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November 4, 2020

Ten ways to improve your sleep

Kathryn Hastings September 26, 2020

The stay at home order changed the lives of many, from working from home to having online schooling. There’s also an important piece of basic human needs that have also been changed, sleep. Many people...

Mental health resources remain available during pandemic

Mental health resources remain available during pandemic

Claire Scarborough, Editor-in-Chief July 7, 2020

While any one change can bring about a bout of stress, the numerous changes that people have been dealing with since COVID-19 started spreading in the United States have caused quite the strain. While...

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Students reflect on unconventional end to spring semester

Claire Scarborough, Editor-in-Chief July 7, 2020

When students went on spring break March 6, nobody could have anticipated that they wouldn’t return to school. The COVID-19 pandemic has changed numerous parts of society around the world, from how...

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Emergency services continue to serve communities amid COVID-19 outbreak

Jacob Fitzgerald, Online Editor and Contributer April 23, 2020

While communities are sheltered in place due to the COVID-19, first responder agencies, such as the Rapid City Fire Department, are always on-duty to handle emergency calls. As of May 19, the South...

What to do during the Coronavirus

Kathryn Hastings, Contributor March 22, 2020

SPEARFISH SD (BHSUmedia) BHSU students should be aware of the growing number of cases regarding the coronavirus. Right now South Dakota only has 14 confirmed cases with one confirmed death, but that doesn’t...

Residence Life amid COVID-19

Jacob Fitzgerald, Online Editor March 22, 2020

3/20/20 SPEARFISH, S.D. (Jacket Journal) – Black Hills State University found itself with very few students living on campus. Since the extended break is officially ending, students without the option...

BHSU psychology professor gives mental health tips due to COVID-19 concerns

Kimberly Talcott March 20, 2020

SPEARFISH, S.D. – If you are feeling more anxiety than normal due to the COVID-19 pandemic, you are not alone. Dr. Emilia Flint, associate professor of psychology at Black Hills State University, has...

Spring break extended due to COVID-19 concerns

Claire Scarborough, Editor-in-Chief March 12, 2020

The South Dakota Board of Regents announced Thursday that all public South Dakota universities will extend spring break until Friday, March 20 due to concerns over COVID-19, commonly known as coronavirus. An...

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