Women extend win streak to five in a row after defeating Valparaiso

The University of South Dakota women’s basketball team continued its strong start to the season as they defeated Valparaiso 81-62 Tuesday night in the DakotaDome. Just like their previous game before, the Coyotes opened up the game quickly. This time it was a 10-0 run led by junior guard Tia Hemiller’s two steals which setup four fast break […]

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Students say social change depends on education, dialogue in response to nationwide protests

A group of 250 Syracuse University students staged a “die-in” Monday, which lasted four and a half minutes to symbolize the four and a half hours Michael Brown’s body was in the streets of Ferguson, Mo., following his death. More than 150 protesters, including many UC Berkeley students, were arrested the same day following a march […]

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Professors do more than teach

At the University of South Dakota, professors do more than merely teach. The tripartite model utilized by USD requires professors to fulfill three qualifications — teach, research and serve. College of Arts and Sciences Dean Matt Moen said while teaching is the principal role, research is also vital. “(Doing research in their field) is designed to keep them engaged in […]

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