Props and Liners, Black Hills State University’s honorary dramatic society and oldest active/continuous student organization, recently celebrated its 90th anniversary with seven decades of BHSU alumni in attendance.
The Black Hills State University Yellow Jacket Hall of Fame inducted five individuals and two teams as part of the 2011 Swarm Week festivities.
Black Hills State University recently honored several individuals for their service and achievements at the annual Alumni Awards Luncheon held during Swarm Week.
Winners have been announced for the Black Hills State University Swarm Day Paraded which included nearly 70 entries.
Dave Little and his wife Claudia will serve as parade marshals for the 2011 Black Hills State University Swarm Day parade Saturday, Sept. 10.
The Clarkson family recently donated $10,000 to establish the Kelli Clarkson Memorial Scholarship Fund at Black Hills State University.
On behalf of Pioneer Bank and Trust and the Clarkson family, Jeb Clarkson (left), senior vice president and senior trust officer for Pioneer Bank and Trust, presents a $15,000 check to Dwight Hansen, director of development of University Advancement at Black Hills State University, to be used for scholarships for the 2011-2012 academic year.
Black Hills State University will host a picnic for retired faculty and staff at noon Thursday, Sept. 8, at the large shelter behind the band shell in the Spearfish City Park.
Black Hills State University professor of photography, Steve Babbitt, along with other local artists Jim Brown; Mark Watson, BHSU Class of ’05; Heidi Watson, BHSU Class of ’05; and emerging artist Dan Contonis will be featured in an artists’ reception at the Spearfish Arts Center Friday, Sept. 2 from 5-7 p.m.
Black Hills State University will recognize several honorees during Swarm Week at the annual Alumni Awards Luncheon Friday, Sept. 9 at 12 noon in the Jacket Legacy Room of the David B. Miller Yellow Jacket Student Union on the BHSU campus.
The Black Hills State University Alumni Association hosted the 40-Year Reunion for the Class of 1971, in conjunction with the Williams & Ree and friends performance.
Nearly 400 people were in attendance when Williams and Ree returned to their alma mater, Black Hills State University, for a concert performance that raised over $7,000 for scholarships.
Recent Black Hills State University graduates Tyler Raad, Mary McGillivray, and Tessa Braddy will perform in a special show at Matthews Opera House this week. Spearfish native and two-time Tony Award nominee lyricicist Bill Russell will host two evenings of songs from musicals he’s written for the stage on Thursday, June 30 and Sunday, July 3, both at 7:30 p.m.
Steve Meeker, vice president for University Advancement at Black Hills State University, has announced that alumnae Sandra (Turney) Addy and her husband, Tad, have included BHSU in their estate plan for a major gift to establish two endowments, the income of which will support undergraduate scholarships in music and education.
Former teachers, friends, and attendees of the Lab School, which was located on the Black Hills State University campus from 1895 until 1963, are invited to a reunion July1 from 2-4 p.m. in the E.Y. Berry Library Learning Center at BHSU.
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Thursday, September 29, 2016