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  • "The Post" Viewing

    "The Post" Viewing

    Location: Jonas 110
    Time: 6 pm - 9 pm
    Watch "The Post" and discuss it among others! Brought to you by the College Democrats and made by CAB
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  • Humorist Reader Speaker, "How to Cuss in Western"

    Humorist Reader Speaker, "How to Cuss in Western"

    “How To Cuss in Western”: Come Relax, Laugh, and Enjoy a Humorist on Campus
     
    Humorist Michael Branch will be appearing on the BHSU campus to talk and to read from his work on Tuesday, October 16, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. in the Black Box Theatre in Woodburn Hall. Mike is a raconteur and extremely engaging as a performer of his work as well. He has increasingly become known for his humor via his several books and his long-term “Rants” columns for High Country News.  Just in September, his latest book came out: How To Cuss in Western (the book actually includes very little of what we think of as cussing).
     
    Mike has long been a major leader in Ecocriticism and the Association for the Study of Literature and the Environment (ASLE), and his humorous work as well as his scholarly work has strong connections to what we tend to think of as the natural world, thus making him further appealing to our constituency here in the Black Hills. He teaches at The University of Nevada, Reno, and lives outside of Reno and off the grid in the high desert country there with his spouse and their two daughters, all characters to some degree in his work (and in real life).
     
    Not only should students take advantage of this opportunity to relax and laugh, but the Spearfish Community is welcome, too. Mike also realizes, like most good humorists, that important meanings rest behind humor.
     
    This event is generously sponsored by the College of Liberal Arts (COLA).
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  • Free Flu Shots

    Free Flu Shots

    Location: Jacket Legacy Room in the Student Union
    Time: 2 pm - 8 pm
    Stopping the flu starts with you. 
    Students can get free flu shots, one day only, on Wednesday, Oct 17th.
    No appointment needed. 
    For more information call Student Health Services at 642-6520
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  • 5th Annual Women Entrepreneurship Week Panel Plus Q & A

    5th Annual Women Entrepreneurship Week Panel Plus Q & A

    Wed, Oct 17, 6:30 pmClub Buzz  BHSU will participate in the 5th Annual Women Entrepreneurship Week with a panel discussion plus Q & A with alumnae business owners Kelsie Darling, QuikSigns; Callie Wagner, Heather Schmidt and Caryn Eisenbraun of Trilogy Boutique (an online store); and Hannah Leone, Rebecca Leone Williams, and John Leone Williams of Leones' Creamery.  Event sponsors are Enactus, SDCEO, the SELC, and the School of Business Student Engagement Committee. Join us in Club Buzz to hear experienced insights on business creation.
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  • SELC Talk

    SELC Talk

    Location: Student Engagement & Leadership Center
    Time: 3 pm 
    Session 2 of SELC Talks: Formulate
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  • Geek Speak

    Geek Speak

    Art Faculty at BHSU: “Beyond the Classroom”
    Location: Jonas 110
    Time: 4 pm

    The fine arts faculty (photo, studio, and graphic design) will present an evening of their current work in rapid-fire succession as part of the amazing Geek Speak Series! Each faculty member in the fine arts will showcase their work in 5-10 minute increments using images and fast talking. The impetus for this idea stems from BHSU students wanting to know more about the faculty’s own personal work outside of the classroom. This geek speak will give the BHSU campus and community a small taste of the work that is created beyond the classroom.
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  • Weekly Yoga

    Weekly Yoga

    Weekly yoga by Rec Sports in the Young Center
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  • Rocky Horror Picture Show

    Rocky Horror Picture Show

    The Rocky Horror Picture Show will be screening down in Club Buzz.
    Free for all students and $5 for the community, interactive goodie bags will be for sale for $3 and Buzz Bucks are accepted.
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  • Fall Into Biking

    Fall Into Biking

    Fall into Biking. Leader Katie Christy and her Bike Club will be taking participants on the Mickelson Trail by Hill City/Custer to experience the fall colors. It will be an all-day event starting from 11:30 am - 5 pm. Meet at the Young Center loop. Contact Katie for more information!
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  • SD MTNA Conference

    SD MTNA Conference

    SD MTNA Conference
    Location: Brookings
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  • Geek Speak

    Geek Speak

     Andrey Reznikov “The Role of Bible Translations in Establishing the English Language”
    Location: Jonas 110
    Time: 4 pm

    The presentation will first discuss the history of the English translations of the Bible and the problems which translators undertaking this enormous task have to solve; then it will analyze numerous examples of idiomatic expressions that are used today in many genres of spoken and written English and that originated in one of the English translations of the Bible, including the King James Bible (1611). No other single source has provided the language with so many expressions, which makes the Bible the most influential book in shaping modern English.

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  • Weekly Yoga

    Weekly Yoga

    Weekly yoga by Rec Sports in the Young Center
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