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BSU celebrates Shoreline Sculpture

Bemidji State University officially celebrated the creation of its shoreline wildlife sculpture, installed and carved during the summer of 2014, during an Oct. 13 ceremony. BSU President Dr. Richard A. Hanson; Dr. Anton Treuer, director of BSU’s American Indian Resource Center; Erika Bailey-Johnson, BSU sustainability coordinator; and artist Curtis Ingvoldstad each spoke during the ceremony, which celebrated BSU’s monument to the wildlife found in the air, on the land and in the waters surrounding the campus. Photos


Bemidji State University, Northwest Technical College and a number of other partners are constructing a new home on the site of the universityís former Laurel Honors House residence. The home, which is being built primarily by students in NTCís trades and construction programs with support from professional contractors, will serve as a shared living and learning community for students in BSUís honors program....

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