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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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More than 40 former Black Hills State University track and field and cross country runners returned to campus recently to participate in the 21st annual Stadium Sports Grill BHSU Alumni Mile. The weekend-long event, held in conjunction with the Dave Little Invitational, included a Friday night social at the Stadium Sports Grill in downtown Spearfish, and an after-race luncheon in the BHSU Yellow Jacket Hall of Fame room.

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Black Hills State University will usher in its 130th anniversary with a Founder’s Day celebration Wednesday, Feb. 27, with a chili cook-off and a trip down memory lane with a style show featuring clothing and accessories from BHSU's past and present.

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Black Hills State University is proud to announce its partnership with the Spearfish Chamber of Commerce to operate the new Black Hills Virtual business Incubation Program, BH VIP, from an office at the Chamber.

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A team of Black Hills State University professors have developed a new multi-tiered model for math instruction that identifies struggling students earlier with an ultimate goal of getting them a college diploma.

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It takes place in New York, San Francisco, London, Paris, and Tokyo, and now an alternative art movement is making its way to South Dakota with the help of Black Hills State University art instructor Desy Schoenewies.

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The Office of Academic Affairs at Black Hills State University has released the dean’s list for the fall 2012 semester.  A total of 737 students maintained a grade point average of 3.5 or above while taking at least 12 credit hours to be named to the list this semester. Students are listed by hometown or current place of residence.

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Matt Schofield first met Jimmy Crammer in the late ‘60s during an English class at Black Hills State University. Crammer was a South Dakota farm boy who was drafted, sent to fight in the war in Vietnam, and comes back forever scarred. Crammer is also a fictional character and the subject of Schofield’s two published books.

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Three Black Hills State University students recently received scholarships through the South Dakota Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance.

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Gina Jespersen’s upcoming year is going to be a busy one. Aside from finishing her degree in elementary education, the Black Hills State University student will be traveling around the country promoting the Black Hills Stock Show (BHSS) as the newly crowned rodeo queen.

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Mike Bean has always been a fan of the University of Notre Dame athletics, especially football, so when the Black Hills State University alumnus got an internship in Notre Dame’s sports medicine department, he was fulfilling a dream.

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In his most recent art exhibit, Black Hills State University assistant professor Dustin Hinson combines the unique topographies of the Earth’s surface with random lines, shapes and contours to create abstract pieces that provide some sense of reality.

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Black Hills State University is encouraging students to spend their weekends on campus by offering many enjoyable activities and opportunities. Along with the usual variety of campus happenings, once a month during the spring semester, BHSU will provide students with a unique weekend filled with entertainment, giving them more reasons to stay on campus and take full advantage of their university experience.

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Prospective students are snapping their photos with of Black Hills State University displays at the Rushmore Mall in Rapid City and the Empire Mall in Sioux Falls in hopes of winning a $1,000 scholarship contest.

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Black Hills State University’s Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) recently received two grants from local organizations. One grant was from the Greater Belle Fourche Area Community Foundation for $500, and the other grant was from the Spearfish Area Foundation for $750.

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