For the past three years, a new tradition “Not Here, Not Anywhere” has been associated with the historic Battle for the Homestake Trophy. Teal-colored awareness ribbons signifying a unified stance against sexual violence and support for victims will adorn fans, players and coaches at the Oct. 12 Black Hills State University football (vs. South Dakota School of Mines & Technology) and volleyball (vs. Chadron State) games. The Oct. 12 “Not Here, Not Anywhere”
Premier Event also includes a special half-time presidential presentation.
Stepping outside of the classroom and traveling across the Atlantic, 20 Black Hills State University students and two professors gained an experience of a lifetime with a unique course, “ART/MCOM 492: Iceland Photography Excursion” that allowed students to travel abroad to Iceland for 12 days.
Black Hills State University accounting students get the chance to meet with potential employers at the annual Accounting Fair on campus. Wednesday, Sept. 25, from 9 – 11 a.m. at the Joy Center. Ten businesses will be in attendance to recruit students.
Visiting the country of New Zealand was at the top of Cole Hemmah’s bucket list. Just months after graduating from Black Hills State University, Cole was offered a rare opportunity to live and work in the country known for its diverse natural beauty. Originally from Sturgis, Cole graduated from BHSU in 2018 with a degree in outdoor education. He was working in Grand Junction, Colo., as a tutor when a fellow backpacking guide reached out to him with a job offer.
“Lions and tigers and Sting?” The Black Hills State University 2019 Swarm Week will be held Sept. 22-28 with the theme, “There’s No Place Like Home
coming,” inspired by the Wizard of Oz. Each year, BHSU students and the community come together to celebrate tradition and school spirit over a week of activities including the parade and homecoming football game.