Shira Dentz reads to USD

Farber Hall will host its first poetry reading and book signing of the year on Sept. 30. Visiting poet fellow Shira Dentz, Ph.D., teaches an advanced creative writing seminar this semester for the USD English department but on Friday at 4 p.m. she will be reading from various works including her book, “Sisyphusina” released in […]

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SGA Hears New Campus Opportunity, Clarifies Roles Within Senate

USD’s Lori Costello spoke on the Coyote Career Closet initiative at Tuesday night’s SGA meeting, emphasizing the confidence and empowerment this action will bring. Senators also introduced three new Senate bills, all of which will be seen again next week.  Costello, an assistant professor at USD, pitched the Coyote Career Closet program to Senators, sharing […]

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Coach has Extra Responsibilities During Offseason

Softball head coach Robert Wagner huddled his team around him after practice on Monday evening. With sounds of cleats stomping and softballs smacking the inside of the gloves, his voice peaked above everything giving directions to his players right before their first fall camp. During the Coyotes’ offseason, Wagner and the team decided to host […]

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COVID-19 Pandemic Has Made College Students Lazy

Pushing off assignments until the last minute has always been a part of college life. We all know procrastination will never help us, most of the time pushing something off until later will make the situation worse, and the lockdown just added fuel to the fire.  Procrastination can be caused by several things like stress, […]

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OneNote is Criminally Underutilized by Students at USD

Across USD, students are hunched over their laptops and tablets in every classroom, furiously taking notes as lecturers passionately teach their chosen discipline. Attentive students know they’ll take their midterm exams in a month. They’ll be hitting the books and attempting to review their notes in preparation for the exams.  However, a few will find […]

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Karius Announces Women’s Basketball Schedule

The USD women’s basketball team released their season schedule on Sept. 14 including a non-conference slate which boasts a match-up between two March Madness teams and a tournament in Las Vegas. The team’s schedule will begin on Nov. 1 with an exhibition game against the South Dakota School of Mines and will follow six days […]

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Department of Theatre Brings New Perspective on Greek Classic

In the first production of the year, the Department of Theatre showcased a new adaptation taken on a classic Greek myth. Eurydice, directed by Jeff Larsen, a master of fine arts directing student, twists the Greek myth Orpheus. Eurydice is told from the perspective of Eurydice, the daughter of Apollo. The play is a tragicomedy […]

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Siouxland Chamber of Commerce, 36th Annual Dinner

The Siouxland Chamber of Commerce hosted its 36th annual dinner last Thursday at the Sioux City Convention Center. Mike Pompeo, the 70th Secretary of State and former Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), delivered the keynote address with over 1,400 people in attendance. It was estimated to be the largest indoor gathering in Sioux […]

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