What is D-Days without football?

USD’s homecoming celebration, Dakota Days, usually starts with royalty finalists being announced and wraps up with the D-Days football game on Saturday. With no football game, what is homecoming all about? Homecoming is not dependent on the football game being played, however it is a large part of the celebration. The game, parade, street dance […]

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‘Now is the time to educate’: CWC hosts BLM march

Story by: Miles Amende & Chloe Fullenkamp The Cultural Wellness Coalition hosted the Justice for Black Lives March on Wednesday, Sept. 2. Participants marched from the DakotaDome down University street and up to Slagle Hall, where CWC members spoke about the importance of the demonstration. Marcus Destin, CWC co-president, said the rally was held to […]

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Editorial: Welcome back from The Volante

To all students, faculty and staff, The Volante would like to formally welcome everyone back. Though it may not be under the circumstances anyone predicted, it is great to see everyone on campus. And to the class of 2024, we would like to introduce ourselves. We are The Volante; the student voice at USD since […]

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Extended summer comes to an end on Move-in weekend

After five months away from campus due to Covid-19, new and returning Coyotes moved back to Vermillion over the weekend. The move in the process took place over a three day period. In previous years, move-in was a single-day event, but because of social distancing measures, move-in was spread out over the weekend to limit […]

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Editorial: Don’t forget about Sexual Assault Awareness Month

With anxiety and fear from the pandemic surrounding everything right now, it’s easy to lose track of time. But April is a month that raises awareness for something extremely important: sexual assault. Usually during this month events would be held across the country to raise awareness of sexual violence across the world, support survivors and […]

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