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Political Update: Issues on Immigration

by Amy Elston So far, we’ve talked about higher education, ISIS, health care, and taxes. This week we will be taking a look on where Republicans stand on immigration. Ted Cruz has recently toughened his “stance” on immigration. The United States currently has 12 million illegal immigrants. During an interview

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Sports Line Ep. 007 4-12-16

Host Evan Gentry recaps tennis, baseball, and golf.   Join us next week when we have former USF basketball star, Jordan Stotts in studio!

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Cooking with Ben

A college student attempts to create a delightful meal for his date, but it does not go as planned.

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Students Spread Political Awareness

The University of Sioux Falls is taking notice of the upcoming elections by beginning their own college Republicans and Democratic groups. Representatives from both parties give College Daily an overview of their goals for their groups. “The goal is of this club is to be equitable across the party lines

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Top 10 Albums of Early 2016

Top 10 Albums of Early 2016

10. Mothers – When You Walk A Long Distance You Are Tired Full of exposed emotions, When You Walk A Long Distance You Are Tired gives listeners a window into the frontwoman’s soul in these raw, reflective songs. 9. Ray LaMontagne – Ouroboros Ray LaMontagne presents his fans with a

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USF Alumni – Zach Dresch

USF alumni, Zach Dresch, has a sense of what he wants do since graduating USF last spring. In the past year, Zach has gotten into standup comedy and performs at Rookies during the week. Zach tells USF College Daily what a night at Rookies looks like. “People should come in

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Powerlifting: Exploding into the Workforce

As he wraps up his last year here at USF, senior Derek Tolbert prepares himself for an upcoming powerlifting competition. As a former pole vaulter for the USF track team, Tolbert knows enough about competition! In an interview with the powerlifter, Tolbert explained his upcoming event. “This will be the second

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Have You Heard the Thunder?

The thunder is rolling at USF as the percussion group, Purple Thunder, has begun practicing.  Junior Rachel Deboer, co-leader of the group, explains what Purple Thunder is all about. “Purple Thunder is a student-led, student-started percussion group at USF.  We do all kinds of percussion things, including experimental stuff, bucket drumming. We

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Library Workers Give USF Students a Tour of Mears

Books, books, and more books. The Mears Library has a book to suit any USF student’s needs, from reference books all the way to material for leisure reading. If students are struggling to find books that peaks their interest, library workers are more then happy to make a recommendation. Every

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The Disarmed Rocks Meredith Hall

This past Monday, The Disarmed played in Meredith Hall. We were able to sit down with members of the band and ask them about The Disarmed. “We wanted to do a band of some sort, but we weren’t sure how we wanted to convey that so we kind just of

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