Anatomy classes to benefit from USD student’s research

A skull fit for a chameleon is being produced in a biology lab on USD’s campus. Junior Alexis Slack, a biology of human dynamics and neuroscience major, is working on a project that involves using a 3D printer to develop a series of skulls—chameleon, cat, and human—that can be deconstructed and put back together. Her […]

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Sisseton Wahpeton College and USD collaborate bringing opportunity to SD students

Leaders from USD and Sisseton Wahpeton College (SWC) met on Aug. 3 to discuss and sign an agreed-upon policy ensuring South Dakota students more opportunities.  The General Education Book Transfer consists of an educational review of the course requirements for classes in order to make the credits transferable, USD associate provost Beth Freeburg said. “Personnel […]

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Intramural sports begin season

The Intramural Sports program is seen in nearly all universities across the United States, including USD. Students form teams and enter sports leagues, including an E-Sports team. Teams compete against other students within their school. Intramural leagues are divided into fall and spring sports. Fall leagues at USD include soccer, co-rec volleyball, flag football, sand […]

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Will Medicinal Marijuana Change the Vermillion Community?

As of July 1, medicinal marijuana was legalized in South Dakota on a ballot-based vote back in November. Now, individuals can obtain cannabis from authorized dispensaries such as that have a wide selection of cannabis terpenes available in bulk via wholesale online. USD and the Vermillion community have been busy making preparations for this […]

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