Music presents Lovelace recital, Bemidji Trombones

The Department of Music at Bemidji State University presents a student recital from senior Ron Lovelace on Nov. 11 and a performance by the Bemidji Trombones on Nov. 15. Ron Lovelace Recital Ron Lovelace, a senior and music major at Bemidji State University, will perform a vocal recital at the university’s Thompson Recital Hall located […]

Residence halls open for Halloween fun and scares

Bemidji State University’s residence halls will once again be open for trick-or-treaters on Halloween. Oak, Pine, Tamarack, Linden and Birch halls will be participating from 5-7 p.m. The front desks for each hall will have a list of rooms participating in the trick-or-treat night, and participating rooms also will have orange tags on their doors. […]

OPC will hold Nov. 1 clinic on tree stand safety

With Minnesota’s firearm season for deer hunting beginning this Saturday, Bemidji State’s Outdoor Program Center will hold a Nov. 1 tree stand safety course for deer hunters. The clinic begins at 6 p.m. in the Gillett Recreation-Fitness Center lobby and is free to attend. The OPC will have rigging kits – which include a Swiss […]

BSU to make annual additions to Harlow Collection

It’s Only Clay, an annual juried exhibition of high-quality, functional ceramics at the Bemidji Community Arts Center, has its opening reception on Nov. 2. This national exhibit features more than 40 works from around the country, and work from Minnesota-based potter and competition juror Robert Briscoe, who currently has work on display in Bemidji State […]

BSU hosting Open World delegates from Russia

Next week, Bemidji State University will host five Russian delegates visiting Bemidji to study issues concerning environmental management. During a week-long visit to Bemidji, the Open World delegation will take part in a variety of activities on the Bemidji State campus, beginning Monday, Oct. 29. The delegation will be welcomed to campus by Bemidji Mayor […]

BSU hosting Canadian oil sands specialist, Nov. 1

Oil sand fields in Alberta, Canada, bring with them the promise of more than 800,000 jobs and a total economic impact of $364 billion over the next two decades, according to a report released this week by the Conference Board of Canada. Other reports suggest that Albertan oil sands could have a $521 billion impact […]

Upcoming Department of Music concerts

Upcoming concerts for Bemidji State University’s Department of Music include BSU’s Wind Ensemble performing with the Northern Minnesota Honor Band; the Minnesota Music Teachers Association festival; and BSU’s Fall Festival choir concert. Wind Ensemble / Northern Minnesota Honor Band The Bemidji State University Wind Ensemble, together with the Northern Minnesota Honor Band, will perform in […]

BSU co-sponsoring Oct. 27 Peace Walk at Bemidji lakefront

On October 27, the city of Bemidji will hold its annual Peace Walk event beginning at 10 a.m. at the Bemidji waterfront downtown. Free registration starts at 9:30 a.m. at the waterfront. The Peace Walk follows a route from the Paul and Babe statues along the south shores of Lake Bemidji to the Hampton Inn […]

Tuck Your Phone Away While Driving. IT CAN W8!

OMG! Did you know that you are 23 times more likely to be in a car crash if you text while driving? Take the pledge this week not to text OR talk while driving. Students will be in the lower union this week during lunchtime, giving out free thumb bands to remind you and others […]

Bemidji State hosting 40th Annual Northern Minnesota Math Contest

Oct. 23, 2012 — On Oct. 30, approximately 600 high school students from across northern Minnesota will descend on Bemidji State University’s Gillett Recreation-Fitness Center for the 40th Annual Northern Minnesota Math Contest. Registration begins at 10 a.m. in the center’s Hall of Fame lobby, and activities for students begin at 10:15 a.m. The one-hour […]