Coyotes sweep weekend in Illinois

The USD tennis team picked up a pair of wins over the weekend at Northern Illinois Friday in DeKalb, Illinois and Western Illinois Saturday in Macomb, Illinois.  The Coyotes and Huskies split the singles matches Friday.  Northern Illinois sophomore Diana Lukyanova won the first flight singles over fifth year Habiba Aly winning 2-0.  Sophomore Anastasia […]

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Clara Edwards chose to play softball over basketball

In the Coyotes’ first game of the season, freshman pitcher Clara Edwards shut out Houston Baptist in her first game with USD.  “There was definitely a lot of nerves in the first game because it’s the first college game,” Edwards said. “Your family’s up in the stands finally, and there’s a whole bunch of people […]

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Mental health and stress have hindered college athletics

There are millions of students in the United States participating in college athletics and the lifestyle does not look like it will lose popularity anytime soon. America’s obsession with sports has caused the majority of the population to place great athletes on pedestals, which only makes the opportunity to compete at a higher level more […]

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John A. Day Alumni Art Exhibit features work from artists in the area

The John A. Day Gallery’s ‘Alumni Art Exhibit’ opens on March 11. This exhibit boasts art from alumni in all different walks of life post-graduation. Pieces come from practicing artists, professors and community members living in Vermillion. Cory Knedler, Chair of the Art Department, curated this exhibit with the help of the University Art Galleries […]

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USD theatre department shows annual One-Acts

The Department of Theatre is showing their annual festival of short plays all directed by USD students March 8-10. The One Act Plays are 10 to 15 minute performances put on by graduate and advanced undergraduate directing students. The theater department will be putting on four one-acts: “Date with Death” by Steven Hayet, “Jack” by […]

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The Caribbean Coyotes celebrate Mardi Gras

On Mardi Gras, the University of South Dakota bands celebrated with a performance in the fine arts building. The USD steel band named the Caribbean Coyotes and USD’s Jazz Band performed. Dr. Darin Wadley directs both of these bands. “Mardi Gras is a worldwide celebration,” Wadley said. “In Trinidad, it is their main steel band […]

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Nostalgia Vintage and Wellness embarks on journey to live up to its name

Nostalgia Vintage and Wellness is a juice bar and vintage clothing store located on Main Street.  Mattea Scott, the owner of Nostalgia Vintage and Wellness, said she lived in Los Angeles, California at one point and she knew there was a market for vintage clothing and got inspiration from there.  “Growing up, my mom took […]

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