Teachers and gun violence have taken center stage since the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary last December.
As teachers around the nation contend with the possibility of armed protection in schools, University of South Dakota education students...National
Former South Dakota Sen. James Abourezk headlined as the keynote speaker for a public forum on the state of affairs in the Middle East at the University of South Dakota Jan.14.
After months of grueling debates, frustrating social media posts and countless campaign ads, the 2012 presidential election has come to a close.
At 11:55 p.m. Tuesday, Gov. Mitt Romney conceded to...National
A U.S. Supreme Court case will not change the University of South Dakota’s attitude toward admissions.
Fisher v. University of Texas surrounds a student who claims she was denied admission to...National
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...National
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...National
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...National
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...National
The W.O. Farber Center for Civic Leadership and the University of South Dakota Political Science League will join together to bring former U.S. Representatives Stephanie Herseth Sandlin, her husband...National