Dr. Vivian Delgado, professor of indigenous studies, writes a monthly column for the Bemidji Pioneer on efforts to promote an atmosphere of honesty, respect and appreciation between whites and American Indians in the Bemidji region.
Dr. Anton Treuer’s new book, Warrior Nation, explores four centuries of Red Lake Nation’s history, as told through stories of seven of the nation’s leaders.
Join Christopher and the rest of the BSU Spanish Club for a Dia de los Muertos celebration from 7-10 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 4, in the Beaux Arts Ballroom.
Join Terra and the American Indian Resource Center for BSU’s 11th annual Great Pumpkin 5k Fun Run/Walk on Halloween morning. Registration begins at 8 a.m. Saturday, and the race begins at 9 a.m.
Casey, a grad student in the Department of English, and the Medieval Club explored ancient concepts of health and several spiritual divinations at its annual Halloween event on Oct. 29.
Sometimes, while flying through campus, witches zig when they should have zagged. Students, faculty and staff imagine these witches’ misfortunes for BSU’s 2015 Splat Witch contest.
David is one of the dozens of residence hall students who opened their doors to the children of Bemidji on Oct. 29 for BSU’s annual trick or treating event.
Terror lurks around every corner at the BSU Lutheran Campus Center’s annual haunted house, 7-11 p.m. on Halloween. Admission is $5, $1 for students or with a food shelf donation. Not recommended for children under 10.
Dr. Mark Lawrence, professor of geography, gave the fall’s first Honors Council Lecture on the societal and environmental impact of relocating villages to expand Kenya’s Chyulu Hills National Park.
Dr. Andrew Hafs, assistant professor of biology, discussed his experience with management issues impacting aquatic ecosystems in an Honors Council Lecture on Nov. 3.