PLAN partnership generates sustainable ideas for USD

With USD’s Aramark contract expiring in May 2022 and campus interest in sustainability on the rise, several students in the sustainability department have been working with the Post-Landfill Action Network (PLAN) to further USD’s commitment to preserving the environment. Anna Moore, a graduate student and USD recycling coordinator, calculated that from December 2018 (when single-stream […]

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Greek Week brings sororities, fraternities together

Greek Week is a week dedicated to celebrating Greek Life at USD. It also promotes unity within the four sororities and eight fraternities on campus.  This year, Greek Week is taking place Sept. 21 through the 25. Isaih Schott, a sophomore radiologic technology major and member of Lambda Chi Alpha summarized what Greek Week is. […]

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New tuition rate implemented to attract out-of-state students

To attract students outside the borders of South Dakota, the Board of Regents offered a tuition break to students from Montana, Wyoming, North Dakota and Colorado at the beginning of the 2019 fall semester. This is the first semester the university has had to market the tuition advantage to students from theses states. In the […]

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