Pine is the smallest residence hall on campus. Its four floors are open for new FYRE students in double rooms. Pine features a beautiful study lounge with stunning views of Lake Bemidji, spacious community areas, a game room and active outdoor areas. Pine Hall also has storage lockers available for student use.
Pine offers an exceptional atmosphere for study and intellectual development. Academics and leadership are often a focus, with social and fun traditions also established. Pine has a history of a strong hall council giving students an opportunity to develop leadership skills.
Activities and Traditions
After all that studying, Pine residents like to get outside and have a good time. Sporting an active patio area, some of Pine's activities and traditions include:
Pine houses part of the First Year Residential Experience (FYRE) program, a mandatory program traditional first-year students.
So, I was talking to the folks over at Pine one day about the ethical implications of stopping the flow of a creek and the impact on the surrounding ecosystem when I stopped and said, "Wait a minute I'm a beaver, I don't have ethics! Or do I?" Oofdah! Did that open a can of worms.