Coyote Softball Picks Up First Win of the Season

On Friday, February 16, the USD softball team competed at the Panther Invitational held in Atlanta, Georgia. The Coyotes played a total of five games for the weekend. Friday at 12:30 p.m, USD faced Butler for the first game. The Coyotes started the weekend off great by winning 7-1. Freshman pitcher McKenna Young made her […]

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Summit League Championships on the Horizon

Swimming & Diving The Swimming & Diving Summit League Championships are set to take place on February 21-24 at the Jean K. Freeman Aquatic Center in Minneapolis. At the start of the season, the Denver Pioneers were selected to finish first in both the men’s and women’s competitions for the Preseason Poll. Where Coyotes were […]

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Diving Earns League Honors Before His First Meet

Freshman diver Charlie Matthews captured the attention of the Summit League the second he stepped on campus as he was selected the preseason “Diver to Watch” for South Dakota. With the preseason honor, Matthews was the only athlete under a junior classification for the Coyotes to be selected.  Matthews has five individual wins on the […]

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SGA Email Signature Resolution Passes

Tuesday’s February 20 Student Government Association’s (SGA) weekly meeting ran for nearly two and a half hours in a discussion of policy and resolution. During the student feedback portion of the meeting, law student and South Dakota Student Regent Brock Brown expressed his concerns about a proposed SGA resolution regarding the South Dakota Board of […]

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The SOUND of USD Makes Their Appearance at Mardi Gras

USD band members and instructors embarked on a week-long trip to New Orleans for the Mardi Gras celebration, starting Feb. 8 through the 14. The adventure started In the early morning of Thursday, Feb. 8, when the band loaded the buses and departed from USD’sDakota Dome. Later that morning, they made a stop at Omaha […]

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When and Wear: Monochromatic – From the Trend of Sweatsuit to “Groutfits”

The monochromatic sweatsuit has resurrected recently, with a resurgence that some are all for the trend, while others are not so on board with its revival..  Gaining popularity in the 1970s, the original form of the sweatsuit was the tracksuit, a monochromatic pant and jacket combination that allowed for both mobility and style.  While we […]

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Charlie’s Cupboard’s Recent Food Drive Proves to be a Success 

In this past week, Charlie’s Cupboard received a sizable amount of donations, ranging from personal hygiene items to food products, that are to be given away to the students at USD.  Charlie’s Cupboard is a student-run organization that was created in 2020. The goal of the Cupboard is to help students who are in need […]

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“Never Forget the Names,” Students March for Missing Indigenous People

On Thursday, February 16, USD students, faculty and staff joined the Native American Law Student Association (NALSA) and the Native American Cultural Center for a Missing and Murdered Indigenous Person march.  There are 132 missing people listed on South Dakota’s Missing Persons Clearinghouse. 71 of the persons listed are Native American or Alaskan Native.  Attendees […]

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Leila’s Rose Band Partners with CAB and PAVE for Sexual Assault Awareness

On Tuesday Feb. 20 Leila Rose’s Band Partnered with the Campus Activity Board (CAB) and Promoting Awareness Victim Empowerment (PAVE) to put on a concert in order to  raise money and awareness for sexual violence on campus. Alexa Carlson, the president of PAVE, said that events like these have many beneficial impacts on campus. “Hosting […]

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Minnesota Native Back on the Court for the Coyotes

Of the 12 games played since the new year, the Coyotes’ redshirt sophomore center Natalie Mazurek has had seven double-digit scoring games. During the span of 12 games, Mazurek brought her season average up to 7.9 points per game and 4.7 rebounds per game.  With a blossom in scoring comes more playing time including her […]

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