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Write the next great American ______.
BHSU has a new creative writing minor, open to all students interested in honing their creative talents and/or students wanting to supplement their majors with the soft skills employers most often look for:  verbal acuity, effective communication, and creative problem solving skills. 

The minor will offer intensive study in elements of the craft, as well as genre studies in the form and technique of fiction and poetry.  For more information, contact Dr. Courtney Huse Wika @ courtney.husewika@BHSU.edu
--Submitted by Dr. Courtney Huse Wika on 2018-09-19

TRIO Student of the Month
September, 2018
TRIO Student of the Month
Chris James
 
Chris hails from Phenix City, Alabama. He transferred to BHSU his from Santa Rosa, California.  SSS advisor, Peggy Madrid and English Specialist, Tom Stulken nominated Chris for this recognition. Chris’s willingness to reach out for help when help is needed, his continued efforts to work hard and take full advantage of the opportunities available in our office is why he was nominated. When confronted with a difficult situation, Chris hits it head on. He manages his football schedule along with his rigorous courses for his Mass Communication degree.  Chris has also encouraged others to take advantage of the TRIO program to help them be more successful students. Keep working hard Chris; your efforts are making an impact. Congratulations!
--Submitted by Ashley Kirchner on 2018-09-18

Events
Magic: The Gathering Open House at Lookout Games
Want to teach your friends how to play Magic: The Gathering? Are you curious about the game, but never tried it? Maybe you used to play, but no longer have a deck?

Lookout Games invites you to join us for a Magic: The Gathering Open House on Saturday, September 22. This free event will run from 3:00-11:00 PM and is open to the public. New players will receive a free Starter Deck of Magic: The Gathering cards. If you already have a deck, bring a friend who is new to the game and you’ll both receive promotional cards.

Lookout Games is located at 1940 North Ave suite 9, Spearfish, SD.

See our Facebook page for event updates and details—we hope to see you there!
https://www.facebook.com/logamesspearfish/
--Submitted by Tyler Tillman on 2018-09-19

Geek Speak Postponed
This week's Geek Speak is postponed, and next week is reserved for  Swarm Days festivities, so please join us on Thursday, October 4, at 4:00 p.m. in Jonas 110 with Dr. Tim Steckline.  He will host,  “Zoot Suits and the Sailor Riots of 1943: Race Terror in Aztlan:”

Seventy-five years have passed since nearly a week of open terror in the streets of Los Angeles was blamed on the style of clothing worn by the victims. In 1941 the high style of working-class minorities had expressed itself in the zoot suit, broad-shouldered and narrow-waisted, featuring wide lapels and a generous drape, with a pair of reet pleats, all topped by a sweep-brimmed hat. The zoot was sported by the young Malcolm X and the wild Cab Calloway. As a flagrant rejection of a subservient posture, the zoot suit won over Mexican-Americans from Texas to California, and especially in Los Angeles. By WW II pachuco culture had adopted the zoot suit as its swaggering trademark. . . . Then, in June of 1943, zoot suits made their wearers into targets of mass assault and battery. For five days sailors on shore leave rioted and brutalized dozens of young Mexican-Americans, many wearing zoots. And from this outbreak of terror, a movement was forged. Viva La Raza.
--Submitted by Dr. Courtney Huse Wika on 2018-09-19

#adulting Seminar
Graduating Seniors!
Are you beginning to feel a little nervous for college to end and the “real world” to begin?
Join us on Saturday, October 27, 2018 from 8:30am to 3:00pm for a FREE #adulting Seminar. We have 7 BHSU Alumni coming to talk about all those #adult things we have all forgotten to prepare for after college (home insurance, mortgage loans, retirement funds, HR benefits, credit counseling and more). Not only will we provide a FREE light breakfast and lunch, but you will also walk away with a FREE padfolio just for attending. To top it off, Justin Varland – BHSU Class of 2002, Head of Carrier Sales for Apple, Inc., will be our Keynote Speaker. #prettycool.
 
Register now! Only 50 spots available.
www.bhsu.edu/adulting
Saturday, October 27, 2018 (8:30am-3:00pm)
Joy Center Alumni Welcome Center (down the hill from Woodburn, next to the Football Stadium)
Presented by the BHSU Alumni Association & Foundation
Sponsored by: State Farm Insurance, First National Bank, Security First Bank, Financial Benefits & CMG Financial
 
--Submitted by Hans Nelson on 2018-09-19

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