Green and Gold Club, a booster club for Black Hills State University athletics, will not meet this week due to the Veteran’s Day holiday.
Three Black Hills State University student organizations were recently recognized by the South Dakota Board of Regents for their outstanding academic, community, and organizational work.
Black Hills State University will be the host site for a Scrubs Camp for area high school students Saturday, Nov. 22 from 8 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. The camp provides South Dakota high school students a chance to discover the healthcare field by offering them an opportunity to explore and experience various healthcare industry careers.
The Black Hills State University Singers will hold a historical evening of theatre, dinner, and choral singing. The event will take place at Roma’s Ristorante at 6:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 21 and Saturday, Nov. 22.
The Black Hills State University rodeo team recently raised $7,500 at a two-day golf tournament at the Spearfish Country Club. The money will be used to help cover future travel expenses and for scholarships. The team plans to make the tournament an annual event put on by Black Hills Rodeo Scholarship Fund, Inc.
Lia Purpura, well-known poet and author, will give a reading Tuesday, Nov. 18 at 7 p.m. in the Clare and Josef Meier Recital Hall on the Black Hills State University campus. The event is hosted by the BHSU Honors Program and Kent Meyers, associate professor of humanities and writer-in-residence at BHSU.
High school students from six area schools took part in an art fair recently at Black Hills State University. Students and teachers took advantage of the vendor demonstrations and seminars.
Black Hills State University will host “What to do When Things Go Wrong,” a financial presentation by Terry Mills, of Consumer Credit Counseling in Rapid City, Wednesday, Nov. 12 at 2 p.m. in the David B. Miller Yellow Jacket Student Union Jacket Legacy Room. Mills will speak about proactive steps one can take to work with his or her financial institution in a financial pinch.
Alicia Hipple and Steve Harker, Harker Mellinger CPAs, LLC., visit with a Black Hills State University student at the South Dakota Certified Public Accountant (SDCPA) Society Business Showcase. The showcase brought in over 10 different accounting firms.
Black Hills State University students Matt Kapust, from Casper, Wyo., and Randal Iverson, from Rhame, N.D., have an entry in the U.S. News “Why my School Rocks” video contest.
Bryan Walker, Spearfish Economic Development Director, introduces the District 31 Legislative candidates at a forum at Black Hills State University last weekend.
Paul Sather, BHSU men’s basketball coach, (left) and Mark Nore, BHSU women’s basketball coach, (right) present a check to George Larson, American Cancer Society representative (center), following their participation in the national Coaches vs. Cancer at a Yellow Jackets home game last season.
The Black Hills State University photography program recently received cash donations of $18,000 as well as additional equipment donations with a value of $9,000.
Dr. David Cremean, associate professor of humanities and English at Black Hills State University, recently presented his essay, "Zeitgeist, Incorporated: The Two Chigurhs in the Novel and Film Versions of No Country for Old Men," at the Fall 2008 Western Literature Association (WLA) conference in Boulder, Colo.
Dr. Roger Miller, associate professor of geography at Black Hills State University, will be escorting a college study tour to Australia and New Zealand. Community members are welcome to join the group.
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