201802 — Mag, Butterfly

In the latest issue of Bemidji State University magazine, learn how we have taken a lead in environmental stewardship. Explore other features in this issue using the other circles on this page.

201802 — Mag, Coen

Student to Watch Caylin Coen, a senior psychology major, is on a mission to erase the stigma surrounding mental health.

201802 — Mag, Stone

For Jim Stone and his BSU soccer program, a 2017 season which featured an undefeated regular season and a program-first NCAA Tournament appearance was 16 years in the making.

201802 — Mag, Bolduc

After 30 years in law enforcement, John Bolduc ’86 now finds himself in the early days of his biggest job yet — superintendent of the Nebraska State Patrol.

201802 — Mag, Charwood

Alumna Ashley Charwood’s commitment to a more caring and equitable world earned her the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits Catalytic Leader Award this past June.

201802 — Mag, Beech

Dr. Tom Beech, a political science professor at Bemidji State since 1999, is passionate about the role of faculty and staff in helping students succeed. He is funding a scholarship to be awarded next fall.

201802 — BHM Jaylani

Leadership Series guest lecturer Jaylani Hussein, executive director of the Minnesota Council on American-Islamic Relations, speaks Feb. 22 on the common bonds all Minnesotans share.

201802 — BHM Sole

Dr. Jason Sole presents an author talk on his book, “From Prison to Ph.D.: A Memoir of Hope, Resilience, and Second Chance” Feb. 20 in the Beaux Arts Ballroom.

201802 — BHM Grant

Bemidji State University presents a series of events to celebrate the contributions of African-Americans to the fabric of America for Black History Month. Dr. Jesse Grant leads a full slate of events, which you can explore in the other circles.

201802 — BHM Ask Your Mama

Experience the Harlem Renaissance through the music of Langston Hughes in the Feb. 6 multimedia concert presentation of “Ask Your Mama: Twelve Moods for Jazz” by The Langston Hughes Project.