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The Black Hills State University radio station, KBHU-FM The Buzz, celebrated 40 years of broadcasting this fall. More than 50 past disc jockeys, station managers and others involved in KBHU over the years attended the 40threunion celebration.

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The next installment in Black Hills State University’s Geek Speak lecture series will be one for the books.  Literally.

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John Glover’s affinity for peregrine falcons began in fifth grade during the years when this raptor was an endangered species due to widespread use of pesticides.  More than 40 years later, Glover’s fondness for peregrines inspired a Black Hills State University video project capturing personal histories of some of the Great Plains’ most respected American Indians. 

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Black Hills State University hosts a “Tea at Three” discussion series to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month.  The next discussion topic, The Search for Ethnic Identity, will be held Oct. 8 followed by Honoring Latino Veterans on Oct. 15.  Both discussions are open to the public and will begin at 3 p.m. in BHSU’s Jonas Hall room 105.  

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On a map, Spearfish, S.D., and Ukraine are more than 5,000 miles apart.  That distance will seem smaller on Wednesday when Black Hills State University presents a special edition radio show, “Multicultural Mosaics:  Live on Ukraine.”  

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Dr. Chris McCart, assistant professor of outdoor education at Black Hills State University, will be featured at the Celebrating Accomplishment series, from noon to 1 p.m., Oct. 29 in the Clare and Josef Meier Hall, room 202.

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 Life-size dog sculptures created by Black Hills State University students using recycled cardboard have made an impression on campus and thanks to a collaborative effort the sculptures will be displayed at the Western Hills Humane Society and be part of their fundraiser.   

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Brianna Mount, assistant professor of research at BHSU, leads a discussion during a physics open house at the University. Mount secured a $600,000 Nat...

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Black Hills State University alumni and BHSU athletic teams were inducted into the BHSU Yellow Jacket Hall of Fame at a special induction ceremony during the 2014 Swarm Days celebration.

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A Black Hills State University student is one of the first recipients of the StudentAccess Scholarship, a new scholarship that aids students from disadvantaged backgrounds.

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Don Altmyer, professor of accounting at Black Hills State University, received the Individual Citation Award at the 2014 South Dakota Parks and Recreation Association (SDPRA) conference held last week in Spearfish.

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Jace DeCory, a long-time assistant professor of history and American Indian studies at BHSU, donated artwork to the Student Veteran Center, in honor of her late husband Sam DeCory. Sam was a 1984 BHSU graduate and served in the 5th Special Forces Green Beret.

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The Ray Rice controversy will drive a campus discussion this week as part of the Geek Speak lecture series at Black Hills State University.  Faculty representing diverse viewpoints and disciplines will lead the dialogue.

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The Leland D. Case Library at Black Hills State University will host a presentation on South Dakota’s first governor in celebration of the 125th anniversary of South Dakota’s statehood.

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When Black Hills State University student Clair Cecil graduates in December she will have quite the reference on her resume. Cecil, a psychology major from Rapid City, spent the summer working as an intern for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) in Greenbelt, Md.

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