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More than 150 Black Hills State University students, alumni and community members had an opportunity to network with a record number of employers at the recent BHSU Spring Career Fair.

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The Black Hills State University’s Case Library contains one of the most thorough western history collections in the area with more than 15,000 volumes covering all aspects of western history. Locals, historians and anyone interested in western history will now have access to these collections at the touch of their mouse as more of the historical resources are being made available online.

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When the 85th Academy Awards airs this Sunday, David Velte will not be concerned with which movie wins Best Picture or the best and worst dressed of the red carpet, he will be behind the scenes making sure what’s heard at the most prestigious motion picture awards ceremony is top quality.

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More than 20 eighth graders from the Belle Fourche Math and Science Club spent a day with Black Hills State University science professors touring the University labs and engaging in activities across various science disciplines.

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Black Hills State University art instructor Erica Merchant was one of 15 artists statewide chosen to display their artwork during the South Dakota Governor’s Awards in the Arts event held earlier this month.

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Black Hills State University will celebrate learning, living, working, and playing in the Black Hills during Outdoor Week, March 22-28. The week includes presentations, service events, contests, and activities to do in the Black Hills.

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After seeing a poster for the South Dakota Special Olympics Polar Plunge, Black Hills State University student John Walker decided to take on a challenge and asked his fellow classmates to do the same.

This weekend, Walker, a human services major from Spearfish, will brave the below freezing temperatures and plunge into the icy water at the Spearfish Rec and Aquatics Center in a costume designed by the class that donated the most money for the Special Olympics annual fundraiser

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Best-selling author and veteran journalist Reese Erlich will make a stop at Black Hills State University on his national speaking tour looking at how and why he believes the United State lost the war in Iraq.

 

The presentation titled “Who Won the Iraq War?” is at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 28 in the David B. Miller Yellow Jacket Student Union Jacket Legacy room. The talk is free and open to the public. Erlich will also speak about his recent experiences covering the Arab Spring in Syria, Egypt, Libya and nearby countries.

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The Black Hills State University Psychology Club will be hosting its annual rat race competition Feb. 27.

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A group of Black Hills State University students and faculty recently attended the 2013 S.D. Governor’s Conference on Tourism in Pierre.

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For more than 20 years, Black Hills State University’s Donald E. Young Sports and Fitness Center has been a hub of community activity that brings in thousands of visitors. Next weekend the best Division II track and field competitors from South Dakota, Colorado, New Mexico and Nebraska will converge at the Young Center for the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) Indoor Championship.

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This summer, Black Hills State University will host a variety of summer academic camps designed to educate and inspire middle and high school students. Participants will have the opportunity to explore new interests and further their education and skills while experiencing campus life.

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Nearly 40 years ago, Dr. Mary Caton-Rosser spent time hiking Yellowstone’s backcountry lugging her zoom lens and snapping photos of awe-inspiring creatures – grizzly bears, eagles, hawks. Since then, those photos have taken on a variety of forms and are now part of a multimedia community exhibit titled “Trails to Tales: Seeking Sense of Place in Prints and Perspectives” that are now on exhibit throughout Belle Fourche.

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Black Hills State University theatre will present the Pulitzer Prize winning play “How I Learned to Drive” by Paula Vogel.

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Plans are moving forward on a new, state-of-the-art residence hall for Black Hills State University which connects two existing halls and provides for a vibrant community setting for students.

The new hall is estimated to break ground in early summer of 2014 with a completion date of summer 2015. When completed, the residence hall will be the first new hall built in nearly 50 years.

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