Black Hills State University will present the holiday classic Miracle on 34th Street Dec. 3-5.
The second presentation in the Black Hills State University Community Lunch and Lecture Series will be Thursday, Nov. 19 at 11:30 a.m.
Black Hills State University students trick or treating for a cause collected over 1,300 items for the Spearfish Food Pantry and the Artemis House recently.
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.
Black Hills State University is sponsoring the 9th Annual Red Shirt Cultural Holiday Exchange, which includes a collection of toys and funds along with at visit by BHSU students to the Red Shirt School. The event, which began as two-student project in 2000, has grown into a campus wide event with participation numerous organizations.
Black Hills State University will host “First Fridays: Breakfast with the Arts” Nov. 6 at 9:30 a.m., in Clare & Josef Meier Hall, Room 128 on the BHSU campus.
Black Hills State University athletics will host multiple athletic events this weekend including the football game against S.D. School of Mines and Technology and the home opener of men’s and women’s basketball.
Upgraded seating in the Donald E. Young Sports and Fitness Center is in place for opening weekend of Yellow Jacket basketball.
The Black Hills State University concert band played two concerts recently to raise money for Honor Flight South Dakota. More than $1800 was raised from donations taken at the door.
Nearly 150 people attended two South Dakota Certified Public Accountant Society Accounting Showcases in Spearfish and Rapid City, hosted by Black Hills State University.
A presentation on the past and future of the Homestake Mine will be presented by Steven T. Mitchell and Dr. Jose Alonso Thursday, Nov. 19 at the Adams Museum at 1 p.m.
Black Hills State University recently co-hosted the 2009 Regional ASPIRE Conference with the South Dakota TRiO programs. Over 250 TRiO participants from Colorado, Montana, Wyoming, Utah, North Dakota, and South Dakota were in attendance.
Kent Meyers, writer in residence and associate professor of humanities at Black Hills State University, recently presented a book reading and signing on campus. His latest novel Twisted Tree is receiving national attention. The book was recently reviewed in People magazine (which gave it 3 ½ stars out of a possible of 4), the Washington Post and many other national and regional publications.
Students of the Black Hills State University student organization People for the Ethical Treatment of the Environment (P.E.T.E.) along with Hills Horizon, will host a 350 Climate Celebration Saturday, Oct. 24 at 11 a.m. at the bandshell in the Spearfish City Park.
In celebration of American Archives Month, the Black Hills State University Leland D. Case Library for Western Historical Studies and BHSU Archives will hold an open house on Oct. 29th from 2-5 p.m.
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Wednesday, October 26, 2016