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Exploring Local Careers: Students Connect with Technology, Art and Design Experts

Students enrolled in Bemidji State University’s School of Technology, Art and Design (TAD) connected with potential employers during the 2019 Connect to Careers open house held in the Hobson Memorial Student Union on Oct. 24.

Artist Keren Kroul Brings Memories & Synapses to Life with Watercolor Paintings

Bemidji State University’s Talley Gallery is presenting a collection of works by Minnesota educator and artist Keren Kroul. In “Memory of Our Memories” Kroul creates intriguing landscapes of the mind using watercolors.

Bemidji State Ducks Unlimited Raise Over $8,000 to Conserve Wetlands and Upland Habitats

Over 100 Bemidji State University students, alumni, faculty and staff came together to raise money for wetland conservation at Bemidji State Ducks Unlimited’s Waterfowl Hunter’s Party on Oct. 9 at the American Indian Resource Center.

Meeting Students Where They Are: Lt. Governor Peggy Flanagan Hears from Students

Bemidji State University welcomed Lieutenant Governor Peggy Flanagan to campus for a conversation with BSU and Northwest Technical College students, faculty and staff at the American Indian Resource Center (AIRC) on Oct. 17th.

Free Mom Hugs, Flu Shots and Prizes at Bemidji State’s Annual All-Campus Health Fair

Bemidji State held its annual All-Campus Health Fair, sponsored by the Living Well – Working Well committee, Oct. 9 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 and students had free access to a number of immunizations.

“Home for the 100th” Brings Alumni and Community to Campus

Bemidji State University celebrated it’s Centennial Homecoming Oct. 3-6. “Home for the 100th,” welcomed community members, students and alumni to campus for events including the Honors Gala, Homecoming parade and Alumni Leaders in the Classroom.

Homecoming Hearth Sparks New Tradition for BSU’s Second Century

On October 3, Bemidji State University students, faculty, staff and community members sparked a new Homecoming tradition to kick off the university’s second century.

No DeLorean Needed: Time Capsules Revisit BSU’s Past, Welcome Its Future

On a cloudy October afternoon, about 100 campus and community members gathered on the Hobson Memorial Union lawn, where dozens of items were left for future generations to explore in Bemidji State University’s centennial time capsule.

Real Life Experiences: Massaglia Teaches Global Business in China

Bemidji State University’s Dr. Dave Massaglia, associate professor of accountancy, spent four weeks teaching a global business class at Huaihua University in south central China during the 2019 summer semester.