USD updates WiFi for personal device use

Over the winter break, USD updated its wireless internet software in residence halls to provide better service for students on campus. Cody Burggraff, assistant director of USD housing, said the updates were designed to make the networks more able to provide quality internet for personal use, including gaming and streaming video. “In layman’s terms, from […]

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Gallagher Center honors MLK Day of Service with much-needed food drive

The USD Gallagher Center participated in Martin Luther King’s (MLK) Day of Service on Jan. 18 by partnering with the Vermillion Food Pantry and Feeding South Dakota to host a week-long food drive leading up to MLK day. This was the first year the Gallagher Center put on the MLK Day of Service Food Drive, […]

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USD student introduces new voting registration initiative

A new voter registration initiative was introduced to the Young Democrats of South Dakota last week by Addison Miller, a sophomore political science student at the University of South Dakota. Miller calls the initiative “Passive Active Registration” with the goal of increasing the number of newly registered Democrats by 50% in areas deemed possible and […]

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USD volleyball ‘excited’ for upcoming season, Slaughter to use her COVID year

The USD women’s volleyball team is slated to begin their first games of the season Jan. 22-23 in the Missouri State Tournament. This will be the first time the Coyotes have played in over a year after finishing runner up to Georgia Tech at the NIVC Tournament in Nov. 2019.  The team has used the […]

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USD spring semester COVID plans and vaccine rollout

The spring semester is underway, and while classes and professors may change from the fall, one thing hasn’t. The COVID-19 pandemic is still a threat to campus life and classrooms, yet USD is prepared to handle any outbreaks and the upcoming vaccine rollout this spring. As students are welcomed back to campus all staff and […]

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