USD student stays ‘Never Offended Always Humble’

Marcus Destin is a senior at USD studying Communications as well as minoring in Multicultural Studies. Recently, the 25 year old has made his own mark starting a new business and podcast. Destin is the Co-owner of the business Never Offended Always Humble (N.O.A.H) alongside his brother, Stefan. Destin said their business offers a variety […]

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Coyote Business Consulting works to keep businesses afloat

When businesses started closing during the pandemic, the Beacom School of Business founded Coyote Business Consulting. Over the summer, students took on 26 projects across 17 counties to keep businesses in South Dakota open and competitive. Coyote Business Consulting is the second part of Beacom’s plan to stimulate the economic development of the state. Venky […]

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USD students compete in prestigious Hult prize contest

Three USD students have had their sights set on more than just online classes this month. Payton Ryz, Ashlynn Atwood and Brigit Blote participated in the global Hult Prize competition. After winning the university round on Dec. 7, the three moved onto the Regional Summit in Boston March 12-14 and won first place among some […]

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Vermillion presents a unique climate for old and new businesses

Vermillion may be the home of USD, but the university isn’t the only landmark the town hosts. Thanks to the college bustle and an enthusiastic downtown business scene, both longtime residents and newcomers alike are enjoying success. Monica Iverson and Jim Waters co-own Cafe Brule and Dakota Brick House. The two met while doing work […]

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Thrift stores are increasingly growing in Vermillion.

Being at once affordable and personalized, thrifting has grown to be appealing to many demographics here in Vermillion, as the stores’ owners and salespeople said. The owner of The Treasure Trove opened her thrift store in downtown Vermillion in the fall of 2016. With a career of over 22 years as a saleswoman online, Leslie […]

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Student group manages 2.3 million in financial assets

Coyote Capital Management (CCM) started with $10,000 15 years ago and has now created a multi-million dollar stock management organization. The on-campus student financial group has increased its assets since 2019, to cap off their portfolios at $2.3 million. Established in 2005, CCM continues to educate students about money management.  Sophia Lima, senior accounting and […]

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