Despite Dome renovations, USD seeing rise in fall sports revenue

When the university announced the decision to dish $26.3 million into DakotaDome renovations last October, the fall 2019 season became one that required sacrifice. In many ways, it has. The Dome’s normal 10,000-seat capacity is halved, ticket demand among both students and fans increased and every game day, the cheers of the USD crowd ricochet […]

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Medical School Dean receives prestigious women’s advancement award

The Dean of USD Stanford School of Medicine has been named the 2019-2020 recipient for the Elizabeth and Emily Blackwell Award for Outstanding Contributions to Advancing the Careers of Women in Medicine. The national award is presented by the American College of Physicians. Mary Nettleman has been the dean of the medical school since 2012 […]

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Have or need dress or winter clothes? These student two organizations are hosting donation bins

Two organizations are hosting clothing drives to help students prepare for job interviews and the cooler weather. Career Ambassadors is holding a professional clothing drive; the Civil Service Advisory Council (CSAC) is holding a coat and winter clothing drive. Both organizations have set up bins in various buildings around campus to collect the lipitor […]

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Coyote women prepare for encore to historic 2018-19 campaign

After cracking the Associated Press Top 25 poll and making the NCAA Tournament last season, the Coyote women’s basketball team, at USD Basketball Media Day Tuesday afternoon, made clear this year’s expectation will include a Summit League title and a third birth in the NCAA Tournament. The Coyotes return four starters from last year’s Summit […]

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