Charlie’s Cupboard fights food insecurity

The student-led organization Charlie’s Cupboard opened last September after two students were introduced to food insecurity on campus.  Co-president senior political science and criminal justice double major Hannah Booth said Charlie’s Cupboard had a lot of support on campus and from the Vermillion community that allowed it to support over 1,000 students since opening and grow into the organization it […]

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56th Student History Conference moves online this year

The University of South Dakota’s Department of History and USD’s chapter of Phi Alpha Theta, the national honor society in history, hosted the 56th Annual Student History Conference Feb. 25. The conference was held over Zoom this year. The Student History Conference is an opportunity for students to present their papers written about the history […]

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Phi Delta Theta adds take-out option to annual Chislic Feed

Phi Delta Theta held its annual Chislic Feed fundraiser last week. The event raises money for the Live Like Lou Foundation, which helps families with ALS through scholarships for children whose parents struggled with ALS and through contributions to research. The event is organized through the Vermillion Eagles Club, a local chapter of the international […]

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Coyote Business Consulting Group Version 2.0 moves forward

USD’s Coyote Business Consulting Group kicked off its 2021 session Monday. The program, launched last year during the initial outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, connects USD students with South Dakota businesses, allowing students to gain real-world experience and businesses to take advantage of students’ knowledge, while for things like the accounting of a business, getting […]

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A Spring Break like Never Before

As the middle of the semester approaches, students are busy deciding their plans for spring break. Last year, USD students went home for spring break and didn’t return until the fall of next year. This year, students have decided to stay at home because of COVID-19 risks, while others have plans to travel this spring […]

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Women’s basketball win over Oral Roberts with 21-point advantage

The Saturday afternoon match-up between the Coyote women’s basketball team and Oral Roberts ended in a 75-54 Coyote win.  The women began the game strong by winning the tip and going on a 9-0 run against Oral Roberts. The first points for the Golden Eagles didn’t come until the 5:28 mark of the first quarter. […]

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USD Uniting Students Through Athletics

A diversity and inclusion video is played before every home game emphasizing that all athletes are to feel included while being a part of the USD athletics program. Kelsey Bathke, head of marketing and fan engagement, said in an email interview with The Volante that scripts were created by the NCAA and Summit League for […]

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