Minneapolis' Mixed Blood Theatre's production of Daughters of Africa will be performed at the DSU Science Center Auditorium on Monday, Feb. 25th, at 7:00 p.m. This music driven history of the triumphs and accomplishments of African American women was written for Mixed Blood Theatre by award-winning playwright Syl Jones.
The inaugural presentation of a new monthly colloquium series at DSU will be given by Dr. Michael Gaylor, Assistant Professor of Chemistry on Thursday, Feb. 21st at 4:00 p.m.
In late Jan. 2013, eight Audio Production students visited Anaheim, Calif. to attend the annual National Association of Music Merchandising conference at the Anaheim Convention Center. Each year, over 100,000 musicians, vendors, manufacturers, recording engineers, and music businesspeople attend the conference to learn what's current and upcoming in the music industry.
DSU roars back to claim A.I.I. Division II Men's Basketball Conference Tournament Champions
Professional Artist and DSU Instructor, Cassie Marie Edwards, has been busy exhibiting her work both nationally and regionally. In the last three months she has exhibited her paintings in solo and juried exhibitions in Los Angeles, Chicago, Las Vegas, and Sioux Falls. The paintings she exhibits are hyper-realistic paintings of small ceramic figurines and hand constructed landscapes....
Dakota State University professor, Joseph Staudenbaur, has been selected byAgainst The Clock Publishers (ATC) and Adobe to be part of the Adobe Beta Program Technical Editing Team.
Alan Montgomery, Dakota State University professor of art, will have two drawings in the upcoming Baksun Books & Arts and The Jerusalem Fund Gallery works on paper, traveling exhibition called "The Map is Not the Territory." The exhibition, featuring Native American, Irish, and Palestinian artists, is scheduled to open on September 6, 2013, at The Jerusalem Fund Gallery in Washington, D.
Austin Slaughter presents a My Boss Is A Patriot Award to Tyler Ruhd of Dakota State University.
The Daily Beast asked its readers to tell them which schools the Beast missed earlier this week in their "Amazing But Overlooked: 25 Colleges You Haven't Considered But Should" article. They received nearly 650 responses in just two days, including a submission from Dakota State University.
"You with the sad eyes, don't be discouraged, Oh I realize, It's hard to take courage, In a world full of people, You can lose sight of it all, And a darkness inside you, Can make you feel so small" Cyndi Lauper, True Colors.