35th Stilwell exhibition showcases student art

While the reception for this year’s Stilwell Student Awards Exhibition took place virtually, the installation continues to showcase the recent work of USD’s artists. Every piece in the exhibition, which is located in the John A. Day Gallery, has been created within the last year. Cory Knedler, chair of the Art Department, said he thinks […]

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CDC and CAB partner to recognize importance of Martin Luther King Jr day

On Friday, January 22 USD’s Center for Diversity and Community (CDC) and the Campus Activities Board (CAB) partnered to host an event for students to honor the importance of Martin Luther King Jr. day. The CDC and CAB presented a movie displayed throughout the MUC for students, staff and faculty as well as various treats […]

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Habitat for Humanity embraces COVID-19 regulations while continuing to help community

COVID-19 has altered the manner in which people now interact and socialize. While learning to alter their ways, USD’s Habitat for Humanity has found new opportunities to embrace these changes. USD’s Habitat for Humanity was formed in the early 90’s and partners with their parent chapter, Yankton’s Habitat for Humanity. USD’s Habitat for Humanity chapter […]

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Coyote Triathletes managing unusual year, unusual weather

Like all of USD fall sports, the USD women’s triathlon team’s fall season was cancelled last semester after the Coyote triathletes have built one of the top triathlon programs in the nation since the sport was put in place at USD in 2018. The USD triathlon team, led by head coach Kyle Joplin, currently holds […]

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National Music Museum renovations on track

The National Music Museum closed its doors the fall of 2018 for a complete $10 million renovation of their facility. With over two years of construction, the museum will now include changing gallery exhibits, a performance hall for concerts, a new research and conservation lab, and photography lab among many other exciting additions. The director […]

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Building relationships through academics and community service

By joining a sorority or fraternity students are given the chance to make new friends, achieve goals and network with people who have similar interests within their own chapters. Senior Sydney Cook is a member of Kappa Alpha Theta and is also the Vice President of Recruitment for the Panhellenic Council. The Panhellenic Council oversees all four sororities on […]

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