Lessons from Among Us

Sometimes, we’re reminded of life’s lessons through the most arbitrary of tasks. Today, I was reminded of the importance of patience and trusting the process as I was researching the history of the popular digital game, Among Us. You’ve likely noticed the rise in popularity of this now commonly played game — a game that […]

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USD Med School Receives Multi-Million-Dollar Grant

The South Dakota Biomedical Research Infrastructure Network (SD BRIN) received a $16.9 million grant renewal through the National Institute of Health (NIH). BRIN supports and instigates research and scientific findings in South Dakota. Barbara Goodman, USD physiology professor and BRIN director, said BRIN is very important for biomedical research throughout the state. The grant directly […]

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Alumni group supports women and philanthropy at USD

USD Women in Philanthropy focuses on the role women play at USD and showcasing their importance. This organization is made up of women alumni that tell the story of the role women play at the university. USD Women in Philanthropy displays what USD stands for. Caitlin Duffy, the USD Women in Philanthropy Director of Development […]

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Former Antifa activist speaks at TPUSA event

Gabriel Nadales, a former Antifa activist, gave a speech in Aalfs Auditorium for a newly formed student organization at USD, Turning Point USA-USD (TP-USA-USD), on Tuesday, Oct. 27. Nadales is a conservative activist who travels to college campuses around the United States to spread his ideas and recently published a book titled “Behind the Black […]

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Coyotes seniors react to extra year of eligibility

Similar to the NCAA’s decision to give spring and fall sport athletes an extra year of eligibility as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the NCAA has now done the same for winter sport athletes. Sami Slaughter, a senior outside-hitter for USD’s volleyball team, said she is excited the NCAA made this decision.  “(The ruling) […]

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