The youngest Plitzuweit, GVSU commit, notches 1,000 career points for VHS

Entering a road match-up against the Ponca Indians on Dec. 17, Lexi Plitzuweit, a senior guard for Vermillion High School, knew she had a chance to do what only five other Tanagers had done before: score 1,000 points in a career. After 18 points and 32 minutes of game-play, Lexi did it. She became the […]

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A peek into an international student’s world

In December, The Art of International Education Week took place. The university libraries has displayed the work of USD international students Anita Shrestha, Subharaj Pal, Yazmin Moktan and Leila Ghasempor on the first and second floors of the library building.  The display allows the international students to share a piece of their culture with others. […]

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History Club set to start back up this semester

The History Club is a student-led organization for students interested in history. The club reflects the interests of students by what they think is important and what they chose to do. Starting on Jan. 28 the History Club is set to start back up after taking a semester off. Along with many other clubs and […]

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Clarinet Day will explore history, significance of clarinets

On Jan. 23, USD will host the 2021 South Dakota Clarinet Day, an event for clarinetists of all ages and skills to come together and celebrate the instrument. Though it’s usually in-person, this Clarinet Day will be held over Zoom. The event will feature a masterclass led by Chigaco-based clarinetist Elizandro García. Assistant Professor of […]

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Coyote men going through season of adjustments

Coming home for its first game of the season after a blowout 91-78 win over rival South Dakota State, the Coyote men’s basketball team came out flat-footed in a 75-57 loss to Drake on December 18. Since the loss, The Coyotes, led by third year head coach Todd Lee, have won five straight games by […]

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An Education Reset: Rethinking one size fits all

The mere mention of school triggers negative emotions in members of any age group. Children would sooner choose chaotic, messy activities over organized rows of desks and seven-hour schedules. Teens and adults dread the classroom to an even greater extent, as they experience it transforms from a simple part of their daily life to the greatest stressor in it. There is an increasing aversion to academic activities outside the classroom. These being anything […]

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