Toxicity Sold as Love: How the Media Affects Perceptions of Love

While romantic comedies may be a favorite for many, they do not always portray love in an accurate or healthy way. According to the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD), of the 118 movies that they counted from major studios, 18.6% of the movies contained someone that identified as LGBTQ.   Many popular films follow […]

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Theatre Department Hosts Rock Musical

USD’s Theatre Department will be hosting “tick, tick… BOOM!” from Feb. 16-19 in the Wayne S. Knutson Theater in the Warren M. Lee Center for Fine Arts.  The auto-biographical musical follows Jon, a writer, as he chases his dreams of writing a rock musical while also managing the important relationships in his life, with experiences […]

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New Club Bringing Indian Culture to Campus

A new student organization, the Indian Student Association, hopes to connect Indian students across campus and bring more Indian culture to USD. The organization is still in its beginning stages but has high hopes for the future.   In recent years, USD has seen an increase in international students, especially from India. One group of students […]

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Rawlins Piano Trio Comeback After COVID-19

The Rawlins Piano Trio will be performing a home concert in the Fine Arts building on Jan. 31. This performance is one of the Trio’s first following the COVID-19 pandemic.   The Rawlins Piano Trio was originally established in 1987 and consists of three faculty members from USD. The current group has been performing together for […]

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