T. Wilson King is inducted into the Iowa Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame

T. Wilson King, the famous guitarist dubbed the “King of Guitar,” will be inducted into the Iowa Rock ‘n Roll Hall of Fame in September. King received the news around Thanksgiving about the inductions. The ceremony will be held in Okoboji Sept. 1-4 where inductees will perform and be a part of the Iowa Rock […]

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Shakespeare is still relevant today

William Shakespeare died more than 400 years ago, but we are still required to study his plays and sonnets. High school and university students alike study Shakespeare’s life and work. Why is he still relevant today? As a teenager, I might not have appreciated Shakespeare’s work, but it doesn’t mean it is irrelevant. No matter […]

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Dispatches from the CDC: Community in all colors

This is the third installment of a series recording the experiences of students and faculty involved with the Center for Diversity and Community (CDC). The series seeks to highlight why this organization was so impactful on the USD community and why the CDC was more than the sum of its parts. “When I was (in […]

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Rachel Review: “Uncharted” brings nothing new to the treasure hunting genre

On Feb. 18, the movie inspired by Indiana Jones and the game by the same name, “Uncharted,” was released to theaters. Starring Tom Holland and Mark Wahlberg, this search for a 500-year-old lost fortune is an easy watch. The movie follows Nathan Drake, played by Holland, whose brother Sam, played by Rudy Pankow, abandoned him […]

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Vermillion boys, girls basketball prep for postseason

As the 2021-22 South Dakota high school basketball season comes to a close, the Vermillion boys and girls basketball teams will now gear up for a run at the state tournament. The Tanager girls concluded their regular season last Friday, defeating Parker 56-25 to finish the season with a 15-5 record. Their 15-5 record is […]

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