Black Hills State University alumna and former cross country and track/field athlete Monica Headlee has been selected as one of the semifinalists for the Minnesota Teacher of the Year Award.
Black Hills State University will hold the annual Kevin Whirlwind Horse Memorial Run/Walk Saturday, April 17, before the Lakota Omniciye spring powwow. Registration begins at 10 a.m. in Salem Park.
Approximately 22 runners participated in the 18th annual Black Hills State University Alumni Mile, a fundraising event for scholarships.
Members of the Black Hills State University coaching staff will be speaking during luncheons hosted in Black Hills area towns. The Yellow Jacket Luncheon series will be making stops in Deadwood, Sturgis, Rapid City and other towns.
The Black Hills State University Yellow Jackets recently hosted a Coaches vs. Cancer night as a benefit for Ethan Dschaak and his family that raised more than $4,000. Dschaak, a BHSU alumnus and Sturgis head basketball coach, was diagnosed with cancer in early November.
Two Black Hills State University students are showcasing global photography in an exhibit on campus this spring. Amanda Allred, recent BHSU graduate from Spearfish, and Aric Bakeberg, photography major from Rapid City, announce their photography exhibit “Into Their World.” This exhibit consists of imagery made during summer internships in two very different parts of our world: coastal China and Swaziland, Africa.
Black Hills State University honored the descendants of Guy and Sylvia Doll as the 2010 Legacy Family. The award was presented by BHSU President Kay Schallenkamp and Steve Meeker, vice president of University Advancement, during a recent men’s basketball game.
Black Hills State University alumni, including former track & field and cross country athletes, are invited to participate in the 18th annual Alumni Mile weekend, Jan. 29 and 30.
Artwork by 11 Black Hills State University graduates, who are now employed as teachers, were among the artists showcased in a recent show at the Dahl Arts Center.
Dan Patterson, a Black Hills State University Class of 2002 graduate, recently returned to his alma mater to speak to mass communications students about social media and share his experiences in this rapidly changing field.
Teri McTighe, recent Black Hills State University graduate, is currently displaying a collection of realistic, western artwork at the Bayleaf Café.
This fall Black Hills State University hosted a 35th KBHU Radio Anniversary Reunion in conjunction with Swarm Day festivities.
Local artist Richard DuBois has created two watercolor prints for Black Hills State University to raise funds for art scholarships.
Black Hills State University recently hosted a Volleyball Reunion in conjunction with Swarm Day festivities. Reunion participants attended the BHSU volleyball game and were introduced between the second and third set of the match.
June Harvey, Class of ’74 and author of An Incredible Life: True Stories told by Clarence Riggs, recently held a book signing at Black Hills State University.
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Friday, December 9, 2016