Associate professor of music and director of the University of South Dakota jazz ensembles Christopher Kocher decided to try something different for the jazz ensemble winter concert.
The USD jazz ensemble will play “Everything in its Right...Feature
According to the World Health Organization, 121 million people worldwide suffer from depression.
A national non-profit organization, To Write Love on Her Arms, is seeking to educate University of...Feature
Alison Erazmus, director of University Art Galleries, said although displaying the art by Chicago-based painters Phyllis Bramson and Adam Scott might be offensive to some people, she wants to exhibit...Feature
When he presents his one-act play this coming weekend, graduate student Jaehoon Kim will be presenting his work to an American audience for the first time.
“I was a director in (South) Korea,...Feature
David Higgs always knew he wanted to perform on the organ. From the time he was three years old, he would come home after church and pretend to play an organ using his mother's couch.
Now Higgs is...Feature
Sophomore Sarah Soles listens to a lot of music. When she first heard the band Halloween Town, she said she liked them instantly.
"They remind me of Coconut Records with a little bit of Kings of...Feature
Darin Wadley, associate professor of music and percussion ensemble instructor, is trying something completely different for this year's percussion ensemble concert than he ever has at the University...Feature
Nationally-recognized pianist Adam Golka attended college at the age of 15 at Texas Christian University. The now 24-year-old is set to perform and teach a master class at the University of South...Feature