Editorial: Don’t forget about Sexual Assault Awareness Month

With anxiety and fear from the pandemic surrounding everything right now, it’s easy to lose track of time. But April is a month that raises awareness for something extremely important: sexual assault. Usually during this month events would be held across the country to raise awareness of sexual violence across the world, support survivors and […]

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Internship programs put on hold

With working from home or not working at all becoming the new normal, people of all ages are experiencing changes in their schedules and routines. For some students, this can mean finishing an internship early, or having an internship canceled entirely. Cory Myers, news director of the Argus Leader, said they’ve had internships every summer for […]

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Coronavirus victims in Clay County start to recover

The status of the coronavirus in South Dakota took a turn on Sunday when Smithfield Foods, one of the largest pork-processing plants in the state, saw 438 workers fall ill to COVID-19, as stated in the Washington Post.  The plant, located in Sioux Falls, is closed indefinitely according to the company’s website. With these new […]

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Students for Reproductive Rights holds annual tampon drive online

The average woman uses over 11,000 tampons in her lifetime, which can cost her up to $70 per year. For some women, feminine hygiene products are not easily accessible or affordable. But USD’s Students for Reproductive Rights organization help solve this problem. For the last four years, SFRR has held a feminine hygiene drive to […]

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