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Tickets for the 2016 Mineral Water Bowl in Excelsior Springs, Mo., are available for $10 by contacting Adrian Dunn in the Beaver Pride office. All ticket revenue will go directly to support Beaver Football.

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Led by defensive lineman Alex Burgess, BSU saw a program-record 17 players named to the 2016 All-Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference team. Burgess had a team-high 7.5 sacks and 10 tackles for loss.

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Quarterback Jordan Hein is in contention for the Harlon Hill Trophy, awarded to Division II’s national player of the year, after setting BSU’s single-season record for passing yards and becoming its career leader in passing yards and touchdowns.

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Washburn University in Topeka, Kan., finished 7-4 and tied for fourth in the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association. BSU will be tested by the Ichabods’ high-octane passing and a defense adept at forcing turnovers.

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For just the second time in its history, Bemidji State Football is heading to post-season play. Interim head coach Brent Bolte has guided BSU to the Mineral Water Bowl, where it will tackle the Washburn Ichabods on Dec. 3.

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As part of a continuing effort to surround students at BSU’s American Indian Resource Center with art and images reflecting culture and success, local artist Leah Yellowbird has added a pointillist mural to the center’s entryway.

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Since being named executive director of the American Indian Resource Center in June 2015, Bill Blackwell, Jr., has worked to make it a welcoming and supportive home for BSU students and an invaluable resource for the community.

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Dr. Anton Treuer, professor of Ojibwe, has won the Denver Public Library’s Caroline Bancroft History Prize for “Warrior Nation,” his four-century history of the Red Lake Ojibwe.

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While still in the early months of her presidency, Dr. Faith C. Hensrud has already begun to build stronger connections between BSU and the region’s native nations, including a recent visit to Leech Lake Tribal College.

201611-NAHM-Pow Wow

BSU’s Council of Indian Students, led by President Naomi, invite the Bemidji community to the 44th Annual CIS Pow-Wow on Nov. 19 at John S. Glas Fieldhouse.