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Media Brainwashing Efforts Spiral Into Millennial Meltdown

Laura Elshire
February 15, 2017 • 24 views
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Waiters strolled around the room with their heads held high, handing wine glasses to the guests, in what was going to be the celebration of all time. The nation was about to elect its first woman President. But it didn't. The smug celebratory looks on the faces of the media and their followers soon...

BHSU Alumna Reflects on Her Induction Into Hall of Fame

Courtney McCleary
February 15, 2017 • 27 views
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Nikki (Underwood) McDaniel smiled from ear to ear as she revealed her brand new 2017 Cadillac XT5. What made it unique was the Mary Kay emblem and its iconic shade of pink. McDaniel and her unit earned the infamous Pink Cadillac, for the first time Rapid City’s seen in over 10 years. “It was absolutely...

Pregnancy Center Provides Support for Men and Women for 30 Years

Carly Klein
February 15, 2017 • 23 views
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A young girl sits on the cold tile in her bathroom, alone and in disbelief that she might actually be pregnant. Nearly 4 million women across the United States have been surprised with the prospect of raising a child each year, and a few have considered themselves prepared for the task of becoming...

BHSU Students Gather to Remember Meliora Bachelor

BHSU Students Gather to Remember Meliora Bachelor

Laura Heisinger, Photo Editor
December 7, 2016 • 1,208 views
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Black Hills State University students gathered in the student union atrium Dec. 5 to pay tribute to Meliora Bachelor, who passed away Nov. 30 in Spearfish, SD. Bachelor was a BHSU student and active member the Enactus and Gay-Straight Alliance organizations. Students held a candlelight vigil and took...

Students turn out to hear Governor Weld’s push for White House

Students turn out to hear Governor Weld’s push for White House

Becky Kindvall, Editor in Chief
December 2, 2016 • 278 views
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One hundred students, faculty, and members of the community gathered inside Club Buzz at Black Hills State University to hear former Massachusetts governor and Libertarian vice presidential candidate Bill Weld speak Oct. 20. Weld spoke to the crowd about the policies of his and Governor Gary Johnson’s...

Crow Peak Hall now Makes College Dormitories a Luxury

Crow Peak Hall now Makes College Dormitories a Luxury

Ajallade Hennis, Contributing Writer
December 2, 2016 • 283 views
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It’s been over a year since Crow Peak Hall made its debut for the 2015 fall semester at Black Hills State University. The suites drew attention from current and future students as a housing option, while this new dormitory was built throughout the past year. Crow Peak Hall opened for students at the...

BHSU Charges Commuters Extra to Park on Main Campus

Marina Curuchet, Contributing Writer
December 1, 2016 • 311 views
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Should commuting students be charged to park in campus parking lots?  Why should commuting students have to pay for parking spots that are always available? Why is it that other colleges and entities of Black Hills State University do not charge for parking? The answer to the first question is no....

Empty Bowls Help Feed Local Stomachs

Empty Bowls Help Feed Local Stomachs

Marina Curuchet, Contributing Writer
November 29, 2016 • 98 views
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Community members, college students, and professors participated in the annual Empty Bowls dinner and silent auction at the Deadwood Social Club on Oct. 19. Empty Bowls focused on bringing the community together to raise awareness about local hunger and raise money for those who are in need in and...

Meal Plan Proves to Be Best Choice for Students

Meal Plan Proves to Be Best Choice for Students

T. Cazer, Contributing Writer
November 28, 2016 • 231 views
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College expenses are something every student deals with. Tuition, books, and room and board are just a few of the added costs the average college student can expect. Some students at Black Hills State University believe that meal plans on campus are too expensive or even a waste of their money. Ron...

Early Voting Begins in South Dakota

Sam Bockover, Contributing Writer
October 29, 2016 • 231 views
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Registered voters in South Dakota have begun casting their ballots in advance of the Nov. 8 general election. Early and absentee voting in South Dakota began on Sept. 23 and will run until Nov. 7. Voters may cast their ballots either in person at their county auditor office or by mail. Voters casting...

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