Graduation Brings New Opportunities

Commencement is approaching for seniors across campus. Some graduates plan to stay in Vermillion to further their education, while others are branching out and accepting positions in the workforce. The University of South Dakota provides students with the ability to choose where they go and what they plan to do after graduation. Paige Krumm, a […]

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Political Science League brings lectures to life in recent panel

For the purpose of fostering political discussions while also pondering different prompts, the Political Science League (PSL) put professors to the test in their most recent event at USD. Held on Jan. 26, PSL hosted the USD Political Science Department Panel: Rebuilding the Government. Inspired by last year’s Honors Program event featuring faculty members stuck […]

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“Death by Chocolate & Aria: Divas at the Dome” gala sees opera students showcase skills

The USD Opera program hosted its annual “Death by Chocolate & Aria” gala last Saturday, albeit with a twist: this event, subtitled “Divas at the Dome,” saw four students perform for a crowd at the newly-renovated DakotaDome Club. The four student performers included Denisse Balandran, Margaret Meierhenry, Lauren Paul and KJ Phillips, who performed arias […]

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Groups petition SGA for large organization status

Several student organizations presented to the Student Government Association in hopes to get categorized as large student organizations. As a large student organization at USD, more General Activity Fee (GAF) funding is available.  Among the organizations, the Hammock Club president Margaret Meierhenry presented. Meierhenry said there are over 300 students in the organization, making Hammock Club […]

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SGA hosts deputy athletic director

USD’s Deputy Athletic Director, Mike West, and USD’s Director of Athletic Marketing and Promotions, Jarren Duffy, spoke at this week’s SGA meeting. Student attendance at athletic events is growing and is above average compared to other universities. Normally over 200 students attend the volleyball and basketball games. “It’s been awesome to see the students section […]

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