Student-run media of Black Hills State University. The Jacket Journal / KBHU-TV / KBHU 89.1 FM & KJKT 90.7 FM "The Buzz".

Sexual Assault Opinion Article

Kaleigh Dominguez, Contributing Writer
July 24, 2016 • 36 views
Filed under Opinions, Uncategorized

We’ve all seen article after article on how to avoid sexual assault; to never set our drinks down, carry our keys in between our fingers, and watch out for our friends at parties. But do any of us ever think it will actually happen to us? Those are things that only people going to bigger schools need... Read more »

‘The Jungle Book’ Upsets Disney Fans

June 26, 2016 • 516 views
Filed under Opinions

Disney’s latest take on ‘The Jungle Book’ fell short of the bare necessities. Was it the lack of the classic songs? The underestimated suspense?  Or the violent twist on the original story? ‘The Jungle Book’ was a letdown for classic Disney lovers. This action packed film caught many viewers... Read more »

Mornings Are Always Better with Coffee

Emily Erickson, Visual Coordinator
April 21, 2016 • 276 views
Filed under Info Graphics, Opinions, Showcase, Simply Emily

The sun comes up. The day is greeted with the screeching sound of the alarm clock. Typically at this stage, I’m tossing and turning -- trying to decide if I actually want to officially wake up. Let’s be honest -- it’s way too early and my bed is way too warm and safe to get out. After a solid... Read more »

American Idol Ends Series Finale with a Bang

Ajallade Hennis, Contributing Writer
April 10, 2016 • 225 views
Filed under Opinions

Television shows come and go, but American Idol was one of a kind. The televised singing contest ended its final season with contestant Trent Harmon defeating La'Porsha Renae for the winner of American Idol. According to Nielsen ratings, the finale drew 13.3 million viewers. This was the show's 15th... Read more »

The Art of the Happiest of Places

Emily Erickson, Visual Coordinator
April 2, 2016 • 233 views
Filed under Simply Emily

The world is a big place. Sometimes I’m reminded just how small I truly am. In the 1961 movie, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Holly Golightly -- played by Audrey Hepburn -- has a fascination with the jewelry store, Tiffany’s in New York. Yet, her fascination with Tiffany’s isn’t because of all... Read more »

From Great-Grandparent’s Garage to Present Day Driveway, “Sandy” Drives Again

Emily Erickson, Visual Coordinator
March 29, 2016 • 141 views
Filed under Simply Emily

Do you have a name for your car? Sandy – named after my favorite leading musical lady – is mine. Sandy has an interesting past and even more exciting future. Dating all the way back to 1999 – and from my great grandparent’s garage no less – from the outside she seems normal, but she has her... Read more »

A Glimpse of Prom Night from The Couch

Emily Erickson, Visual Coordinator
March 29, 2016 • 168 views
Filed under Simply Emily

Roses are red, tuxedos are blue, hair, make-up, and the dress are all a’ to-do. It’s the night of all nights. The handsome, quiet boy picks up the beautiful girl as the chariot waits. The night is young. I’m rocking the sloppy pony tail, the two-sizes-too-big, potato chip-stained sweatshirt,... Read more »

‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’ Tries Too Hard to Jump-Start The Justice League

Scott Altstiel, Contributing Writer
March 29, 2016 • 361 views
Filed under Jacket Journal, Opinions

“Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” opened in theaters March 25 and has since received very mixed reviews. BvS received an average rating of 5/10 from Rotten Tomatoes and a 7.5/10 from IMDb. So does BvS live up to all it was hyped up to be? And more importantly, should you go out and see the movie? Short answer – if you... Read more »

Livinlikelemon Blog

December 9, 2015 • 419 views
Filed under Blog, Lemon Blog, The Buzz FM

Follow Scott Lemon's Blog! https://livinlikelemon.wordpress.com/

Physical and Mental Tolls Call for Further Post-Career Assistance for Retired Athletes

Jackson Guthmiller, Contibuting Writer
December 2, 2015 • 483 views
Filed under Opinions, Sports

After playing 10 seasons in the National Hockey League, Steve Montador’s career came to an end after he suffered his sixth concussion. Less than three years later, he was found dead in his home at the age of 35. Montador suffered from depression, memory loss, and insomnia in the years following his... Read more »

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