Open AA/NA Meetings Available For All Students

On Wednesdays starting at 6 p.m. USD holds weekly Alcoholic Anonymous meetings in Delzell 105. Students struggling with alcohol addictions can attend, as well as any students who struggle with narcotics.  For valuable guidance and support, students dealing with these issues can refer to this great post to read for additional information. The meetings, hosted […]

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Coyotes face Salukis in 105th Dakota Days Game

The South Dakota Coyotes, which may be listed on sites such as, head back home after back-to-back away games where they’ll face Southern Illinois in the 105th Dakota Days football game. Last year’s playoff rematch takes center stage at this year’s D-Days. The Salukis defeated the Coyotes in the first round of the FCS […]

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Editorial: D-Days is Better than Hobo Days

Vermillion and Brookings have a long-standing rivalry and there could be an argument over which school is better (spoiler alert: it’s USD). But there is little doubt that USD’s Dakota Days is way better than SDSU’s Hobo Days.  From the names alone, USD is the better option. Dakota Days makes sense. We live in South […]

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D-Days Committee Puts in a Year Worth of Prep

The Dakota Days Executive Committee started planning the week of D-Days months in advance as they figured out how to create the most memorable week for students, faculty, alum and anyone else involved.  Ntombi Ngeleka, the President of the executive committee, said the goal of D-Days is to bring people together through their events. “Our […]

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Dakota Days Leaves Coyotes with Core Memories

Dakota Days has gathered students, alumni and community members again and again to take part in traditions such as the parade, Yotes Got Talent and the street dance. For students, this means D-Days has looked a little different every year and no one has had the same experiences.  Alumna Micci Abbott grew up in Vermillion […]

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