South Dakota Athletics Busy During National Signing Day

The Coyotes announced the signing of 46 athletes across multiple USD athletic teams on National Signing Day last week. The men’s basketball team signed three players for their 2023 recruiting class: Isaac Bruns, Jake Brack and Shey Eberwein. Bruns is a 6’4” guard from North Sioux City and plays basketball at Dakota Valley highschool where […]

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Charlie’s Career Closet to Launch First Official Clothing Drive

Charlie’s Career Closet will take another step toward its goal of providing professional attire for USD students this week.  The organization’s mission is to support USD students with the necessary professional attire they need for job interviews or professional outings. All clothing articles will come from donations collected at clothing drives.  The program will launch […]

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​​Democrats Will Keep the Senate, Republicans Flip the House

Last week’s election yielded unexpected outcomes in many key races, but Republicans flipped the House of Representatives now that they have officially won 218 seats. It is projected that Democrats will retain a minimum of 50 Senate seats and thus their majority, with the Georgia Senate race going to a runoff next month.  Georgia election […]

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USD Students Involved in Creating Centerville Mural

Last Friday, Nov. 11 at 4 p.m. a 120 foot by 20 foot mural done by USD students and the community on the side of Mushy’s Bowling Alley & Bar in Centerville was unveiled and dedicated.  The Centerville Development Corporation in connection with the South Dakota Arts Council sponsored the project that began last spring.  […]

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Editorial: Thanksgiving’s History Should be Honored

Thanksgiving is a national holiday in the United States that occurs every fourth Thursday of November. It wasn’t until 1863, during the Civil War, when it was proclaimed a national holiday.  The common image of Thanksgiving is a table piled with food like mashed potatoes, stuffing, green bean casserole and, of course, turkey. We know […]

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Individual Choice and Substance Use

State elections were held last week, meaning people of all age groups over 18 and backgrounds brought their opinions to the polls to vote on issues of great importance to them, their communities and the nation. In South Dakota alone, issues regarding taxation, marijuana use and the expansion of Medicaid were all brought to the […]

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Coyote Volleyball Claims Top Spot in Summit League

With two regular season games left, many teams are changing their focus to the Summit League Tournament in Omaha. Only six teams get into the tournament this year. No. 1 South Dakota Coyotes: USD is 15-1 in conference play and 26-2 overall. Their games left include North Dakota State on Nov. 17 and North Dakota […]

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