BSU Relay for Life held its annual walk for cancer awareness on Feb. 18 in the Gillett Wellness Center. The family-friendly event encouraged participants to dress up as their favorite cartoon character to support this year’s theme, “Help Us Toon Out Cancer.”
Bemidji State University faculty and staff are displaying their creative and artistic talents at the 8th Annual Midwinter Interlude, located in the Bangsberg Fine Arts Complex’s Ramsey Gallery.
The Honors Council Lecture Series continued on Mar. 7 with Dr. Michael Anderson, Bemidji State University’s provost and vice president for academic and student affairs, and his lecture on examining the search for balance in the U.S. Constitution.
This winter, Bemidji State University’s Department of Biology made use of an ice-borne classroom and lab thanks to a partnership with the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics and BSU Alumni and Foundation. Using the portable fish house that typically serves as the ticket booth during Beaver Football home games at Chet Anderson Stadium, the department was able to bring around 200 Introduction to Biology students out onto the ice.
A group of 23 speed-daters will look for love on the Bemidji State University stage when BSU Opera Theatre opens a four-show run of “Speed Dating Tonight!” a comic opera in one act, beginning March 3.
Dozens of leading art and media students from 20 regional high schools received special invitations to Bemidji State University’s inaugural Media, Art and Design Day on Feb. 22.
Students in Bemidji State University’s Business Club took advantage of the Presidents Day holiday on Feb. 20 by sponsoring a Professional Workshop to provide resume and cover-letter writing tips, information about internships, business cards and using professional photos in communication with potential employers.
Nearly 100 elementary and high school students from a 15-county region attended the 64th annual Northern Minnesota Regional Science Fair on Feb. 17.
BSU’s Information Technology Services office celebrated the grand opening of BSU’s new 24-hour student computer lab in Decker Hall at a Feb. 16 ribbon-cutting ceremony.
Bemidji State’s social work program hosted Minnesota Kids Count for a Feb. 7 presentation over coffee which illustrated statewide trends in outcomes for young children and the importance of early childhood development.