When and Wear – How USD Students Feel About the New Winter Trend – UGG

Whether one loves them, hates them, or just tolerates them, there is no doubt that the UGG brand has taken over the slipper market. So much so that most people can’t walk into a room without seeing at least one person wearing some form of them.  UGG began in the 1970s from an Australian surfer […]

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CAB CALLS FOR NEW EVENTS AND COLLABORATION

One week ago today marked a year since the last annual Campus Activities Board (CAB) Concert. The Sanford Coyote Sports Center hosted 24K Golden to a considerably smaller crowd than previous years. Today, there is no answer to whether they will host another concert this year. CAB currently receives the largest amount of money appropriated […]

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Theatre Hosts Last Show of Fall Semester

USD’s theatre department wrapped up their Fall 2023 season. Their final show was “Ride the Cyclone,” which ran from Nov. 17-19 and Nov. 30 through Dec. 3.  “Ride the Cyclone” is about the lives of six teenagers who die on a roller coaster called the cyclone.  When they wake, they are greeted by Karnak, a […]

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UNION Hosts CoCo Social for Finals Week

Just in time for finals, the Union of African American Students is hosting a CoCo social. Vice President of Union Bennett Clary said the event is just to relax right before the finals hit.  “At the Coco Social, we’ll have coloring pages and hot chocolate for students,” Clary said. “It’s mostly a time to unwind […]

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Sorority Hosts Line Dancing Philanthropy

Due to the fraternity Lambda Chi Alpha no longer having a house, the Pi Beta Phi sorority had a creative alternative to their annual haunted house with the fraternity: line dancing.  USD student and Pi Beta Phi member Ella Wittmus came up with the idea along with friend Chloe Birney. They called it “Line Dancing […]

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Taylor Swift’s Latest Era: Knudson Law School

Taylor Swift has garnered worldwide commotion lately, as she embarks on her Eras Tour. Following this public craze, Swift’s impact has seeped into unconventional aspects of society, such as academia. Many universities, such as Stanford University and Berklee College of Music in Boston, have started offering classes based on the star and her business techniques. […]

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ASIA, ISA Collaborate for Diwali Celebration

For many years, the Asian Students in America (ASIA) has hosted their annual Diwali celebration. This year, the group decided to work with the Indian Student Association (ISA) to bring this night to life.  Gitanjali Sattanathan, the president of the ISA, said their group and ASIA put a lot of time into the event.  “We […]

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Jazz Ensemble Explores Swing and Latin Styles

The USD Jazz ensembles held a concert Wednesday, Nov. 1 in the Colton Recital Hall. The ensembles played different styles of jazz, ranging from the swing era of the 40’s to Latin jazz.   The ensemble consists of two bands with saxophones, trumpets, trombones and a rhythm section. The latter is composed of the piano, guitar, […]

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International Club Brings Taste of Brazil

USD kicked off Brazil night on Nov. 1 in the MUC pit. The event consisted of traditional Brazilian foods, an informative powerpoint and a murder mystery.  The USD International Club hosts monthly events called around the world, where each month the club teaches students about a country’s culture and brings in traditional food. This month’s […]

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