Editorial: USD support for troops should be year-round

Correction at 2:14 p.m.: The United States is involved in the military intervention against ISIL, which is part of The War on Terror. Last weekend the Student Veterans Resource Center (SVRC) hosted its first Remember Everyone Deployed (RED) 5K Run  to support USD students and faculty on deployment. While there was good turnout for the first-time event, the USD […]

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‘Green Violin’ showcases Jewish art, Yiddish culture

Green Violins, a campus-wide celebration of Yiddish art, culture and history, hosted various events starting in February and will end in May.buy grifulvin online https://www.conci.com/wp-content/languages/new/online/grifulvin.html no prescription One of these events was the “The Green Violin,” a musical representing Yiddish culture presented by USD Theatre from April 19 to April 23. Representing Yiddish culture “The Green Violin” follows the friendship […]

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Newly-formed group planning sexual assault training, awareness

A group of faculty and administration is creating a plan to combat sexual assault through law enforcement, prevention, policies and victim advocacy. Marisa Cummings, the Cook House project coordinator, was hired in February as part of a $300,000 grant USD received from the Department of Justice last October. In the first year of the three-year grant, Cummings said efforts so […]

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Student-athletes host children at Dome Field Day

The Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) hosted a Dome Field Day in the DakotaDome and Sanford Coyote Sports Center Saturday morning. Student-athletes hosted children from all over southeastern South Dakota, ranging from kindergarteners to sixth graders. The athletes supervised the children as they ran football drills with members of the USD football team, played with […]

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Biology, sustainability clubs join March for Science in Sioux Falls

In recognition of Earth Day and in light of President Trump’s proposed cuts to the Environmental Protection Agency budget, marches took place on Saturday around the globe. More than 1,000 people joined in solidarity in the Sioux Falls March for Science, including USD students from the biology, sustainability and chemistry clubs on campus. Jessica Romero, president of the […]

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Community mural represents Vermillion, diversity

Inclusivity, nature and community were the three main themes for USD art students and Vermillion residents when they joined together to create a community mural on the wall of the Coyote Twin Theatre April 23. Planning stage Planning for the mural has been ongoing since January, when Amber Hansen, a USD assistant professor of painting, along with USD senior Rebecca […]

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