Alumni group supports women and philanthropy at USD

USD Women in Philanthropy focuses on the role women play at USD and showcasing their importance. This organization is made up of women alumni that tell the story of the role women play at the university. USD Women in Philanthropy displays what USD stands for. Caitlin Duffy, the USD Women in Philanthropy Director of Development […]

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Student referees keep intramurals safe and fun

Intramural sports on campus would not be possible without student referees. Student referees are hired through the wellness center and cover a wide variety of sports. Each week, student referees take quizzes about the sports they will referee next to stay informed and accurate. Rylan Craig, a sophomore majoring in vocal performance and sports media […]

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Dakotathon Has a Full Schedule of Events Planned For the Semester

Dakotathon is prepared and ready to fundraise despite the unprecedented year. The Dakotathon team has the semester packed full of events and fundraisers for the Miracle Network kids. Jacey Feyereisen, a member of Dakotathon and in the nursing program said Dakotathon’s main focus for the semester is the health and safety of the miracle kids. […]

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Strollers organization introduces diversity training

Changes are coming to campus for the Strollers organization this year. With new plans, training and volunteer opportunities, Strollers is implementing a new way to run their organization. Keeley Rexwinkel, senior nursing major and a member of the Strollers organization, said changes are being made to the organization and new policies are being enforced. “The […]

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ASAP gets future yotes excited for arts and sciences

The Arts and Sciences Ambassador Program (ASAP) gives current USD students the opportunity to bring future Coyotes to USD. ASAP is an organization that prepares incoming Coyotes who have an interest in USD’s College of Arts and Sciences. ASAP is an ambassador program created by Derek Zomer, the Enrollment Advisor, to recruit students to join […]

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Musical theater set to take stage virtually this season

The musical theater department, like all departments on campus, made accommodations this semester to provide a safer environment for their faculty and students. By taking all the necessary precautions, they have made coming back to school for students and faculty as comfortable as they can. Camille Cook, a junior musical theater major, said she is […]

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Hot Plate introduces Indian cuisine to Vermillion

Until July, there wasn’t a restaurant in Vermillion that served Indian Food. Then, Jimi Patel opened Hot Plate — bringing Indian cuisine to the area. Patel, the owner of Hot Plate, said the Vermillion community was missing Indian culture, so he decided to open Hot Plate.  “There is not another Indian (restaurant) within 30 to […]

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