Grafton Has Aimed High and Achieved Her Goals

Susan Grafton impressed by BSU’s small and welcoming campus as she explored potential universities. So she made the trek from the Twin Cities to continue her education. After graduating with business and finance degrees in 1979, a different person returned home.

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Lauderbaugh Helps Homeless Find Hope

Angie Lauderbaugh and her colleagues keep their eyes open and instincts sharp when patrolling Bemidji public schools. They’re not looking for troublemakers or bullies, who typically are well known, but instead for the students who often go unseen.

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BSU ranked in National Collegiate Fitness Index

Bemidji State University has been ranked among the nation's most-supportive campuses for physical fitness by the National Collegiate Fitness Index. The index, which surveyed 107 college and university campuses to measure physical and programmatic resources promoting active living and healthy lifestyles, ranked BSU fifth among responding small public universities.

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DefenceWeb: AFRICOM welcomes new commander

General Thomas D. Waldhauser assumed command of U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM) from General David M. Rodriguez during a change of command ceremony conducted on Patch Barracks at the U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart on Monday, July 18. Waldhauser is the fourth commander, and the first Marine Corps general to lead AFRICOM, established in 2008 to coordinate […]

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Bemidji Pioneer: Summer Sounds: Bemidji MusiCamp is underway

BEMIDJI — Bemidji MusiCamp is back for another summer at BSU. The middle school jazz ensemble was working on the tunes “Rolling in the Deep” by Adele, “Party Rock Anthem” by LMFAO and “Forget You” by Cee Lo Green on their first day of practice Monday in Bangsberg Hall. Koree Johnson plays “Rolling in the […]

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