The Black Hills Pioneer continues its commitment to Black Hills State University’s journalism program with a $10,000 increased donation to the Pioneer’s journalism endowment at BHSU.
Chad Coppess picked up his first camera in high school. He knew then that all he wanted to do was take photos.
For the past 22 years, the Black Hills State University alum has been capturing iconic images across South Dakota as the senior photographer for the South Dakota Department of Tourism (SDDOT). Recently, one of those images landed on the cover of National Geographic Traveller Australia & New Zealand.
James Brown, Sly and the Family Stone and Stevie Wonder are just a few of the artists featured in Black Hills State University’s next Geek Speak lecture Thursday, March 5 at 4 p.m. in Jonas Hall 110.
The Black Hills are alive with the sound of music. Black Hills State University’s music department announces its spring concert series featuring guest percussionist Jeremy Johnston and an appearance to help the Black Hills Symphony Orchestra celebrate its 80th season.
BHSU’s Multicultural Mosaics radio show broadcast on The Buzz-FM (KBHU 89.1) usually features foreign countries and cultures; but February and March are dedicated to South Dakota.
Black Hills State University presents a New Music Extravaganza concert Thursday, Feb. 26 at 7:30 p.m. in Clare and Josef Meier Recital Hall. The Extravaganza features new music composed by, and written for, Spearfish composers and musicians including the premiere of a piece inspired by the science at the Sanford Underground Research Facility.
Dr. Tom Arnold, instructor of history at BHSU, invites the community to a discussion, “Butchers, Buffoons, and ‘Basterds’: Nazis in Popular Culture” Thursday, Feb. 26 at 4 p.m. in Jonas Hall 110 as part of the Geek Speak Lecture Series.
The Black Hills State University theater department will perform “Dog Sees God-Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead,” as its opening performance for the spring theater season.
Before voice synthesizers, turntables and electronic sound mixers, poetry provided the genius of sound effects. Professor of English Dr. Nicholas Wallerstein will present a poetry appreciation lecture Thursday, Feb. 19 at 4 p.m. in Jonas Hall 110.
Black Hills State University’s Friends of Music hosts “Music of Stage and Screen,” a concert featuring duet pianists, on Sunday, Feb. 15 at 2:30 p.m. in Clare and Josef Meier Hall on BHSU’s campus. A reception will follow the recital.
Black Hill State University assistant professor of art and St. Louis native Desy Schoenewies will present a lecture titled “Hands Up Don’t Shoot: Boiling Points of Tension in Ferguson, Missouri” Thursday, Feb. 12 at 4 p.m. in Jonas Hall 110 on the BHSU campus. The lecture is free and open to the public as part of the Geek Speak Lecture Series.
Anything is possible at Black Hills State University as illustrated by these recent faculty and staff headlines.
An ad created by Black Hills State University student Bryce Boser, mass communication major from Box Elder, won a University marketing contest and his ad will air regionally Sunday during the Super Bowl.
Boser was one of 12 finalists in the “Where Anything is Possible” marketing contest at BHSU.
Anything is Possible at Black Hills State University! Faculty, staff, and students are making headlines with their achievements. See what BHSU is in the news for lately. Call 605.642.6215 to share your news item.
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