Black Hills State University officially named the newly-renovated hillside on campus “Oyate Wicaka Wita,” a Lakota name meaning People/Nation Gathering Place, during a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Monday.
With a knack for entrepreneurship and a love of the outdoors, a team that included Black Hills State University students and a staff member placed first in Startup Weekend Black Hills recently.
Black Hills State University will host a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the newly renovated hillside on campus near the E.Y. Berry Library-Learning Center.
As the Board of Regents meeting concluded at Black Hills State University last week, BHSU honored the retirement of one of the University’s distinguished alumni and a strong supporter of education in the State of South Dakota, Regent Dr. Kathryn Johnson.
As a student’s first photograph rises from the developer, Steve Babbitt once again gets to witness the student’s face light up with excitement. Steve says that expression of wonder is still one of his greatest rewards after teaching 25 years.
Black Hills State University will celebrate American Indian Awareness Week April 3-8 with an engaging line-up of speakers discussing the origins of Lakota song and dance, the Dakota Access Pipeline, and the “Dignity” statue recently installed near Chamberlain.
After working and traveling to 100 countries throughout his career as a program officer and contracts director, Black Hills State University alum James Dzierwa is paving the way for students to build a career in international relations.
The Black Hills State University Dennis Kirk Jacket Ride, an annual event during the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally which supports veteran scholarships, will be featured on the Travel Channel’s ‘Secret Eats’ television series Feb. 1.
More than 200 Black Hills State University graduates were awarded master, bachelor, associate degrees and certificates during the University’s 172nd commencement ceremony in December.
Seven international students graduated with bachelor’s degrees from Black Hills State University in December, a notable achievement for the University as it aims to increase global engagement.
Black Hills State University alumni, including former track & field and cross country athletes, are encouraged to participate in the 25th annual Alumni Mile weekend Jan. 20 and 21.
Art and communications alumni from Black Hills State University are using their talents in support of the Humane Society of the Black Hills following the Humane Society’s recent intake of 75 neglected animals.
Here's three hints to guess the hometown of Black Hills State University student Katherine Carstensen-Zerbst: The weather is frightful, the town has candy cane light poles up 365 days a year, and its most famous resident is especially jolly. That’s right, Katherine is from North Pole, Alaska.
Among the 200 graduates at the Black Hills State University Fall Commencement were 14 students participating in a program that has shown impressive graduation rates, far surpassing expectations.
More than 200 candidates for graduation will be recognized during the 172nd Black Hills State University commencement ceremony.
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