Friends aren’t therapy

In college, many people find their lifelong friends and tend to disclose information about themselves they wouldn’t tell just anyone. Finding those friends and building those relationships can be life-changing for many people, but when does disclosing information and venting about the drama in your life become more than just that? When does mock a […]

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Drengenberg makes history as Coyotes take second at National Championships

Sophomore Leah Drengenberg led the Coyotes to a second-place finish at the USA Triathlon Collegiate National Championships in Tempe, Arizona on Saturday. In the process, she became the university’s first All-American triathlete. Drengenberg crossed the finish line in one hour, seven minutes and 21 seconds to secure a spot on the podium in third place, […]

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Career Closet providing free dress clothes for students

Finding affordable dress clothes can be difficult, especially with the expense of college. That’s why Career Ambassadors’ is hosting the Career Closet event, where students can find professional clothing for free before their next big interview. Career Closet is a free clothing distribution taking place from 3-5 p.m in the Muenster University Center Pit on […]

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Editorial: South Dakota’s anti-meth campaign is confusing

South Dakota is on meth.  Governor Kristi Noem launched a very confusing and controversial anti-meth campaign, “Meth: We’re On It” on Monday to bring awareness to the meth epidemic in South Dakota. The campaign will include a TV ad, billboards, posters and a website: The truth is, the whole thing seems kind of like […]

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Streetscape project to refurbish Vermillion’s Main Street stretch

After forty years without an upgrade, the sidewalks and street corners of downtown Vermillion could have a different look by 2021. The $2,450,000 Downtown Streetscape project will remodel Main Street’s streets and sidewalks, adding landscaping and seating features outside of businesses from McVicker Plaza to North Dakota Street. Additions include: flowerbeds and trees lining the […]

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Is cancel culture effective and can it help people? Can it be taken too far? I unapologetically have been searching for a better understanding to both sides of this issue. Cancel culture, a social media phenomenon also known as call-out culture, is “a way to take away someone’s power and call out the individual for […]

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