member of any group that interests them. If there isn't a group they'd like to be a part of, they can make one themselves, and...Student Life