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Summer interns from Bemidji State University’s Niizhoo-gwayakochigewin program were among more than 50 community members who participated in a birchbark canoe build at Bemidji’s Rail River Folk School between July 14-22, 2018.
Will Weaver, professor emeritus of English, challenged the 1,082 members of Bemidji State University’s Class of 2018 to “be open to surprise, to chance, to the lives of people close at hand. You have no idea how that stranger might affect your life — or you theirs.”
Senior Madeline Treuer repeated as Outstanding American Indian Student of the Year and a record 51 graduating native students were honored at Bemidji State University’s 38th Annual American Indian Students Recognition Banquet.
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