Clyde St. John and Amanda Coulter from Bemidji State University’s groundskeeping crew spent the early part of Summer 2018 rebuilding the plant beds in Deputy Hall’s entryway.
Bemidji State University music faculty members Ryan Webber and Scott Guidry will be conducting the Bemidji Area Community Band for its summer concert series.
A Bemidji State University professor is beginning a three-year project to examine race relations in the Bemidji region with support from a $200,000 Bush Foundation grant.
Three local legislators who played pivotal roles in helping Bemidji State University secure $22.512 million in state capital bonding funds to replace the aging Hagg-Sauer Hall visited campus May 31 for a press briefing with Bemidji’s Lakeland Public Television.
Bemidji State University reached a significant milestone in a years-long effort to replace the aging Hagg-Sauer Hall when Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton signed the state’s bonding bill into law on May 30.
The Brainerd, Minn.,-based Mississippi Headwaters Board has shared a video feature on the 2017 BASS College Championships, hosted by Bemidji State University on Lake Bemidji in August 2017. The video gives an overview of the tournament and also looks at steps taken during the tournament to support water conservation and prevent the spread of invasive species.
Mark Morrissey and his staff at Bemidji State University’s Outdoor Program Center installed the dock at the BSU Boathouse in Diamond Point Park as part of their preparation for the summer activities season. The OPC will be open to all for equipment rentals beginning Monday, May 14.
Will Weaver, professor emeritus of English, challenged the 1,082 members of Bemidji State University’s Class of 2018 to “be open to surprise, to chance, to the lives of people close at hand. You have no idea how that stranger might affect your life — or you theirs.”
Dozens of students in Bemidji State’s Class of 2018 celebrated their status as college graduates with custom-decorated mortar boards. We couldn’t catch everyone, but we were able to get photos of more than 50 of them. Congratulations, graduates!
April 25 was the annual Sunsplash event which was held outside on the Lakeside Lawn with inflatables, puppies, caricature drawings, tie-dying, games, prizes and a barbeque dinner for students to have fun before finals week.