The Black Hills State University Debate Team recently returned from Spokane, Wash., where they represented BHSU at the International Public Debate Association National Tournament. It was the fourth-straight year that a BHSU student broke out of preliminary rounds to tournament out rounds.
Dust off your bicycles, Black Hills residents! Black Hills State University and Bike Spearfish! are coordinating Bike Month events throughout the month of May for all ages. Elementary and middle school students are invited to join the “Bike Train” to and from school on Fridays, May 4, 11, and 18. To sign up, parents and guardians are asked to fill out the google form found at http://facebook.com/bikespearfish
by April 30.
In the final faculty-lead Geek Speak of the spring semester, Berberick will present “From Bach to Braindrill: Exploring the similarities between Metal and Classical music and fandom.” In this lecture, Berberick will give metal music the academic attention and reflection he believes the genre deserves. The presentation will be held at 4 p.m. Thursday, April 26 in Jonas 110. All Geek Speaks are free and open to the public.
Combine a semester of landscape photography study with seven days of intense field work in southern Utah, and the result is a compelling new exhibit at Black Hills State University. Join photography students, Mason Moir of Rapid City, Madison Hand of Midland, and Bryce Boser of Box Elder, for an opening reception of their exhibit “Adventures In The Waterpocket Fold” Thursday, April, 26 from 4-6 p.m. in the Upper Photographers’ Gallery in Jonas Hall.
Join Black Hills State University photography students April 26 from 4-6 p.m. for an opening reception of “Unparalleled,” an exhibition of over 100 photographs taken by BHSU students enrolled in the Contemporary Issues in Photography course this spring.