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Scholarship 101

Scholarship 101

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Time: 2pm
Location: Meier Hall 207
Description: Please make plans to join us to learn more about the scholarship process.
 

Casino Night

Casino Night

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Time: 7pm
Location: The Jacket Legacy Room
Dsecription: Come and play casino themed games (blackjack, poker, etc.) for a chance to win $2000 worth of prizes! Doors open at 7 PM in the Jacket Legacy Room and mocktails will be served - bring your friends for a night of fun!

Geek Speak: Du-Lu Hsiao - "Freddie Mercury & Montserrat Caballé: The story behind Barcelona 1992 Olympic Games."

Geek Speak: Du-Lu Hsiao - "Freddie Mercury & Montserrat Caballé: The story behind Barcelona 1992 Olympic Games."

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Where: Jonas 110
When: 4:00PM
Description: Freddy Mercury began to feel a huge admiration of Monserrat Caballé since he saw her performing for the first time in Verdi’s Un ballo in Maschera at the London Royal Opera House in 1983. That admiration continued for several years, and during Mercury’s tour A Kind of Magic (1986), he stated in an interview that his favorite opera singer was “Montsy” and that she “has the best voice of all living human beings". Thus, after many attempts from Mercury to meet with the opera star asking if they could meet and perform together, in 1987, without a warning, he sat down at the piano at the former Hotel Ritz in Barcelona and began to improvise Exercises in Free Love. It was the first time Queen front man Freddie Mercury met Spanish soprano Montserrat Caballé. This meeting led to a legendary musical partnership, and friendship, between the best of classical and contemporary music to create the iconic anthem of the 1992 Barcelona Olympic Games. Join us in this Geek Speak to understand how the chemistry between Mercury and Caballé generated an amazing friendship story behind the 1992 Olympic Games.

South Dakota Stock Market Game program announces fall session winning teams

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The 2020 fall session of the South Dakota Stock Market Game concluded its 10-week trading period on Friday, December 11.  A total of 312 students from 13 high schools, middle schools and colleges across South Dakota formed 141 teams of stock market investors.  The program provides teams of student stock market investors a hypothetical $100,000 to perform online investing in real-time stocks, bonds and mutual funds.  The program’s carefully integrated curriculum lets students experience the financial markets in the classroom as they learn about business, math, economics, personal finance and the importance of saving and investing for the long term.  Student teams compete for prizes in the High School, Middle School and College divisions. 

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