Bringing World Music to Bemidji State Students, One Shekere At a Time

Dr. Janice Haworth, professor of music, is teaching World Music: Western Hemisphere at Bemidji State University during the Fall 2019 semester. All students are eligible to take the course, including music majors and non-music majors. Students are currently making shekeres, an African percussion instrument made out of a hollow gourd and beads.

Video: Celebrating 100 years of Bemidji State University Graduates!

Congratulations to the Bemidji State University Class of 2019 and a huge shout-out to all of the BSU grads from the last 100 years. Here’s to all of the late-night study sessions, the hours spent in the library, the walks along Lake Bemidji and the hard work you have committed to our campus community. You did […]

Poverty Simulation at Bemidji State University

The Bemidji State University Department of Social Work and the College of Individual and Community Health (CICH) partnered with four local, regional and national support organizations to conduct a poverty simulation on Nov. 30.