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Swarm Day 2008 was a historic homecoming celebration. In addition to the yearly homecoming festivities several distinctive events were held to commemorate Black Hills State University’s Quasquicentennial.

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Dr. Ahrar Ahmad presented “American Democracy and the Muslim World.” as part of the Black Hills State University Chiesman Foundation’s  celebration of the 221st anniversary of the United States Constitution on September 17, 2008. 

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The BHSU Speech and Debate Team will host Debate Watch 2008, a series of events to bring people together to watch and then discuss the upcoming presidential and vice presidential debates. The first presidential debate of the election year will be shown Friday, Sept. 26 at 6 p.m. in the David B. Miller Yellow Jacket Student Union Marketplace.

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Kent Meyers, associate professor in the department of humanities at Black Hills State University, will present at the 2008 South Dakota Festival of Books.

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Due to the overwhelming response, tickets are no longer available for the Accomplished 125 Luncheon and the Hall of Fame banquet tomorrow (Friday, Sept. 19) at Black Hills State University. 

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BHSU faculty and friends perform early 1900s concertBHSU will be the venue for an early 1900s acoustic experience Sunday, Sept. 28 at 2:30 p.m. in Meier Recital Hall. A special program of American music from a century ago, most from authentic sheet music recovered from the historic Adams House Museum in Deadwood, will be performed by BHSU faculty and friends.

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Black Hills State University graduate student Jodie Massie, who is completing a research project as a part of her coursework in pursuit of a master’s degree in integrative genomics, is making plans to release more than 1,200 snakes to their den after collecting research on the snakes over the last three months.

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Dr. Riccardo DeSalvo, a physicist at California Technical University, is scheduled to speak at the Spearfish High School Auditorium Thursday, Sept. 18 at 7 p.m.

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David Cremean, Black Hills State University associate professor of English, recently published an introduction for Zane Grey’s The Rainbow Trail.

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Dr. Lee Pearce, associate education professor at Black Hills State University, and Dr. Richard Gayle, associate math professor at BHSU, had their article, "Oral reading fluency as a predictor of reading comprehension on a state's measure of adequate yearly progress" recently published in the International Journal of Psychology: A Biopsychosocial Approach.

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Dr. David Wolff, associate history professor at Black Hills State University, and several BHSU students participated in two archaeological digs this summer, which explored the early history of Deadwood and the Northern Black Hills.

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Dr. Janeen Larsen, professor of music at Black Hills State University, has been invited to present a session at the Music Teachers Nationals Association Conference in Atlanta, Ga. next April. The session entitled “Jumping Into Jazz,” will provide music teachers with self-teaching strategies to develop jazz improvisation skills.

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David Wolff, associate professor of history at Black Hills State University, was elected vice president of the South Dakota State Historical Society board of trustees.

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Black Hills State University will host a new music theatre performance this fall entitled Tres Vidas. The event, performed by the Core Ensemble, will take place at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 15 in the recital hall of Clare and Josef Meier Hall.

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Johanna MeierThe Black Hills State University Friends of Opera will hold a ”A Victorian Garden Party” Sunday, Sept. 14 from 3-5 p.m.

 

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