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Monday, November 26, 2012 - Friday, November 30, 2012

9:00am - Talley Gallery Exhibit
"Transcendental Terrain," an exhibit by Emily Wendland. Originally from Duluth, Wendland moved to Bemidji to attend Bemidji State. She will graduate in December with a bachelor's degree in art. She says that living in Northern Minnesota has influenced the way she composes her art. Wendland continues to describe her artwork as "quirky," saying that she likes to be able to smile at her work.
Location
Bensen Hall room 212
Cost
Free
Open to the public.

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

12:00pm - Tuesday Free Lunch Meal
Lutheran Campus Ministry offers a free home-cooked meal on Tuesdays from 12:00 - 1:00 p.m. at the Lutheran Campus Center and so far we have averaged 20+ students joining us this fall of 2012. Last year we invited faculty/administration/staff to join us and 1) just sit and eat and hang out with us or 2) speak about a topic of their choice and interest to the students for ten minutes and leave another fifteen minutes or so for questions and discussion. Among the presenters last year were Barbara Eriksson-Capes and Larry Hanus from the Health and Counseling Center, Dale Ladig from Residential Life, and Mary Tosch from the Student Union. If any of you would like to present information on a topic of interest and then lead a short discussion, contact Pastor Jim Holthus (PJ) at 760-2028 or e-mail him at lootrn@hotmail.com. We would love to have a variety of people share their thoughts this year!
Location
Lutheran Campus Center
Cost
Free

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

7:30pm - Sled Dogs to Saint Paul
Frank Moe, former Minnesota State Representative and BSU adjunct instructor, will be at BSU tomorrow (TUESDAY) at 7:30 pm in HS100!! He’ll be sharing his recently released documentary Sled Dogs to Saint Paul: The Race for Clean Water. http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/863341915/sled-dogs-to-saint-paul-the-race-for-clean-water. Frank mushed his team of 10 sled dogs from Grand Marais to the Capitol in St. Paul last March, carrying nearly 13,000 petition signatures opposing sulfide mining. Come join Frank and take a closer look at sulfide mining through the eyes of people who have a stake in the proposed expansion of mining in northeastern Minnesota: business and property owners, legislators, wild ricers, tribal officials, community activists and many of the people who helped him along the way. The night’s presentation which includes both video and discussion, will surely be a fast-paced examination of local economics, environmental activism, corporate might, Minnesota’s mining legacy and the role that clean water resource play in the future health and wealth of the state known as “the land of 10,000 lakes.” Sponsored by Outdoor Program Center, Students for the Environment & BSU Sustainability Office
Location
Hagg-Sauer 100
Cost
Free
Open to the public.