Bemidji State University’s Department of World Languages and Indigenous Studies organized several events throughout the past month in celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month and Día de los Muertos. Each year BSU’s Spanish program organizes events for the BSU community to celebrate the cultures of Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America. The […]
Bemidji State University senior Tim Roehrich first discovered his passion for music and performance when he began playing the trombone at 12 years old. 10 years later, the now 22-year-old will graduate in May 2020 with a degree in trombone performance.
Bemidji State University’s Talley Gallery hosted an artist talk and reception for artist Paula Swenson’s exhibit, “Looking for America.” Light refreshments were served and Swenson spent time discussing her art with TAD students.
Throughout the month of November, faculty, staff and students at Bemidji State University will join together to pay tribute to the robust ancestry and traditions of Native Americans during National Native American Heritage Month. Bemidji, named after the Ojibwe word meaning “lake that traverses another body of water,” is fortunate to experience a dynamic local […]
Bemidji State University earned a bronze-level designation as a bicycle-friendly university from the League of American Bicyclists. The League of American Bicyclists (LAB) is a membership organization that promotes cycling for fun, fitness and transportation through advocacy and education.
The Bemidji State University held it’s annual Wind Ensemble concert on Nov. 3. The Wind Ensemble is a non-audition student ensemble group conducted by maestro Scott Guidry, associate professor of music and director of bands. The ensemble is open to all BSU students and rehearses three days per week. In addition to regularly programmed […]