USD pole vaulter Chris Nilsen involved in domestic dispute

No charges have been filed after USD junior pole vaulter Chris Nilsen was involved in a “domestic situation” with his wife, Kelly Vogel-Nilsen, on April 7, 2019, according to a report from the Vermillion Police Department. At 1:08 a.m., a neighbor of Nilsen’s called the police after hearing a female yelling “help” from across their […]

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Turning Point USA founder speaks at USD

Farber Hall saw 120 students and community members–both conservative and liberal–for questions and answer program with conservative activist Charlie Kirk on Thursday. Kirk founded Turning Point USA, an American conservative nonprofit organization, in 2012. Since its founding, the group has developed a professor watchlist with names of professors alleged to discriminate against conservative students in […]

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SGA revisits last week’s food and clothing exemptions

One missing amendment was added into the constitution while another’s validity was questioned at SGA’s last meeting of the semester. Amendments that were passed in previous administrations, but never made it into a physical document, were addressed by Brady Jandl, director of operations. Jandl argued the amendment to the fiscal guidelines regarding who can vote […]

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