Ag anti-trust discussed at USD law school symposium

By Travis Gulbrandson Changes have to be made with antitrust laws to reverse the trend currently seen in many areas of agriculture, where production is controlled by the same few companies, who then use their stronghold to control the market price. This was the consensus reached during the South … Read Article

Match Day reveals Sanford School of Medicine students’ residencies

Fourth-year medical students at the University of South Dakota Sanford School of Medicine learned where they will complete their residency training as Match Day ceremonies were held across the country on Friday, March 15, including in Rapid City, Sioux Falls and Yankton. Envelopes were handed to each student with their … Read Article

Forum: Detection important to wage cyber-war defense

By Travis Gulbrandson As more data is uploaded to computer networks around the world, more of modern warfare may be conducted in cyberspace. However, while cyber warfare may have an effect, it won’t necessarily have an enduring result, said Lt. Col. Damian Donahoe, senior military science instructor at the … Read Article

Proceeds from 16th annual Dance Marathon at USD to benefit Children’s Miracle Network

VERMILLION – Dance Marathon will host its 16th annual fundraising event at the University of South Dakota beginning at 9 a.m. on Saturday, March 23 and continuing through 9 a.m. on Sunday, March 24. Dance Marathon, the largest student-run philanthropy in the state of South Dakota, donates all proceeds from … Read Article

High school students can register now for Healthcare Careers Camp at USD

VERMILLION – High school students interested in careers in the health care industry can register now to attend the seventh annual Healthcare Careers Summer Camp at the University of South Dakota, June 16-21. Students selected will participate in information-gathering activities and receive hands-on learning, including a gross anatomy lab tour, … Read Article