Photos & Videos

AIRC Kicks Off 2019 School Year with Tradition, Honor and Wild Rice

Bemidji State University’s American Indian Resource Center held the 12th annual Day of Welcome on Aug. 28. The event started with a welcome and honor song, a pipe ceremony and a blessing.

Gallery: Students Enjoy a Sunday in the Park to Wrap-up Orientation Weekend

Bemidji State University’s class of 2023 concluded orientation weekend festivities with Sunday in the Park on Aug. 25. The Outdoor Program Center hosted students at the BSU Waterfront in Diamond Point Park for a variety of free beach and lake activities.

Welcome to Bemidji State! New Students Move Into Tamarack and Oak Halls

Hundreds of new Bemidji State University students moved into their new homes in Oak and Tamarack halls and began their adventures as the university’s 101st incoming class.

 

Gallery: Teaching & Learning Center Hosts 2nd Annual BSU Today! Conference

Bemidji State University’s Teaching & Learning Center welcomed faculty back to campus with the second annual BSU Today! Conference, a day-long event featuring presentations from BSU faculty on resources that can aid in student success.

BSU’s Second Century: President Hensrud Kicks Off 2019-20 School Year

Dr. Faith Hensrud, president of Bemidji State University and Northwest Technical College, officially kicked off Bemidji State’s 2019-20 academic year at the President’s Welcome Breakfast.

Gallery: Sixth Annual Ojibwemowin Niibinishi Gabeshi Ojibwe Summer Camp

Bemidji State University held the sixth annual Ojibwemowin Niibinishi Gabeshi Ojibwe Summer Camp, from July 13–19. This program is designed for high school students who have the desire to learn more about the first people of Minnesota.

Young Aspiring Musicians Unite for Annual MusiCamp at Bemidji State

More than 350 music students ranging from fifth grade to recently graduated high school seniors are attending MusiCamp on the Bemidji State University campus this week.

A Northwoods Education: Bemidji State Restores Outdoor Classroom in School Forest

Bemidji State University students have the unique opportunity to learn in the great outdoors, surrounded by the thick woods, wildflowers, trails and lakes of the university’s 240-acre Hobson Memorial Forest.

Rising Up to Empower Change: BSU Hosts National Indigenous Nursing Conference

Bemidji State University’s Niganawenimaanaanig – an Ojibwe word meaning “we take care of them” – program hosted an Indigenous Nursing Conference on July 15 – 16.