Eats with Ashley brings African food to Vermillion

Beginning in January, a USD student used her personal cultural knowledge to bring diverse eating options to the Vermillion community once a week. Junior exercise science major Ashley Charlie started Eats with Ashley when she noticed that there was a lack of cultural foods in Vermillion.  When Charlie came to USD, she made connections within […]

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PAVE continues to empower and inform students in the Spring Semester

Promoting Awareness Victim Empowerment (PAVE) is an organization on campus at USD that works together to help empower sexual violence victims and spread awareness. PAVE was founded in Sept. 2017. PAVE president and double major in English and Psychology Taylor Hagen said PAVE was created to provide a sanctuary on campus for students to go […]

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Vermillion Historic Preservation Commission seeks new member

The Vermillion Historic Preservation Commission, established by the Vermillion City Council in June of 2018 to educate the community on historic preservation and to protect historical buildings and properties, is seeking to fill a vacancy created by a member’s retirement. Johnny Beyers, the retiring member, is working out of town and is anticipating moving in […]

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University Libraries calls for submissions for altered book exhibit

USD’s University Libraries is seeking entries for their sixth international altered book exhibition, “Bound and Unbound VI: Altered Book Exhibition,” scheduled for display from Aug. 23, 2021 to Jan. 3, 2022. The exhibit involves mixed media artwork which changes a book from its original form by altering its state or meaning. Books from any source […]

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