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In this photograph from last week, Alexis Oskolkoff poses on the University of South Dakota campus in Vermillion. Oskolkoff said racially insensitive remarks were made toward her and her son as they were dressed in traditional Native American regalia for the Oct. 5 USD Dakota Days parade in Vermillion. (AP file photo)

USD to work on cultural sensitivity after incident

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VERMILLION (AP) — University of South Dakota officials have said they plan to strengthen student conduct policies and do more work on cultural sensitivity after an incident involving an American Indian student during the school’s homecoming parade.

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