SGA hosts semester’s first meeting

SGA held their first meeting on Aug 31, 2021. David Herbster, the University of South Dakota’s Athletic Director, spoke as a special guest. Vice President of Student Services and Dean of Students, Kimberly Grieve, gave the Advisor Report. Herbster emphasized the need for tailgating before games this year, which is a social gathering taking place […]

2 mins read

Café Brulé struggles to keep staff amid pandemic

Café Brulé has been coping with a shortage of labor, as well as issues related to COVID-19 for the past year and specifically past three months. Monica Iverson and James (Jim) Waters are co-owners of Café Brulé and Dakota Brickhouse. Both Iverson and Waters said they have never worked harder in the last 10 years […]

3 mins read

Volleyball set to defend Summit League Title

By Tavin Carncross The USD Volleyball team is coming off a strong spring season where the Coyotes won the Summit League Tournament Title and made an NCAA Tournament appearance.  The Coyotes were scheduled to get the 2021 season underway last weekend, but due to COVID-19 protocols, the team’s first three games of the season in […]

2 mins read

USD, Sanford host Vaccination Drive as students return to campus

During the first week of classes, USD and Sanford Health partnered to host a vaccination drive open to all students, staff and community members in Vermillion. The vaccination drive was held for a few hours each day in a building on campus, with 100 vaccines being administered. “(The drive) went reasonably well,” USD Assistant Vice […]

3 mins read

Greek Life begins new year, new policies

As USD students begin their first few weeks of classes, some among them have been busy getting involved in Greek Life. For returning students, this means looking forward to social and service events that were previously cancelled due to COVID-19 restrictions. For new members, it’s a chance to see what Greek Life has to offer. […]

4 mins read