Editorial: Inclusion of women in sports benefits community

People in 2015 were seen as “pushy” or “overly-sensitive” for openly defending equality. What should be seen as progress and a push toward inclusiveness of all peoples was mocked. With equality comes inclusiveness, and that goes for every group of people, regardless of any demographic. Universities can sometimes threaten inclusiveness, especially when it comes to gender. […]

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Fifth ‘final’ game in the DakotaDome sees Coyote women face off against Oregon in WNIT Final Four

The USD women’s basketball team is feeling the madness of March. Wednesday night the Coyotes will be taking on the Oregon Ducks in Vermillion for a chance to go to the final game of the Women’s National Invitational Tournament. The USD women are coming off of a Sunday night 68-54 win over Western Kentucky. “(I’m) just […]

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Grad student driven by passion to protect ecosystems

For USD graduate student Brianna Henry, insects are all the buzz. Henry, who’s studying the effects of agriculture on aquatic insect populations, was awarded a prestigious fellowship funded by the National Science Foundation which provides a stipend and covers tuition for up to three years. Henry graduated from the Clarion University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelor’s […]

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