SGA holds second meeting of the semester

SGA held the second meeting of the semester at 6:30 p.m. on Sept. 12. After roll was taken, approving the agenda and the minutes from last week’s meeting, they kicked off the meeting with Vice President Elizabeth Brust approving the proxies.  The meeting started with guest speaker, April Lee, assistant director of service learning and […]

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Student Club Honors Women’s History Month

In celebration of Women’s History Month, a new student organization, Activists for Equality, hosted their first event, a trivia night in the MUC pit on March 6.  Anna Bottesini, president of Activists for Equality, said she was excited to host the first event. “(The event is) just to inform people about the impact women have […]

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MUC Decorated With Decks for Another Year

The Muenster University Center (MUC) is hosting a skateboard decks exhibition for another year. This tradition is thanks to the spring class of the First Year Art Seminar. Amy Fill, the curator for USD galleries, said ART 101 students are encouraged to express themselves with their skateboard decks.  “It’s all inclusive,” Fill said. “Whoever participated […]

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Editorial: Students Should be Allowed to use Flex as Coyote Cash

College is a big step and brings about a lot of stress. Moving away from the people in your support system is nerve-wracking and adding the stress of figuring out what you need to be signed up for in college does not help.  The confusion around Coyote Cash, flex dollars and meal plans that come […]

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Are we getting Starbucks and Panda Express in the MUC?

What dining options are coming to USD and are they what the people want? As most people have heard, there is a possibility Aramark is leaving and therefore, the food places with it. I’ve heard UBrew is turning into a Starbucks, Qdoba is becoming a Chipotle, Legacy Wings is leaving and we might get a […]

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Around the World with International Club

The International Club holds Around the World Wednesdays where different countries are presented to students and staff. On Jan. 26, the countries that were being presented were all from South Asia. Daphne Navarro, the marketing director for the International Club, said it’s important to learn about other cultures. “It’s important to share culture,” Navarro said. […]

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New Opportunity Center awaits leadership

The University of South Dakota in accordance with the South Dakota Board of Regents, opened the new Opportunity Center on Jan. 1.  This new Opportunity Center will solely be an office space that will work in unison with the Student-Centered Space. The Student-Centered Space replaced the former Center for Diversity and Community adjacent to the […]

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