Students, Staff and Faculty Participate in the Annual Health Fair

Bemidji State held its annual All-Campus Health Fair, sponsored by the Living Well – Working Well committee, Oct. 21 in the Beaux Arts Ballroom. Students, faculty and staff sampled products, participated in a variety of health assessments, viewed demonstrations and talked with a number of local service vendors.The fair also gave students, faculty and staff a chance to get a free flu shot or a cholesterol screening, and students had free access to a number of immunizations. The fair also featured a farmer's market and craft sale.

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Bemidji Pioneer: First book on Red Lake history, ‘Warrior Nation,’ released

BEMIDJI—Since European settlers arrived on the eastern shores of what became the United States, land borders have been drawn, people moved and communities erased. Centuries have passed and the Red Lake Nation, located in Northwestern Minnesota, has stood solid, unyielding and with little of its story known by the outside world. Anton Treuer’s book “Warrior […]

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Art and Design Faculty Participating in Bemidji’s 2015 Studio Cruise

Bemidji State University faculty members Natalia Himmirska and Butch Holden will showcase their artwork as a part of the First City of Arts: Studio Cruise, Oct. 16-18. Download Studio Cruise ’15 brochure & map (PDF) Bemidji’s Studio Cruise provides the public a unique opportunity to witness, learn about and discuss the creative process with 30 […]

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BSU Professor Explores Concussions at Honors Council Lecture Series

While most of the attention on the issue of concussions in sports has been focused on football, any athletic   activities that involve collisions or potential impacts to the head bring with them a risk of concussion. Dr. James White, associate professor of human performance, sport and health at Bemidji State University will be co-presenting on the current state of concussion research as part of the university’s Honors Council Lecture Series.

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Bemidji Pioneer: BLUE OX MARATHON: Home away from home for Tesdahl

BEMIDJI — Competing in Bemidji is nothing new for Brock Tesdahl, a former BSU basketball player who put his athletic skills to the test Saturday — he passed — finishing first in the Bemidji Blue Ox Marathon. Tesdahl, 23, Hopkins, Minn., is already an experienced runner, competing in both the Grandma’s Marathon in Duluth and […]

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