USD students work to build a culture of resourcefulness on campus

For years USD has not had many consistent recycling acts set in place. However, two sustainability students are planning to change that for good. Caitlin Reimers, a junior sustainability major and campus recycling coordinator, and Anna Moore, a graduate student, have been working together to plan a campus initiative for recycling. Starting with North Complex […]

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Pre-Physician’s Assistant Club provides resources, help to students looking to become PAs

USD currently offers the only physician’s assistant (PA) studies program in South Dakota. The Pre-Physicians Assistants’ Club on campus seeks to provide medical students who are planning on becoming physician assistants with resources and assistance on that path. Gracelyn Sales, a member of the PPAC, said the club helps USD students who are either applying […]

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“The Nosebleeds” are buzzing even without sports this semester

Saturday afternoons — once dominated by tailgates, endless finger-foods and football parties, USD students are now finding new ways to keep sports alive on Saturdays. For some students like freshmen Tavin Carncross and Brock Weidner, this absence of college sports has left them lost and longing for years past. With this in mind, Carncross and […]

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Letter to the editor

To the Editor,  I am an education major that attends school at the UDS’s main campus in Vermillion, SD. I am writing to you about the university’s expenses during the COVID-19 pandemic.   Before the pandemic I utilized the USD Wellness Center and attended USD activities, which was included with the activity fees in my tuition. When COVID-19 hit the university closed the Wellness Center and their canceled events. […]

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