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Update: APRIL FOOLS: FAKE NEWS now Zooms

Update: APRIL FOOLS: FAKE NEWS now Zooms

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The APRIL FOOLS: FAKE NEWS discussion scheduled for Wednesday, April 1, 1-2:15 p.m. MT, will now be conducted via Zoom, instead of meeting in the JLR. The date and time remain the same. The session will also be recorded for sharing later. Anita Kumar, associate editor for Politico, and six regional media professionals will participate as panelists. The event is organized by BHSU’s Mass Communication program, student campus media and College Democrats, as well as all the news outlets that are participating. Send an email to mary.catonrosser@bhsu.edu for questions. Here are the details to join the Zoom meeting “live”:

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BHSU to continue online classes through end of semester; Graduation postponed due to COVID-19

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In coordination with Gov. Kristi Noem’s Executive Order, the South Dakota Board of Regents with input from the six state universities has announced that all South Dakota public universities will continue online teaching through the end of spring semester. Originally online classes were scheduled for two weeks; however, given the increasing number of coronavirus cases, online classes will continue through the end of the spring semester. In addition, May commencement will be postponed in response to the global COVID-19 pandemic.

Business to provide free internet to BHSU students in need

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A local internet company is offering broadband services to students at Black Hills State University who do not currently have internet access at home. BHSU announced earlier this week that classes will be taught online for the next two weeks due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In a statement from Vast Broadband, company representatives said they value being a part of each of the communities they serve and they want to do all they can to assist those in need during this critical time.

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