Vermillion sees first case of COVID-19

On Saturday, March 28, Clay County reported its first confirmed case of COVID-19. The individual is a 20-30 year old woman who is currently self-quarantining in her home.  This individual reported mild symptoms and was tested through Sanford Health Center’s curbside testing site, according to Time Tracy, CEO of Sanford Vermillion Medical Center. The case […]

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On-campus food option limited in response to CDC recommendations

USD — following the Center for Disease Control recommendations in regards to COVID-19 — has closed all on-campus restaurants besides University Brew, the convenience stores — Beede Pump and the Coyote Village POD — and residential dining.  The Aramark locations remaining open on campus have limited hours and reduced workers present. In an email interview with […]

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‘Disappointed, but thankful’: Senior year during the COVID-19 pandemic

Following the official announcement made by USD, graduation has been postponed for the class of 2020. The COVID-19 pandemic may have ended senior year sooner than expected, but three seniors have decided to look more on the positive side. Isaac Westergaard and Emily Gillespie, senior business administration majors, said they’re making the most out of […]

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