City ordinance would increase fire safety for Greek houses

Sororities and fraternities around campus could be subject to additional fire safety regulations under an ordinance Vermillion’s City Council is currently considering. Members of the city council heard the first reading to amend Ordinance 1336 Monday night, which would require all existing and future Greek houses in Vermillion to install a key lock box on the exteriors of the facilities. […]

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USD art professor crafts hospital sculpture with community members’ hands

Community members from around the area are lending their hands for a sculpture project that will commemorate more than a lifetime of memories at the old Dakota Hospital building in Vermillion. Chris Meyer, an associate professor of sculpture at USD, has been commissioned by the Dakota Hospital Foundation and Sanford Vermillion Medical Center to build […]

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UPDATE: CAB announces 2016 spring concert artists

Musical artists Sammy Adams and Jake Miller will headline this year’s Campus Activities Board spring concert. The rappers will make their appearance at USD on March 31 in Aalfs Auditorium, with doors opening at 6 p.m. and Adams starting the show at 7:30 p.m. “We’re really excited to host CAB’s first-ever double feature concert,” said […]

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USD awaiting approval to offer in-state tuition to future Iowa students

Iowa residents who choose to attend USD could see a decrease in tuition prices if a new agreement between USD and Iowa is approved by South Dakota higher education officials. USD is awaiting approval from the South Dakota Board of Regents (SDBOR) to offer in-state tuition to all incoming Iowa students beginning next fall. The […]

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