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Black Hills State University will be sponsoring two events during this year’s famed Sturgis Motorcycle Rally as a way to raise funds and highlight the beauty of the University campus.

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Established in 2008, the Black Hills State University community garden has been generating produce for the campus and is one of many initiatives that establish the University as a leader in sustainable efforts.

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In her short time as an intern for the Norwegian Outlet in Vestby, Norway, Black Hills State University student Kjersten Tofte has learned a great deal about the details of international marketing. Tofte is one of many BHSU students taking advantage of experiential learning opportunities locally and around the world.

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Summer Stage at Black Hills State University will present two fun-filled weekends of music and theatre with its production of the musical The Adventures of Mr. Toad by Piers Chater Robinson.

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A historic three-story house known as the Dickey House, which has been used as a residence for several Black Hills State University presidents, is now on the market for a price tag of $590,000.

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The Black Hills State University Rodeo Team recently added a new member - a horse named Leo - thanks to a donation from a Canadian couple who frequently vacation in the Black Hills.

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Black Hills State University has been granted active member status by the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division II.The NCAA released the news of BHSU’s membership this afternoon. BHSU was one of eight new members approved for active status during this week’s DII Membership Committee meeting in Indianapolis.

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The seventh season of the Black Hills State University Summer Stage kicks off Thursday with The Fox and the Fairway, a farce by Ken Ludwig. The show runs July 11, 12 and 13 at 7:30 p.m. and July 14 at 2:30 p.m.

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Wells Fargo in Spearfish recently donated $6,000 in academic and athletic scholarships for Black Hills State University students.

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A Black Hills State University graduate student’s research on a rust fungus’s ability to manipulate the genes of a wild mustard plant and create a fake flower recently caught the attention of National Geographic.

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There will be no shortage of quick-witted humor, eccentric characters, rivalry, and daring adventures in the seventh season of the Black Hills State University Summer Stage. With curtains opening in less than a month, the cast has been putting in long hours to prepare for the upcoming productions.

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The timing was perfect. Five years ago, when the Northern Hills Training Center called to ask Tracey Steinbach and her husband Brent, a record-setting USA Powerlifting (USAPL) competitor, to help a small group of individuals work out, the couple immediately said yes.

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The Johanna Meier Opera Theatre Institute, already underway at Black Hills State University, will include two key performances, Opera Scenes and Carmen.

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The Black Hills State University Yellow Jacket Rodeo Team raised more than $600 to kick off the annual Northern Hills Tough Enough to Wear Pink (TETWP) campaign.

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The Johanna Meier Opera Theatre Institute at Black Hills State University announced winners of the 12th annual Young Performers Competition.

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