Charlie Mechling’s ‘open door’ to Occupational Therapy School

Dedicating 20 hours a week to the water is challenging. Surviving four years of college with a 4.0 GPA is no easier feat. Senior health sciences major Charlie Mechling has accomplished both of these all while preparing for the next phase of her life: occupational therapy school. The Colorado native’s ability to balance school and […]

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USD Women’s Basketball Defeat Oral Roberts 79-56

Following their 54-point win over the Mastodons Friday, the Coyotes returned Sunday to take their win streak to eight games. The Coyotes now hold a 19-2 record on the season while remaining undefeated in Summit League play at 8-0. After a rather slow start in the first half potentially due to the proximity of the […]

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Experimental “health” technology is going too far

When it comes to technological advancements, people tend to fall into two categories: those who are excited about the next big thing and those who are extremely concerned about the dangers of these new technologies.  Technological advances have provided immense convenience to our lives. Along with that, though, technological advances have been the cause many […]

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