Spring breakers prepare for trips

Thinking about Spring Break may bring up thoughts of bikinis and the beach, but organizations on campus are using it as an opportunity to do good. Groups such as Habitat for Humanity and the Alternative Week of Off-Campus Learning program utilize the break to take service trips during Spring Break. This year Habitat for Humanity […]

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Fundraiser doubles attendance

Crab-stuffed mushrooms, Chardonnay and sonnets marked the second “Wine with Will” event Feb. 28, and organizers gathered contributions to bring one of Shakespeare’s classic comedies to Vermillion. The wine-pairing event at the University of South Dakota serves as the largest annual fundraiser for the South Dakota Shakespeare Festival. This year’s affair doubled in attendance, said […]

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Dress fun for Spring Break

The long-awaited time of year is finally upon us. No, I’m not talking about midterms — no one gets their hopes up or becomes excited for those — but rather, Spring Break. Depending on the type of person you are, you’ll either have a crazy or relaxed Spring Break. Your attire will reflect that. Outfits […]

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Orchestra concert brings two famous pieces

The University of South Dakota’s orchestra will take on two classic pieces Thursday as part of the Spring Orchestra Concert. The orchestra will play Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony, a piece known for its powerful opening notes, and Sergei Prokofiev’s “Peter and the Wolf”, a Russian piece originally made to teach children about different instruments.  Professor of […]

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