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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.

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Chase Vogel and Lorrin Anderson were crowned 2014 Swarm Days King and Queen at coronation Thursday night.

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Two Black Hills State University education majors were awarded the Dorothy Morris Memorable Scholarships for the 2014-2015 academic year.

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Black Hills State University photography professor Steve Babbitt demonstrated his drone on campus today showing photography students the potential and drawbacks of using cutting-edge technology for industrial, fashion, wedding, architecture, and sports photography.

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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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Angela Rose, a special education major from Rapid City, was awarded the $15,000 Amy & Michelle Emmert Scholarship for the 2014-2015 academic year.

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Black Hills State University student Mary Mitchell replays her day spent with fifth-graders at Creekside Elementary School in Spearfish. As she shares her stories from the classroom one can’t help but notice her passion, excitement and energy.

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The Black Hills State University Speech and Debate team will celebrate Constitution Day on Sept. 17 by examining the topic “Safety vs. Privacy: Is Terrorism or the NSA the Greater Threat to the Constitution” in a campus debate.

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Secrets to happiness, funk music, and prison poetry are a few of the diverse topics slotted for this year’s Geek Speak lecture series held Thursdays at 4 p.m. in Jonas Hall on the Black Hills State University campus.  Tomorrow’s lecture, “Happy?  The Secrets to Daily Joy and Lasting Fulfillment,” will be hosted by Jami Stone, associate professor of mathematics education.   

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Melissa Currier, who earned her MBA from Black Hills State University this summer, maximized the impact of her capstone project by partnering with the Spearfish Community Coalition to create a community bike race.The event will be held Sept. 13 and is designed to support positive, healthy, drug-free youth.


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  Businesses are encouraged to sign up for the Black Hills State University Accounting Career Fair Sept. 23 in Spearfish and Rapid City. The an...

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Samantha Johnson, senior business administration major from Spearfish, received a $1,500 Jane M. Klausman Women in Business Scholarship from Zonta International. 

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Courtney Gross, a senior English education major from Brandon, S.D., shared her study abroad experience in Lithuania with the Northern Hills Rotary Club yesterday.

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As a child, Connie Hubbard, adjunct German and piano instructor at Black Hills State University, aspired to be a rock star or a famous actress.

Though she didn’t make it onto the big screen, Hubbard has made a name for herself in local theater, performing in, directing and accompanying numerous productions in Spearfish since her debut in “Oklahoma!” in 2002. She joins several other BHSU faculty, staff, students and alumni on the stage for this year’s Matthews Opera House Theater on the Run, Saturday, Sept. 6.

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The biannual South Dakota Stock Market Game (SMG), a real-time online stock market simulation where teams of students research and purchase stock portfolios, is a perfect example of a program that mixes Common Core standards and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) skills, according to Don Altmyer, Black Hills State University professor of business and SDSMG coordinator. 

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