The REAL Weather 3-24-15

March 26, 2015 • 30 views
Filed under KBHU TV, News

Comedic Weather Show hosted by Brady Licht!

KBHU Weekly Update 3-22-15

March 26, 2015 • 60 views
Filed under KBHU TV, News

Income Taxes

Income Taxes

Nia Shumpert
March 21, 2015 • 137 views
Filed under Business, Culture, Info Graphics, News

‘Dog Sees God’ Makes Bullying Issue Relevant at BHSU

‘Dog Sees God’ Makes Bullying Issue Relevant at BHSU

Laura Howard, Contributing Writer
March 21, 2015 • 83 views
Filed under Art & Entertainment, Campus, News, Showcase

The Black Hills State University theatre department put on a production of “Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead” by Bert V. Royal Feb. 19-21 at the Blackbox Theater in Pangburn Hall. It was a humorous production, but it was also an emotional, and even controversial play that turned... Read more »

Will Senate Bill 132 Help Lure Teachers to Struggling Districts in South Dakota?

Jake Nordbye, Guest Blogger
March 9, 2015 • 66 views
Filed under Blog, News, Opinions

Last week, I wrote about the need for state government to offer incentives to help attract new teachers, especially on South Dakota reservations. On Wednesday, Lawmakers took an important step, passing a bill that will allow school districts to recruit teachers by providing certain financial incentives. Senate... Read more »

Spring Break Fever Breaks Out Across BHSU Campus

Carly Meyer, Contributing Writer
March 6, 2015 • 30 views
Filed under Campus, News

From surfboards to snowboards, Black Hills State University students and staff are preparing for a week’s worth of fun this upcoming spring break in March. Spring break is a time to relax, sit back, and enjoy the break for as long as possible because it flies by fast. Surprisingly, many students... Read more »

South Dakota Drags its Feet as Country Legalizes Gay Marriage

Chase Dahl, Contributing writer
March 5, 2015 • 105 views
Filed under Culture, News

The land of the free. Where people come from around the world to live their lives peacefully and independently. The United States continues to evolve and embrace new ideas. And with these new ideas, controversy is inevitable. Every corner of the country has its reasons... Read more »

Post-hardcore album ‘Too Close To Touch’ Gets Claimed Masterpiece By Local Fans

Jamiason Carrier, Contributing writer
March 5, 2015 • 102 views
Filed under Art & Entertainment, News

The deep distorted guitars. The bass drops. The screaming/growling. All of this could easily be mistaken as heavy metal. Well, believe it or not the self-titled album released by the brand spanking new band “Too Close To Touch” may sound like heavy metal, but is in fact punk music. Local residents... Read more »

Residence Halls Contend in BHSU’s First All-Hall Battle

Residence Halls Contend in BHSU’s First All-Hall Battle

Stephanie Oxford, Contributing Writer
March 3, 2015 • 95 views
Filed under Calendar, Campus, News, Showcase

Black Hills State University students competed in the first All-Hall Battle Feb. 24 at the Young Center. Winona Cook hall took the trophy. They won seven of the 11 events, including both men’s and women’s tug-of-war competition, a frozen t-shirt relay, a half-gallon milk chug, birdy-on-a-perch,... Read more »

Black Hills State University Underground Campus Soon To Be Available for BHSU Students

Black Hills State University Underground Campus Soon To Be Available for BHSU Students

Alison Turner, Science Writer
February 26, 2015 • 146 views
Filed under News, Science, Showcase

The Black Hills State University Underground Campus (BHUC) will be ready for occupancy in the fall of 2015. The campus will be housed in a cavern at 4,850 feet underground at the Sanford Lab in Lead, S.D. This underground campus will allow college students to further their education as well as participate... Read more »