Fall registration for the South Dakota Stock Market Game Program is now open. The fall trading session begins Monday, October 5 and ends on Friday, December 11.
Woodburn Hall on Black Hills State University campus was lit up in purple and gold colors recently in honor of the 100-year anniversary of women’s right to vote. This event was part of a nationwide Forward Into Light Campaign put on by the Her Vote. Her Voice. delegation appointed by South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem.
Black Hills State University will light up Woodburn Hall in purple and gold Wednesday, Aug. 26 as a part of the nationwide Forward Into Light Campaign. Although these are the University’s former school colors, tonight BHSU will be using the purple and gold to celebrate the 100th
anniversary of the 19th
Amendment, which gave women the constitutional right to vote.
To align with recent changes to several regional high schools’ academic schedules, Black Hills State University is now offering more options for dual credit courses, online.
The right to vote forms the foundation of meaningful participation and leadership. Most of the South Dakota colleges and universities that women lead today were established decades before women had the right to vote in the United States. Thankfully, these institutions were open to women seeking college degrees well before ratification of the 19th Amendment. It took nearly 70 years to achieve women’s suffrage – and it took another 70 years from that pivotal moment in history for a woman to hold the top leadership position in any of the colleges and universities founded in the 1860s and 1880s. Four of us are “first” female presidents within the last decade.