Students Rally Over Reproductive Rights

Chants and signs were throughout the USD campus against the overturning of Roe versus Wade Thursday, Sept. 8. Students showed their views on abortion rights in a march which started at the Dome and made its way through campus to Alfs Auditorium. Lexi McKee-Hemenway, junior, a student and organizer for the rally, said she wanted […]

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USD law school discusses historic moment for African American community

Supreme Court Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson was confirmed by the Senate on April 7 and will assume office on June 17, becoming the first Black woman to serve in the U.S. Supreme Court. On April 5, USD’s law school held a panel to discuss Judge Jackson featuring Julia Hellwege, Sandy McKeown, Tamara P. Nash and […]

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Madeline’s movie Review: The Adam project; I should’ve seen this coming

After watching “The Adam Project” on Netflix starring Ryan Reynolds, Walker Scobell and Mark Ruffalo, I will say there are some good things about the movie and some things I wasn’t a big fan of. I felt it was a nice film with a compelling story line. However, I felt at times it was complicated […]

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USD’s AWOL does a health and wellness clinic with SDSU’s SCAPP

USD’s Alternative Week of Off-Campus Learning (AWOL) partnered up with SDSU’s Student Collaboration for the Advancement and Promotion of Pharmacy (SCAPP) for a wellness clinic held in downtown Vermillion on March 26. The health and wellness clinic similar to holistic medical centre welcomed all members of the community to provide screenings for a person’s blood […]

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Nostalgia Vintage and Wellness embarks on journey to live up to its name

Nostalgia Vintage and Wellness is a juice bar and vintage clothing store located on Main Street.  Mattea Scott, the owner of Nostalgia Vintage and Wellness, said she lived in Los Angeles, California at one point and she knew there was a market for vintage clothing and got inspiration from there.  “Growing up, my mom took […]

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Music department celebrates second semester with Spring Choral Showcase

The USD’s music department celebrated the second semester with their USD Spring C horal Showcase which featured all three choirs.  The showcase started with the symphonic choir, which included students from all academic areas and members from the Vermillion community, who performed selected chorales from St. Matthew Passion by J. S. Bach. and was accompanied […]

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