Campus Student Life

Keep Calm Week

By Shane Neumann BEMIDJI—Thanksgiving break is over, and finals are looming. This is a stressful time of year for students, and stress management is important. Thankfully it’s “Keep Calm and…” week here at BSU. The Mental Health Advisory Board will host events all week to teach students stress-management basics. On Monday, students made free goodie bags, and Tuesday there was a guided-meditation event. Wednesday’s event was “Keep Calm and… Do
Campus Local National Soccer Sports

Lady Beavers Earn Home-field Advantage

by Shane Neumann BEMIDJI—On Monday Nov. 5, the Bemidji State Women’s Soccer secured their second straight NCAA Division II Women’s Soccer Championship bid, only this time things will be different. Last year, the team received a #5 seed and had to play their games on the road. This year, the team received the #2 seed in the Central Region, which earned them the right to host the first and second
Campus News Soccer Sports

Beavers Breaking Records

by Shelby Haney For the first time in school history, the Bemidji State Women’s Soccer team is ranked 5th in the nation with a record of 12-0-0, and Senior Rachael Norton broke the all-time scoring record earlier this month, reaching 105 career points. “It’s very surprising. I remember when I was a freshman looking at the stats and thinking about the amount of goals I would need to score in
Campus Hockey Sports

Beaver Best Hawks in Season Opener

The Bemidji State Men’s Hockey team faced off against 13th ranked, North Dakota on Friday, October 12th and beat the Fighting Hawks 2-1. Adam Brady tallied BSU’s first goal in the first period and Owen Sillinger scored his first career goal in the third period. Sophomore Henry Johnson was between the pipes tonight for his first career start with the Beavers and stopped 28/29 shots on goal. North Dakota’s lone
A&E Campus News

A World of Music at the Carl O. Thompson Memorial Concert

by Dakota Drobnicki [caption id="attachment_5960" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Director Scott Guidry (r) conducts the Blue Ice Jazz Band at the 2018 Carl O. Thompson Memorial Concert.[/caption] BEMIDJI – The groups at the Carl O. Thompson Memorial Concert this Sunday rocked yet another performance at Bangsberg Hall—with a packed house to boot. The Chamber Singers and the Bemidji Choir began the festivities with sets under the direction of Dr. Dwight Jilek. The
Local News

The First Snow for Northern Minnesota Arrives

By Shelby Haney BEMIDJI--Snow fell for the first time on Thursday, October 4th, leaving Bemidji-ites fearful for what the upcoming winter may bring. The most recent snowfall in October was October 30th of last year. But don’t worry, you won’t have to trade your sweaters in for a winter coat and gloves just yet. According to the National Weather Service in Grand Forks North Dakota, Minnesota is currently in a
Campus Local News

Bemidji Police Department Announces Investigation Update

by Stacey Kaslon The Bemidji Police Department announced in a press release today the identity of the student who passed away Sunday, Sept. 30 outside of Tamarack Hall to be Isaac Jon Morris of Cokato, MN. After detectives and BCA Crime Scene personnel investigated the room at Tamarack Hall, it appears that Morris accidentally fell from a seventh floor window. Preliminary autopsy report indicates that Morris died of "significant internal
Campus Local News

BREAKING NEWS: BSU and Bemidji Police Announces Investigation into Death on Campus

by Stacey Kaslon At 6:15 a.m., Bemidji State University sent out a press release to all students stating that a person died on campus early in the morning on Sept. 30 outside of Tamarack Hall. The Bemidji Police Department and other law enforcement officials are on the scene and investigating into the situation. BSU assures students that "there is no imminent danger or other safety threat to our students, faculty
Campus Local News

UPDATED BREAKING NEWS: Bemidji Police Department Investigating Possible Abduction within 2 Blocks of BSU

by Stacey Kaslon At 9:54 a.m. today, the Bemidji Police Department sent out a press release stating that they were actively investigating a possible abduction within two blocks of Bemidji State University on Sept. 26 at 7:35 p.m. in the area of 26th Street NW and Calihan Avenue. Upon arrival to the scene officers spoke with the juvenile witness who stated that he had been outside at approximately 7:30 p.m.
Campus News

Students United Unveils Organizational Objectives at Student Senate Meeting

by Dakota Drobnicki [caption id="attachment_5932" align="alignnone" width="600"] Students United representatives await an official introduction video prepared for the meeting. L to R: Krysta Sanders, Kayla Shelley and Carlee Diggins. Dakota Drobnicki/The Northern Student[/caption]   BEMIDJI – Students United representatives attended BSU Student Senate’s meeting on September 19th to discuss their organizational objectives for the 2018-2019 school year. Executive Director Carlee Diggins, State Chair Kayla Shelley and Vice Chair Krysta Sanders