Savana Werlein, a freshman from Bemidji, applied to BSU during College Knowledge Month with the guidance of her high school academic counselor. She is studying chemistry and pre-dentistry on her way to becoming a forensic odontologist.
Anna Seibenaler, a freshman from Hastings, Minn., always knew she wanted to be a nurse. She applied to Bemidji State during College Knowledge Month in 2017 and is now following her dreams.
As part of Minnesota’s celebration of College Knowledge Month, Bemidji State University will waive their application fees during the month of October. Apply today!
Bemidji State’s 50th Anniversary Madrigal Dinners, combining musical, visual, dramatic and culinary arts will begin on Nov. 30.
View historical artifacts, including the traditional boar’s head, at the 50th Anniversary display in the Bangsberg Fine Arts Complex Ramsey Gallery.
Bemidji State’s 50th Madrigal Dinners, directed by Dr. Dwight Jilek, will open their 2018 season on Nov. 30. The Madrigals have eight performances and close on Dec. 9.
Seniors Lindsay Marketon and Ian Trosen have been cast as the 50th Madrigal Dinners king and queen.
The Madrigal Dinners were founded at BSU in 1968 under the tenure of Dr. Paul Brandvik, professor emeritus of vocal music. The dinners combine musical, visual, dramatic and culinary arts into an evening that transcends time.