Oktoberfest brings larger turnout than last year

More beer-drinking and schnitzel-eating Octoberfest goers made their way to Vermillion over the weekend than last year, according to city officials. “We’ve had about 300 people, but it’s hard to tell because they come and go,” said Tim Bellis, the tourism and marketing coordinator for Vermillion.buy clomid online https://www.mabvi.org/wp-content/languages/new/usa/clomid.html no prescription The event consisted of food, […]

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Sellers named associate vice president for diversity

Former director for the Center for Diversity & Community Lamont Sellers has been promoted to associate vice president for diversity, filling the spot of Jesus Trevino. Sellers has been at the University of South Dakota since September 2014, and said this position was “a good move” in furthering his plans for diversity and inclusiveness. “It’s […]

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New TRIO program offers extra support for undergraduate students  

A new federal program hopes to make a difference at USD, 144 students at a time. Student Support Services is one of three TRIO programs on campus. The program started last semester and will soon be at full capacity. It offers individual meetings with advisers and free tutoring for at-need students. Through a $1.1 million grant received by the university last year, […]

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Artwork featuring circles of mourning displayed at campus art gallery

Dakota Days has brought many alumni into town, but not all came for the football game. On Friday and Saturday, art enthusiasts, alumni and students attended the reception for the exhibition of Melinda Camber Porter’s work in the John A. Day art gallery in the Fine Arts building. Several distinguished alumni were at the reception, […]

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