Clay County Historical Society Presents “Getting Down to Business” 

The Clay County Historical Society held their sixth annual Spoken History Cemetery Tour on Oct. 9. The theme for this year was “Getting Down to Business.” Joni Freidel, who is the chairperson for the event, has been working for the Spoken History Cemetery Tour since it first started. “It actually started years ago,” Freidel said. […]

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History Club set to start back up this semester

The History Club is a student-led organization for students interested in history. The club reflects the interests of students by what they think is important and what they chose to do. Starting on Jan. 28 the History Club is set to start back up after taking a semester off. Along with many other clubs and […]

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Oscar Howe’s legacy embraced in USD gallery

The life and longevity of Native American artwork thrives in USD’s Oscar Howe Gallery in Old Main. Housing the largest collection of Howe artwork, The Oscar Howe Gallery celebrates an artist with deep roots in USD, South Dakota and Native American history.  Oscar Howe was a contemporary Native American painter who is credited with influencing […]

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Sports Rewind: Coyotes take down Florida Gulf Coast, claim WNIT title

EDITORS NOTE: This article is from the 2015-2016 women’s basketball season as the Coyotes claimed the WNIT title in front of their home crowd. This was the last basketball game played in the DakotaDome, as the Sanford Coyote Sports Center opened the following fall. After the Coyotes’ goal of making the NCAA Tournament fell short, […]

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Women’s History Month events seek to educate

This month is about more than spring break and St. Patrick’s day. March is Women’s History Month and USD is holding several events to engage and educate students on women’s issues. Dr. Sara Lampert, director of the women, gender and sexuality studies program, said this month is a time to reevaluate how much attention is […]

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