Authorities investigating alleged rape on USD campus

By Travis Gulbrandson The city police are investigating an alleged rape that took place more than a week ago at Coyote Village on the University of South Dakota campus. The incident is alleged to have taken place between two students on Sunday, Oct. 6. Police Chief Matt Betzen told … Read Article

Sweep of Denver moves USD to first place in Summit

By Peter Chapman The University of South Dakota volleyball team solidified its first-place standing in the Summit League with a 25-21, 25-22, 26-24 sweep of Denver in Friday night’s matchup between previously-unbeaten teams. Both teams came into Friday’s game with a 4-0 conference record making it an important positioning … Read Article

Beacom School of Business earns Princeton Review praise as one of nation’s best

The University of South Dakota Beacom School of Business is one of the nation’s most outstanding business schools, according to the education services company, The Princeton Review, which features USD’s business school in the new 2014 edition of its book, “The Best 295 Business Schools.” Available now, the “Best 295 … Read Article

Coyoteopoly Food Drive planned next week

Coyoteopoly,  a University of South Dakota student-run activity, will be holding its annual food drive for the Clay County Food Pantry next week. The organization’s planned activities include: Saturday, Oct. 19     Distribute bags in community Tuesday, Oct. 22      Hunger Awareness Education at Elementary Schools                                     Activities for 3rd-5th grades; … Read Article

Noted education researcher, specialist to present programs at USD

VERMILLION – The University of South Dakota will present two programs from esteemed education professor Sylvia Hurtado, Ph.D., on Thursday, Oct. 17 and Friday, Oct. 18. Hurtado, director of the Higher Education Research Institute at UCLA, has published several articles and books related to educational outcomes, campus climates and college … Read Article