Chances are, the average college student has not had the opportunity to attend a presentation at which the speaker has declared his intentions to perform "The Syphilis Song" and teach his audience how to get as much sex as they want.
On Sept. 22....Feature
A St. Paul, Minn.,-based trio provided a lesson in Scottish and Irish music as part of the National Music Museum's Brown Bag Lunch program Sept. 16.
The trio, comprised of instrumentalist Laura...Feature
A new ballet class is being offered at the Wellness Center Saturdays at 10:30 a.m. Taught by Maddison Kissick, a 24-year-old graduate student, the class is for anyone, from beginner to expert,...Feature
Inhaling slowly, he pauses to look at the two hundred filled seats in the auditorium, all eyes on him. As he exhales he recalls the staccatos and crescendos he so diligently practiced and places his...Feature
Gallery 110, part of the University Art Galleries, recently hosted an exhibit from the University Loan Gallery, featuring local artists.
The University Loan Gallery loans works of art from its...Feature
Crude singing puppets, gruesome murders, death row reflections, comedy and women's issues — the University of South Dakota Theater Department 2011-2012 season has it all.
The season kicks off in...Feature
When senior Kilpana Prajapati came to the University of South Dakota three years ago from Nepal, she wanted to get involved in the annual Festival of Nations to show her culture and its food to...Feature
Taxes are due April 18 this year because a Washington, D.C., holiday falls on the usual April 15 date and is followed by a Saturday.
Third-year law student Weston Cole has spent time learning...Feature