Renovations underway at National Music Museum

Dominating the campus skyline is a 100-foot-tall construction crane such as this crane hire Guildford, which marked the official start of construction on the addition to the National Music Museum this summer. The three-story addition to the National Music Museum will include an ADA-accessible entrance, new galleries, offices, classrooms and a permanent “temporary exhibit” space […]

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ITS reports over 1,000 incidents involving compromised accounts last year

The service desk of the university’s Information Technology Services (ITS) processed 1,132 tickets related to compromises of student accounts in the past year. Some tickets were duplicates of one account’s compromise, while other tickets involved the hacker managing to log back into separately compromised accounts due to the password not being changed when the account […]

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Diversity of musicians and of instruments: National Music Museum’s tradition of live concerts

For over 45 years, the National Music Museum (NMM) has offered a variety of musical performances for people at USD to enjoy. The NMM Live series originally evolved from the Brown Bag series, named for the theme of ‘lunchtime performances’, drawing people on and off campus. Musical performances in the evening were added, and the […]

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Coyote swimmers and divers have productive day in Sioux Falls

On Friday and Saturday, the USD swimming  and diving teams competed with several other colleges throughout the Midwest at Sioux Falls’ Midco Aquatic Center in the Coyote Invitational. The Coyotes left with a total of fifteen wins. A variety of schools attended the event, including South Dakota State, Sioux Falls University, Omaha, Iowa Central and […]

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