Husband and wife professor duo have diverse backgrounds, teach diverse subjects

In side-by-side offices in Dakota Hall, Tim Schorn and Ilmira Dulyanova are a unique, international husband and wife teaching duo. Dulyanova, an adjunct Russian instructor at USD, first arrived in the United States in 2004 on a Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant program to teach Russian at USD. She is originally from Tashkent, the capital of […]

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UPD prepares for increased activity during Dakota Days

With Dakota Days approaching next week, the University Police Department is preparing for the big weekend. Lieutenant Jef Rice said D-Days weekend is something the department plans for all year. “Its one of those deals, it is a very big event here. Just like Move-In Day is and it isn’t something like, ‘oh we’re two weeks out, we […]

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‘Two Gentlemen of Verona’ cast prepares for opening night

USD’s Department of Theatre has been hard at work preparing for their upcoming production of “Two Gentlemen of Verona,” a Shakespeare play that is believed to have been written around 1593. The upcoming production will bring both modern and traditional elements to the show. Allie Verry, a senior acting major, said that throwing in some modern music into […]

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Array of security features protects athletes, fans at Sanford Coyotes Sports Center

A weight room and basketball court aren’t the only features of the newly opened Sanford Coyotes Sports Center. Installed throughout the building is an array of high-tech security features ranging from cameras to doors that can only be opened with an ID card. Associate Athletic Director Jeanette Hubert said there’s more security in the building […]

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