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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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Keep It In the Family: The Story of USF Football

By Evan Gentry This is no normal news story or report. I set out to write a story on a team that had an unbelievable year in their third year as a member of the NCAA Division II. Instead of boasting a record of 10-1, their top tier stats, or

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USF Students Contemplate Ebola Risks

“Sick…I don’t know,” said college Sophomore Jada Plath. This is one of the answers we received after asking University of Sioux Falls college students what they knew about Ebola… “I know that it started in Africa,” Plath continued. “And I know that there have been more people that have broken

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South Dakota’s Expanded Teal Limit Leads to More Opportunities for Hunters

South Dakota’s Expanded Teal Limit Leads to More Opportunities for Hunters

It’s an early September morning. The sun is still about forty minutes away from rising, and the South Dakota marsh basks in the predawn light of another promising day. The decoys bob gently on the water, which has long since settled into peaceful tranquility after being disrupted by flying plastic

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USF Helps Create Virtual Choir

What do USF students, local businesses and South Dakota middle schoolers have in common? This year’s South Dakota virtual choir, of course. A virtual choir, in short, is the combination of separate YouTube videos submitted by people across any span of distance, singing the same song. “We take alto, soprano,

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