The Talley Gallery—Art Traveling Through Time

By Kelsey Jacobson Photos by Andrew Persson   In Bridgeman Hall, you will find a gallery displaying many different kinds of art from professional artists around the world and in Minnesota. The Talley Gallery has been part of BSU since the ’70s. In 1975, the gallery was dedicated to Ila Mae Talley, who shared her […]

Water Bottle Ban

By Dylan Rouse Photos By Jenny Konesky   The Student Senate recently passed a bill that will stop the distribution of plastic bottled water on campus next fall. This bill has faced criticism from some students, claiming that it will impact the availability of clean drinking water. But the water in the city of Bemidji […]

Back to the Basics: Winter Walleyes

Story and Photos by Andrew Persson   These days it’s easy to get swept up in the marketing overload that is the fishing industry. There seems to be an endless number of different rod, reel, tackle and bait companies that are constantly bombarding fisherman with the “latest and greatest” item that will drastically improve success […]

Big Crappies in a Small Town

By Samuel Moore   It is no secret. In Bemidji, Minnesota people are blessed with not only a beautiful place to live, but a phenomenal area to fish.  From big water walleye lakes to small hidden gems with big panfish, Bemidji has a lot to offer a hard water freak. Personally, I am unique in […]

Recent News

A Glance at the Bemidji Axemen

By Brityn Kiser   Well it’s that time of year again folks. With the 2015 Indoor Football League (IFL) season recently opening for our very own professional IFL team, the Bemidji Axemen, it’s time to get on over to the Sanford Center and indulge in some snacks and beverages while enjoying a good game of […]

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With Love from Bemidji

By Calissa Treat   There is one day every year that is set aside just for love. It is filled with red and pink shirts, ties, heart-shaped sugar candies with “Be Mine” written on them. It seems as though there are red roses on every corner and boxes of chocolate stuffed in cases. It’s a […]

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Beaver Hockey Playoff Picture

By Andrew Persson   It is the heart of college hockey season in Bemidji and the Beavers are finding themselves battling for a position in the standings as they head into the busy finishing half of the schedule. As of the holiday break, all 10 teams in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) have played […]

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BSU Website Anticipates Redesign

By Alyssa Muench The improved BSU website is set to launch mid-to-late December, after finals are over. According to Scott Faust, the director of communications and marketing at BSU, this website will be easier to manage and therefore easier to make updates. When the redesign launches, one-third of the departments across campus will be updated […]

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Reconstruction of the Laurel Honors House

By Dylan Rouse Photos by Andrew Persson Notice anything new around campus? Construction has been taking place as renovations of Memorial Hall continue, but there is another addition to our campus that might have caught your attention. Located right across from the library is the property where the old Laurel Honors House once occupied; the […]

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Finally Ending the Stress of Finals

By Emilie Brouse December is a month of anticipation for many pursuing a college degree—both the excited and nervous kind. Most look forward to the approaching winter break, more than ready for a much-needed hiatus from their studies. But oftentimes, the positive emotions for the month ahead is accompanied with a stress level that is […]

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Wily Winter Coyotes

By Andrew Persson Now that the deer season for rifle hunters has come to an end, many sportsmen will be hitting the hard-water to start putting early season fish on the ice. However, for those who would rather have a gun in their hands than a fishing rod, there is still one great hunting opportunity–coyotes. […]

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BSU Nursing Students Camped Outside for Homeless Awareness Week

By Kelsey Jacobson On Monday night, a group of 15 nursing students battled it out in the cold to help bring awareness to a problem that is seen in Bemidji—homelessness. The nursing students came dressed for the cold weather from head to toe. Each was prepared with blankets, sleeping bags, tents, and food when 6 […]

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Switchfoot Comes to Bemidji

By Kelsey Jacobson The band Switchfoot will be performing their new album release, Fading West, on November 9th at the Bemidji Sanford Center. Switchfoot was a contemporary Christian band, but in 2003 they changed to mainstream, alternative rock with their album, The Beautiful Letdown, which went platinum. “Calling us ‘Christian Rock’ tends to be a […]

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Charting the Future

By Dylan Rouse The power of higher education has more significance today than ever before. The future looks bright for those who are on track to graduate, but our state colleges and universities are facing a defining moment in the future of all Minnesota residents and students alike. Charting the Future is a roadmap for […]

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