Black Hills State University and the Northern Hills chapter of
the Black Hills Area Habitat for Humanity are sponsoring a
Build-A-Burrito fundraiser May 5, Cinco de Mayo, at the Spearfish City Park Pavilion from 4-7 p.m.
Black Hills State University faculty and staff are transforming lives and making headlines with their achievements.
There are still seats available for the Maximum Impact Simulcast at Black Hills State University Friday, May 8.
The E.Y. Berry Library at Black Hills State University will offer extended hours during finals week to give students extra time to study and use library facilities to prepare for tests.
Spearfish Mayor Jerry Krambeck expresses his appreciation to Black Hills State University employees Sheng Yang, vice president of the BHSU faculty senate, Nancy Grassel, director of human resources, and Cindy Ostert, president of the Career Service Council, after issuing a proclamation declaring April 28 as BHSU Employee Appreciation Day.
Black Hills State University celebrated the Year of Science by breaking ground for a new science building this week.
More than 350 Black Hills State University graduates will participate in the 157th commencement ceremony Saturday, May 9 at 10 a.m. in the Donald E. Young Sports and Fitness Center.
Black Hills State University’s mass communication program and the Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) are conducting an innovative social media project, designed to connect college students with area senior volunteers.
Black Hills State University students visit with a representative from the Bennett County school district during the Black Hills Teachers Fair, which was recently hosted by the Career Center at BHSU.
Mae Whirlwind Horse (right) presents the 2009 Kevin Whirlwind Horse Memorial Scholarship to Rhiannon Morgan, Black Hills State University sophomore environment physical science major from Fort Thompson.
Black Hills State University recently celebrated Earth Week 2009 with a number of activities, including a clean-up project in collaboration with city of Spearfish.
During American Indian Awareness Week at Black Hills State University, the sixth annual American Indian Alumni gathering took place in conjunction with the annual Lakota Omniciye Wacipi (powwow).
Black Hills State University women's softball won three out of four home games recently played against Mayville State University.
Dancers of all ages gathered at the 26th Lakota Omniciye Wacipi (powwow), an annual event that draws people from a multi-state area.
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