Rawlins Piano Trio first concert of the year

The Rawlins Piano Trio will perform the first of two concerts on Oct. 6. The trio is comprised of USD faculty members assistant professor of violin Ioana Galu, assistant professor of music Sonja Kraus and the founder and director of USD’s master’s degree in collaborative piano Susan Keith Gray. Galu plays the violin, Kraus plays […]

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TRiO brings success to in-need students

Since 2015, TRiO has been assisting USD students on their path to graduation. This semester, TRiO is looking forward to a full schedule of student events and services to help their students succeed.  Dallas Doane, director of TRiO Student Support Services, was hired over the summer and described TRiO as a grouping of programs for […]

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The tragedy sweeping the nation

Headlines of late have been dominated by the recent discoveries relating to the Gabby Petito case. Many people following the case’s journey have mourned the loss and are fiercely advocating for justice (as one should in such a horrific situation). While the disappearance and supposed murder have disturbed and rocked the population, the outrage has […]

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International Club looks forward to a new year

The International Club on campus is the host to many international students and domestic students alike. The club holds many events throughout the year to allow students to interact with each other.   Third-year PhD student Bernard Osemwenkhae serves as the liaison between the International Club and the Student Government Administration. In an email interview with The Volante, he said the International Club gives him […]

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Center for Disabilities celebrates 50 years of serving South Dakota

The Center for Disabilities, in recognition of its 50th anniversary, hosted a Run, Walk & Roll fundraiser Sept. 25 at Cherry Rock Park in Sioux Falls. The Run, Walk & Roll precedes the 50th Anniversary Celebration Sept. 29 and a statewide conference this week. Kendra Gottsleben is the marketing communications specialist for the Center for […]

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