GAF funding, ‘Tapingo’ app main topics at SGA meeting

Students might soon be able to order on-campus food online thanks to a new smart device application that Student Government Association Senators voted on Tuesday evening. Associate dean of student services, John Howe, explained how “Tapingo,” which would allow students to preorder on-campus food online before picking it up, would work. Howe said the application […]

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Vermillion ‘gets their local on’ with farmers market event

Political science students are trying to create an opportunity to better relationships between Vermillion locals and USD students through a special farmers market event called “Get your local on.” The event will take place Thursday, Oct. 27, from 3 to 7 p.m. at the Clay County Fairgrounds on High and Cherry Street. This will be […]

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Associate professor looks to create USD sustainability graduate program

To further an effort to become a “green” university, USD is pursuing a graduate program in sustainability. Meghann Jarchow, the sustainability coordinator and associate professor is going through the motions in order to get the graduate program approved and running. Jarchow said that the process started with the grant money that was received. With that, […]

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