C’s get degrees

The idea of “always doing more” and “bigger is better” is unrealistic. Mediocre is medium, average if you will. Most people are average, they are common and there is nothing wrong with being mediocre. Social media, news and advertisements have constantly been pushing this idea of “extraordinary.” We are constantly being shown other people doing […]

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Siouxland Artists continues to paint a way for all artists

Siouxland Artists Inc. has been promoting art and artists for over 75 years in the tri-state area of Iowa, Nebraska and South Dakota. Siouxland Artists currently have their art exhibit on display in the USD University Library until the end of October. Their pieces on display range from paintings to sculptures. Glenda Drennen, Siouxland Artists […]

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ICARE informs students about consent

USD’s student organization ICARE had its kick-off event this past Tuesday in the Muenster University Center (MUC), handing out t-shirts and keychains to passing students. ICARE centers around sexual assault prevention through education for students on campus. The group puts on a variety of programs to teach students about consent and sexual violence resources. Starting […]

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South Dakota Triathlon finishes four at Regional Qualifier, Joplin gives a season preview

The South Dakota triathlon team competed in the Pleasant Prairie Qualifier over the weekend. Due to a limited squad competing, the team only scored individually and not as a team. Freshman newcomer Micah Poellet finished eighth in a competitive field with a time of 1:02:14.3. The top Coyote scorer was followed by junior Ella Kubas […]

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South Dakota Hall of Fame becomes home to two USD alumni

Two University of South Dakota Alumni, Bruce Long Fox and Sen. Larry Pressler, have been inducted into the South Dakota Hall of Fame for the year 2020. The South Dakota Hall of Fame will host its 2020 Class Honors Ceremony on Sept. 10 and 11 in Chamberlain, South Dakota. Long Fox, the Executive Director for […]

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Travel continues with study abroad programs

The Study Abroad Program is one of the many diverse experiences USD offers students. This allows students to travel within the United States or internationally while still receiving an education.  Jessica Winterringer, the Study Abroad advisor for the Gallagher Center, works with individuals who want to study away for a few weeks, months or up to a year. Winterringer said they use the term “study […]

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Campus Activity Board lights up Welcome Week

USD Campus Activities Board (CAB) hosted a Glow Party for welcome week on Aug. 27. Senior marketing and management major and CAB President Kate Solberg said the Glow Party was originally supposed to take place on the outside lawn between Old Main and Slagle Hall, but due to rain it was moved to the Muenster […]

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