High Altitude Balloon Team launch tops 107,000 feet

On an overcast spring afternoon, a high-altitude balloon and its payload returned to Earth in an alfalfa field approximately 16 miles west-northwest of Sebeka, Minn. The payload recovery marked the end of an April 9 experiment conducted by students from Bemidji State University and Central Lakes College, located in Brainerd, Minn. The students were members […]

Talley Gallery to feature recent work by Steve Sundahl

Steve Sundahl, associate professor of visual arts at Bemidji State University, will show his recent work in a gallery show entitled “Experiments in Moving & Standing” at Bemidji State’s Talley Gallery beginning Friday, May 4. Sundahl has been on the Bemidji State faculty for 23 years, and “Experiments in Moving & Standing” is a culmination […]

BSU Alumni Association names interim director

Rob Bollinger, executive director of the BSU Foundation, announced that Molly Aitken-Julin has been named interim director of the BSU Alumni Association. “I am excited and honored to be part of the Bemidji State University Alumni Association,” Aitken-Julin said. “Between my time as an undergraduate student and now as a professional, I have been able […]

72 BSU employees receive Length of Service awards

Bemidji State University recognized 72 employees with a combined 1,040 years of service to the University during its fifth annual Length of Service Awards ceremony, held Thursday, April 26, in the Beaux Arts Ballroom on campus. • 35 YEARS — Valerie Mason, office and administrative specialist, Office of Communications and Marketing; Roger Paskvan, associate professor […]

BSU named to Princeton Review’s list of “green colleges”

For the second consecutive year, Bemidji State University has been named one of America’s greenest colleges and universities by The Princeton Review. The publication’s Guide to 322 Green Colleges, just released, evaluates colleges and universities on environmentally related policies, practices and academic offerings. In partnership with the U.S. Green Building Council, the Review has produced […]

Matt Sieberg gives March 30 piano recital

Matthew Sieberg, a senior and piano performance major at Bemidji State University, performed a piano recital at the university’s Thompson Recital Hall located in the Bangsberg Fine Arts Complex. Sieberg, from Eagle Lake, Minn., performed on Friday, March 30 at 7:30 as part of his bachelor’s degree in music. His performance included pieces by Frederic […]

Beta Sigma Delta honor society inducts 32

Bemidji State University has announced its 2012-13 inductees into its chapter of the Sigma Beta Delta International Business Society. The induction ceremony took place April 4 at the Beaux Arts Ballroom on the Bemidji State campus. Thirty-two students majoring in Business Administration and Accounting accepted the nomination to join Sigma Beta Delta. In addition, two […]

Senior Tyler Brown featured in Bridgeman Gallery

Tyler Brown, a senior art and design technology major at Bemidji State University, showed his artwork as part of an exhibition entitled “The Artist.” This exhibition was for his senior thesis and, in the artist’s own words, “explores art itself.” The exhibit featured several self-portraits in different styles and media to show the progression of […]

April 24 open house set for Glas Scholars House

BEMIDJI, Minn. (April 16, 2012) — The BSU Foundation will officially dedicate  Bemidji State University’s Glas Scholars House during an open house on Tuesday, April 24, from 3-5 p.m.. The Glas House was built in 1941 as the home of John and Elfrida “Elfy” Glas and their sons John “Boysen,” Robert, and Richard. Located at […]

Busy final month of music performances begins Sunday

BEMIDJI, Minn. (April 13, 2012) — Bemidji State University’s Department of Music closes out the last month of the spring semester with a busy slate of concerts, beginning Sunday, April 15, with a joint performance by the Symphonic Band and Brass Quintet. • Sunday, April 15 – Symphonic Band and Brass Quintet In a joint […]