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USD Hosts Documentary Screening of Rumble

VERMILLION, S.D. – The University of South Dakota will host a screening of the documentary “Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World,” Jan. 29, at 7-10 p.m., about a 1950’s Native American musician named Link Wray and his influence on contemporary rock ‘n’ roll.

The award-winning documentary explores the crucial role of Native American people in the development of American popular music.

The screening is sponsored by USD's Native American Studies program, the Vermillion Cultural Programming Committee, and the Coyote Twin Theatre.


USD's College of Arts & Sciences offers students a top-notch undergraduate liberal arts education in the humanities, social sciences and sciences as well as graduate programs that have earned USD distinction as a research university by the Carnegie Foundation. The college's more than 22,000 alumni include famous journalists, Hollywood screenwriters, novelists, a Nobel Prize winner, South Dakota governors, attorneys, physicians, justices of the state Supreme Court, distinguished university faculty and international humanitarians.


Founded in 1862 and the first university in the Dakotas, the University of South Dakota is the only public liberal arts university in the state, with 202 undergraduate and 84 graduate programs in the College of Arts & Sciences, School of Education, Knudson School of Law, Sanford School of Medicine, School of Health Sciences, Beacom School of Business and College of Fine Arts. With an enrollment of nearly 10,000 students and more than 400 faculty, USD has a 16:1 student/faculty ratio, and it ranks among the best in academics and affordability. USD’s 18 athletic programs compete at the NCAA Division I level.


Hanna DeLange
USD News