Shaina Johnson, biology major at BHSU and member of the Oglala Lakota Sioux Tribe from Porcupine, will spend this summer at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta (CDC), and Sanford Medical Center in Sioux Falls as part of a prestigious public health initiative.
Almost 40 years after it first hit the stage, “The Phantom of The Matthews Opera House” will once again be a summer draw for Black Hills community members and visitors this July, thanks to a collaborative effort between The Matthews and Black Hills State University.
Black Hills State University’s pilot program offering reduced tuition to guard and military members in Rapid City has been expanded and will now also be offered at locations in Pierre and Sioux Falls.
Black Hills State University photojournalism students completed the project, “A Day in the Life of Spearfish SD,” recently, capturing the day-to-day lives of individuals that live, work and play in Spearfish.
The Sturgis Rally is 12 weeks away, but students at Black Hills State University have been gearing up for it all semester creating marketing and event proposals for a local company.
Dr. Amy Fuqua, professor of humanities who has been serving as chair of the School of Arts and Humanities, has been named the dean of the College of Liberal Arts at Black Hills State University.
A farce, a detective story and a timeless musical arrive at Black Hill State University next month for Summer Stage 2015. Tickets are on sale now.
Tayler Ripley, biology and chemistry double major originally from Gettysburg, turned his enjoyment of fishing Lake Oahe into a career with the help of faculty mentors at Black Hills State University.
Cassie Smith’s parents are all the motivation she needs to pursue her future career. Cassie, an exercise science major from Colorado Springs, Colo., will attend the University of Puget Sound’s School of Physical Therapy in Tacoma, Wash., after graduating from Black Hills State University.
When Kristin Prescott decided to enroll at BHSU, more than 800 miles from her hometown of Colgate, Wis., she was looking for adventure away from home. Now just days away from graduating, Kristin has decided to stay in the Black Hills and help local families through a full-time job with Child Protection Services in Rapid City.
Education students from Black Hills State University are making Teacher Appreciation Week extra-special for local teachers.
Dr. Urla Marcus, director of the Center for American Indian Studies at Black Hills State University, was recently named to South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard’s Native American Student Achievement Advisory Council.
When BHSU alum Dennie Mann isn’t working to protect wildlife, he’s observing them through the lens of his camera.
“The Shells of Time,” a rock ‘n’ roll band based out of the Black Hills from 1967-1975 featuring nine Black Hills State University alumni, was inducted into the South Dakota Hall of Fame recently.
Black Hills State University is looking to capture South Dakota tourism in a unique way.
South Dakota student photographers are asked to participate in the 2015 World Tourism Days Photo Contest & Exhibition. Photographs in the contest will depict the opportunities that tourism creates in the state.
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Monday, January 23, 2017