Brodalisque: A look into traditional odalisque paintings

Klaire A. Lockheart, who recently earned her MFA in painting at USD, displayed an exhibit in Gallery 110 at the Fine Arts Building. The exhibit was titled ‘Brodalisque,’ a term Lockheart coined herself, and focused on lounging male figures. “A Brodalisque is the character in these paintings and it’s a combination of a bro and […]

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Blue Rune; Vermillion’s band of professors

Following the women’s basketball game on March 26, Blue Rune hit the stage at the Varsity Pub. The band played Varsity Pub’s downstairs stage to a crowd of 20-30 people.  The Blue Rune band consists of Dean of College of Arts and Science John Dudley, English professor Skip Willman, assistant professor Zoli Filotas and physician […]

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USD’s AWOL does a wellness clinic with SDSU’s SCAPP

USD’s Alternative Week of Off-Campus Learning (AWOL) partnered up with SDSU’s Student Collaboration for the Advancement and Promotion of Pharmacy (SCAPP) for a wellness clinic held in downtown Vermillion on March 26. The wellness clinic welcomed all members of the community to provide screenings for a person’s blood glucose, blood pressure, cholesterol levels and ASCVD […]

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Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies Conference returns

The Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies department hosted a two-day research conference in the MUC ballroom last week, welcoming students, faculty and the Vermillion public. The biennial event took place March 24-25, and included an art show and discussions on this year’s theme, care, across various disciplines.  Sara Lampert, the Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies […]

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Coyotes create legacy both on the court and in the stands

The women’s basketball team made school history last Saturday as they competed in the program’s first Sweet 16 game of the NCAA Women’s Division I Basketball Tournament.  Coyote fans, students and alumni made the trip to Wichita, Kansas to cheer on the women. The Intrust Arena housed roughly 8,540 fans which was much more than […]

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