Patterson Appeals Conviction To SD Supreme Court: ‘There was no evidence of a disciplinary event’

Patterson Was Sentenced in 2015 To Life In Prison For Death Of Adrian Peterson's Son

VERMILLION, S.D.– The Sioux Falls man convicted of killing former Minnesota Viking Adrian Peterson’s biological son appealed his conviction to the South Dakota Supreme Court. Joseph Patterson’s case was heard at USD’s School of Law on Monday, where the defense argued that there was no motive or evidence to support his conviction. It’s been nearly two years since a jury…

USD Physics Professor Giving Class Hands On Experience During Solar Eclipse

University To Host Viewing Party On Monday, Aug. 21

A professor at the University of South Dakota says having the opportunity to see a solar eclipse is a 50-year event. If you’re lucky enough to be in his class, you won’t have to skip to witness it. Not only is he taking 180 students outside to experience the science first hand, he’s making a party out of it. USD…

USD Student Practicing Her Wave, Will Appear On Float At Rose Parade

A University of South Dakota student was chosen to ride on one of 40 floats in the Tournament of Roses Parade. She will be representing the Occupational Therapy profession in celebration of its 100th Anniversary. For months, even years, organizations across the nation raise money and create floats for the Annual Rose Parade in Pasadena, California. “I think it’s going…

SDSU Men, USD Women Win Summit Cross Country Titles

Jackrabbits Emily Donnay Wins Individual Title

SDSU’s Emily Donnay won the individual title and the Jackrabbit men and Coyote women took home team titles at the Summit League Cross Country Championships.