Students, faculty get involved in midterm elections, watch results

Update: Republican candidate Kristi Noem was elected as South Dakota’s first woman governor, Republican  Jason Ravnsborg was elected South Dakota Attorney General and Republican Dusty Johnson was elected to South Dakota’s seat in the U.S. House of Representatives.  Students and faculty kept close watch on election night results at watch parties at Dakota Brickhouse and the […]

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Completion of North Complex walkway remains delayed

Construction blocking off the North Complex hallway connecting the Beede/Mickelson and the Richardson/Olson residence halls remain underway and will continue until the start of next semester. University Housing director Ashley Hartnett said despite anticipation of having the walkway re-opened by early October, the renovations in the old commons area have prevented the opening of the hallway by […]

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STC, DiME team up to advocate for diversity in the Theatre Department

The Student Theatre Cooperative (STC) at USD’s theatre department and the Diversity in Media & Entertainment Organization (DiME) are working together to create an atmosphere of diversity and inclusiveness in the department. Following problems with a lack of female roles in the past, the two student organizations hope to address the issue of diversity. This […]

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President Abbott addresses student body at his last Dakota Days pep rally

The Dakota Days pep rally had an impressive showing on Friday night in the Muenster University Center. Sophomore Sami King said she’s confident in the ability of the high-ranking USD football team. “I’m excited that we’re sixth in the nation, and I know we’re going to win tomorrow,” she said. Sophomore Marlee Jones said the […]

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