Breaking Ground on New Health Sciences Building

The School of Health Sciences broke ground for construction of their new building last Thursday. The School of Health Sciences encapsulates nine departments with 22 different programs, but does not currently have a designated building. Speakers at the groundbreaking included Dean of the School of Health Sciences Haifa AbouSamra, Sen. Arthur Rusch, who represents District […]

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Groups petition SGA for large organization status

Several student organizations presented to the Student Government Association in hopes to get categorized as large student organizations. As a large student organization at USD, more General Activity Fee (GAF) funding is available.  Among the organizations, the Hammock Club president Margaret Meierhenry presented. Meierhenry said there are over 300 students in the organization, making Hammock Club […]

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Degree or Experience?

Most of us come to university thinking it’s for a certain major and degree which will then get us a certain career and we will live out this American idealized life. These are the steps society said we need to take and what we thought would make us successful. What a lot of us learn […]

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Coyote softball gears up for conference play

The USD softball team concluded its non-conference season over the weekend in Texas, where they picked up a win over the Texas-San Antonio Roadrunners. The Coyote Soccer team posted a 1-4 mark in the Texas tournament and currently sits at 5-24 on the season. Many of USD’s non-conference games have been played without key players […]

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Rachel Review: The Irregulars, failed attempt of Sherlock Holmes revival

Characters that appeared in several of the original Sherlock Holmes books, often referred to as irregulars, were brought together and turned into their own tv show “The Irregulars.” Released March 27 to Netflix’s streaming platform, it now rests in the top 10 watched in the U.S. list.  The premise follows a group of teens set […]

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Finding their rhythm and achieving their stride: Coyote soccer underclassmen see success

The Coyotes soccer team adapted and reacted to a spring season slate. The team boasted a large roster of underclassmen who had not had collegiate soccer experience, yet the extra semester of preparation to learn ‘Coyote soccer’ allowed them to excel on the field this season. During the first game of the Oral Roberts series […]

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Coyote volleyball to face Kansas City in Summit League Tournament

After a third place finish in the regular season, USD plays Kansas City to open the Summit League Tournament Friday night. The Coyotes were swept by the Roos in Vermillion earlier this season, with both matches going five sets. “I mean it was frustrating but it was a really good five setter for both nights,” […]

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