Soccer Scores Eight Goals Against Dordt

South Dakota soccer got their first win of the 2022 season against Dordt University scoring six goals in the first half and winning the match 8-0.  The Coyotes started their scoring night with a goal from junior defender Taylor Ravelo as she headed in a corner kick from fifth year forward Taylor Cotter at minute […]

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Housing Conflicts Leave Students Dorm-less

As USD students made their way to Vermillion to begin their studies this fall, some were faced with a unique situation regarding on-campus residency. Due to unexpected factors throughout campus, many students are left living in lounges throughout North Complex and Burgess-Norton residence halls.  Typically used by students to interact with one another and do […]

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Coyote Football to Start Toughest Schedule in FCS

As the Coyotes return to the field after their first playoff appearance, they are up against the toughest schedule in the FCS, taking on a FBS school and the top three teams in the FCS’ preseason polls within their first five games.  Head coach Bob Nielson will be entering his seventh season with the Coyotes. […]

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Volleyball Looks to Defend Their Summit League Title

Off of their Summit League Tournament title and an NCAA Tournament appearance, the South Dakota Coyote volleyball team kicked off their 2022 season hosting the Coyote Invitational Aug. 26-28. Bringing in teams such as Missouri, Northern Kentucky and No. 4 Louisville. With platforms like 제왕카지노, the audience can finally bet on their favorite teams with ease. […]

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Sodexo Makes Food Changes Across Campus

Over the summer, USD switched food companies from Aramark to Sodexo. The change comes after the contract between USD and Aramark expired in Spring 2022.   Sodexo served student athletes and people attending major events on campus throughout the summer and started serving the entire campus Aug. 22.   Sophomore Morgan Montgomery, cellular and molecular biology major, […]

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Re-learning Healthy Communication in the Digital Age

Raymond Hull explains at least 70 percent of communication is nonverbal, meaning body language plays a crucial role in forming connections and creating meaningful interactions in our daily lives. By properly observing others’ bodies and facial movements, people can decipher whether or not someone is comfortable in a certain situation, enjoys one’s company or is […]

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Art Club Plans to Help Students De-Stress

One week into the school year and students are already trying to find ways to destress. One club has a plan to help students do just that. The Student Art Alliance (SAA) is striving to give students a creative outlet and let them think about something other than schoolwork. Taylor Titze, the vice president of […]

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SGA Passes Two Emergency Legislations, Swears in Three New Senators

The Student Government Association (SGA) received insight from USD’s Director of the Office of Multicultural Affairs on resources it will provide for students. SGA also introduced Senate Bills (SB) 77, 79 and 80 and passed bills 78 and 81 as emergency legislation unanimously. Three new senators were also sworn in by SGA President, Caleb Weiland. […]

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