As Kathy Aalfs cut the ribbon concluding the ceremony at Slagle Hall, alumni and faculty of the University of South Dakota stood and clapped as the auditorium received a new name.
The formerly named Slagle Auditorium became the Bailey and Kathy...Feature
Senior James Payer II stood on the stage in Slagle Auditorium Tuesday night, anxious because his name hadn't been called yet. Then, Payer was selected as the final member of the Dakota Days king and...Feature
The University of South Dakota kicked off Dakota Days Monday night with a free comedy show, which almost filled Slagle Auditorium to its 1,250-person capacity.
The Dakota Days Planning Committee...Feature
Driving through South Dakota, there are thousands of signs saying a variety of different things. These signs may say some kind of command that will keep drivers safe on the roadway. One sign,...Feature
The University of South Dakota Chamber Choir puts in many hours of work every year. This year, their work paid off in a big way. They were selected as one of five finalists in The American Prize in...Feature
In two and a half years, Paradise Fears, a local Vermillion band, went from playing in churches and classrooms to landing a U.S. tour with three big-name bands.
The band members, consisting of Sam...Feature
Sophomore Emily Dorsett admitted she put so much thought and energy into her role in the play "God of Carnage" that she dreamt up stage directions without realizing it.
"I could have sworn Eric...Feature
In two and a half years, Paradise Fears went from playing in churches and classrooms to landing a U.S. tour with three big name bands.
The Vermillion native band, consisting of Sam Miller, Cole...Feature
Her works practically jump off the canvas.
Cerese Vaden, an art professor at the University of Arizona in Tucson, will teach her skills to graduate students of the University of South Dakota art...Feature