Black Hills State University hosts a “Tea at Three” discussion series to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month. The next discussion topic, The Search for Ethnic Identity, will be held Oct. 8 followed by Honoring Latino Veterans on Oct. 15. Both discussions are open to the public and will begin at 3 p.m. in BHSU’s Jonas Hall room 105.
The Ray Rice controversy will drive a campus discussion this week as part of the Geek Speak lecture series at Black Hills State University. Faculty representing diverse viewpoints and disciplines will lead the dialogue.
The Black Hills State University Music Department 2014-2015 Edsall Performing Artist Series will present two upcoming concerts. The first, on Thursday, Oct. 2, features Dr. Bob Jones performing songs of French composer Maurice Ravel.
Black Hills State University returns to the 1970s on Thursday to explore funk music with a lecture titled “All that is Good is Nasty: The Funkification of the Nation.” The lecture is part of BHSU’s Geek Speak lecture series.
The Black Hills State University campus and community celebrate the annual Swarm Days this week with events influenced by the “Sting lightning” theme. Events include carnivals, pep rally, a hike, alumni awards, homecoming football game and parade.
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Friday, February 24, 2017