Decrease in Covid-19 cases on-campus brings questions about the future

For students in need of COVID-19 testing in Vermillion, USD Student Health Services is offering tests paid for by the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act. Kevin O’Kelley, the head of USD’s emergency planning group, said if students need or think they need to be tested for COVID-19 they should reach out to […]

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Expectations remain high for USD volleyball despite season delay

The Coyote volleyball team is coming off their most successful season at the Division I level on paper, but head coach Leanne Williamson said this success has been building for years. “The people coming back know what that is and the people that have been recruited here and are starting their freshman year got recruited […]

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The Future of the Paperback

Growing up with a passion for reading, I learned many vital lessons — don’t write in library books, never “dog-ear” pages and the paperback came before the e-book. Granted, the surge of popularity of the electronic book had many questioning what the future of the old-fashioned paperback would be.   According to the Association of American […]

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