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thumb_recital_9949.jpg The music of Cole Porter will be featured in a special one-hour program by Black Hills State University music faculty and friends Friday, Feb. 9 at 7:30 p.m. in the recital hall in Clare and Josef Meier Hall. The concert is open to the public at no charge, but donations for BHSU music scholarships will be accepted at the door.

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Black Hills State University admissions representative Erin Richards will visit 14 area high schools next week to discuss college plans with students. High school students needing information about college costs, financial aid, housing, and academic information should plan to visit with Richards.

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thumb_Ipod_9938.jpg Jessica Stanton, freshman mass communications major from Custer, recently won an iPod Nano for her participation in a Black Hills State University campus-wide online tobacco survey which was sponsored by the tobacco grant initiative through the South Dakota Department of Health.

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haislett_judith.jpg Dr. Judith Haislett, vice president for student life at Black Hills State University, is taking on a new position as assistant to the president and director of special projects as of July 1, 2007. In her new position, Haislett will oversee several special projects including serving as chairperson for the 125th Anniversary Celebration for BHSU, coordinating emergency planning procedures, and managing the review and development of the university policy manual.  She will also coordinate training and professional development for the campus by assisting with staff orientation and creating on-going faculty and staff professional development events.

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thumb_memmer_959.jpg Students pursuing a wellness management degree at Black Hills State University will take active roles at the Donald E. Young Sports and Fitness Center giving students the opportunity to gain essential experience as a part of several changes at the Young Center. The students will become much more involved in fitness training as well as becoming involved in management and operational roles.

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thumb_roadifer_9954.jpg Several Black Hills State University students found outdoor education program internships that gave them valuable experience working at adventurous locations.

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A group of 20 Black Hills State University students and staff members will embark on the experience of a lifetime this March as they travel to Louisiana to assist with hurricane relief efforts during spring break. While some college students choose to soak up the Mexican sun or work to earn extra money, this group of dedicated individuals will volunteer their time gutting houses, removing mold, and working with displaced hurricane victims in New Orleans.

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Black Hills State University students are invited to submit their business plans for the 2007 Governor's Giant Vision Student Business Competition that will be held in April 2007.

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Black Hills State University is hosting four teacher training workshops for the South Dakota Stock Market Game (SDSMG) program, a real-time online stock market simulation in which teams of students research and purchase a portfolio of stocks. Middle and high school teachers are invited to attend the free three-hour training workshops.

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Auditions and an information meeting for The Vagina Monologues, based on the play by Eve Ensler, will be held Monday, Jan. 22 at 7:30 p.m. in Jonas Hall Room 305 on the Black Hills State University campus. There are 10-12 female roles available. Males are encouraged to be involved in other parts of the production, including ticket sales, publicity, lights, sound, makeup and program/ticket design.

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Bradd Schafer, admissions representative at Black Hills State University, will discuss college plans with students in Colorado this month. Students needing information about college costs, financial aid, housing, and academic majors should plan to visit with Schafer.

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Black Hills State University is once again hosting the Junior Jacket Basketball Program for area boys and girls in kindergarten through sixth grade.

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The Northern Black Hills Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP), in residence at Black Hills State University, will hold their eighth annual Martin Luther King Day chili/soup supper Monday, Jan. 15.

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