The West is home to legends larger than life, and a close look at one of the largest reveals that their tie to history is often tenuous. Continue reading The Apache Death Cave: Legend or Elaborate Hoax?
The history of cafes is long, but it makes it clear that cafes have always been about more than the food and drinks they serve. Continue reading The Cafe Vibe Continues to Be Important
Senior Connor Clausen interviews retired teacher Nick Palmer about the Rapid City Flood of 1972. Mr. Palmer was 11 at the time and recalls many aspects of that night and the next day vividly. Learn what used to stand where Central High School is today and how to find evidence of life before the flood. Continue reading The Flood of ’72: Mr. Palmer’s Memories
The popularity of STEM courses has not diminished the importance of studying history. Continue reading Studying the Past Remains Crucial to the Present
On two separate occasions, the Cobbler art club thought to build 3D models of the Cobbler mascot. The second version guards the main entrance to this day. Continue reading Building the Cobbler Mascot: The ‘M’ Project