USD sustainability coordinator fights for native prairies, animal rights

Meaghan Jarchow, coordinator of USD’s sustainability program, has spent much of her life trying to reduce the animal suffering that occurs in the agricultural system. After graduating high school in Brandon, South Dakota, Jarchow completed her undergraduate and masters degrees in plant ecology from Ripon College and Minnesota State University, respectively, and later on went […]

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About 100 run in annual police fundraiser

A large police presence could be seen in Prentis Park Thursday evening. The officers weren’t there for a call, however, but to run in the fourth Annual Run with the Cops 5K. Founded in 2012 by Vermillion Police Department officers David Kyte and Jon Cole, Run with the Cops raises money for the Vermillion Fraternal […]

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Husband and wife professor duo have diverse backgrounds, teach diverse subjects

In side-by-side offices in Dakota Hall, Tim Schorn and Ilmira Dulyanova are a unique, international husband and wife teaching duo. Dulyanova, an adjunct Russian instructor at USD, first arrived in the United States in 2004 on a Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant program to teach Russian at USD. She is originally from Tashkent, the capital of […]

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Secular Student Alliance looks to educate on secularism at USD

At USD, there at least a half dozen religiously affiliated groups where students can gather around their collective faith. In contrast to the variety of religious groups, there is only one group on campus where non-religious students can express their feelings toward religion, or lack thereof. USD’s Secular Student Alliance, a chapter of the national group of the […]

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