Get Out the Yote partners with USD Honors Program

As election season accelerates, student organizations on campus are finding ways to help students get involved and stay informed on the election. Get Out the Yote, a new initiative working under the political science league is developing partnerships with organizations on campus to help students register to vote. One of the partnerships is with the […]

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Charlie’s Cupboard Officially Opens at USD

Charlie’s Cupboard — a free on-campus pantry providing food and personal hygiene products for all USD students — had their first official grab-and-go event on Thursday, Sept. 10. Over the course of the night, the foundation supplied over 120 students with free items such as bread, cereal, toothbrushes, soap and more.  Charlie’s Cupboard, led by […]

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Center for Disabilities hosts sign language class

The Center for Disabilities at USD is hosting a 10-week Functional Sign Language class for anyone interested in joining. The sign language class will start on Sept 15. The class will be based online and will meet once a week. Rose Moehring, Deaf-blind program director, said she encourages anyone who is interested to sign up. […]

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Husker Football Transfer Arrives at USD

Junior wide receiver, Jaevon McQuitty, transferred from the University of Nebraska to USD over the summer after 3 years with the Huskers.  McQuitty, originally from Columbia, Missouri, was nationally ranked in the top 50 players for his position coming out of high school, making him one of the highest-ranked players to ever come to Vermillion. […]

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Coyote mens and womens basketball team anticipate winter sports decision

All USD fall sports have seen postponements to the spring, but winter sports, like mens and womens basketball, are still awaiting official word on the future of their 2020-21 season. The USD womens basketball team was ready for the NCAA Tournament last March before the tournament was canceled due to COVID-19. This season is still […]

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USD Recruiting Amid a Pandemic

Currently, athletic competition at USD, and many other universities, has been put on hold. Similarly, athletic recruiting has taken a hit to the normal routine. The NCAA Division I council recently announced the extension of the recruiting dead period, disallowing coaching staff to have any face to face contact with recruits or their parents for all […]

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