When you sit on the edge of a C.I.A. safe house placed in the Black Hills State University Pangburn Theatre, you know you’re about to witness something unexpected. BHSU’s Annual Summer Stage series kicks-off June 4 with “Sin, Sex, and the C.I.A.” Tickets are on sale now.
In honor of the South Dakota Supreme Court’s 125th anniversary, Dr. John Glover, professor of American Indian Studies at Black Hills State University, and his collaborative partners released ‘The Judicial Voices Project’ website recently.
Scholar-athletes at Black Hills State University have impressive grade point averages (GPAs). Jhett Albers, director of athletics, said BHSU scholar-athlete GPA statistics are impressive every year but even more impressive this year because BHSU has increased the number of scholar-athletes participating in the University’s athletic programs.
Black Hills State University students presented research to an international audience during a meeting of the American Chemical Society in Denver, recently.
Black Hills State University will offer students in the Black Hills opportunities to expand their knowledge and engage in learning over the summer through several academic camps.
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.
Black Hills State University honored outstanding faculty and staff during the annual Employee Awards Reception recently.
Award recipients were nominated by their peers for their excellence in the classroom, community and throughout the 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.
Black Hills State University honored its retirees during the annual Employee Recognition Celebration recently.
Seven faculty and two staff members are retiring from BHSU this year, after, a combined 165 years of service and dedication and to the University.
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.
Kessler, an art major from Rapid City, arrived at Black Hills State University with a love of painting. But she’ll graduate from BHSU this weekend as a well-rounded artist who now chooses sculpture as her choice of expression.
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Saturday, October 22, 2016