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BSU Hosts 39th Annual Pow Wow

Alice Thielges | Staff Writer | 4-23-2012 Last week the Council of Indian Students held the 39th annual Pow Wow in Bemidji, in the John Glas Field House. Pow Wows are a way of bringing communities together to sing, dance, and just be happy with each other’s company. Pow Wows were not allowed before the American Indian Religious Freedom Act was passed in 1978. However, to keep the culture alive,
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New Milkshake Machine: C3 Brings All The Boys to Yard

Alice Thielges | Staff Writer | 4-11-2012 [caption id="attachment_1546" align="aligncenter" width="200" caption="Photo by: Kailer Overman"][/caption] How many miles do you have to travel to get to the nearest place to grab a milkshake? Five? Ten? None? We can all say none. Walnut Hall’s C3 store has just added a milkshake machine, provided by Aramark, the company that operates the C3 stores, Lakeside Food Court, Upper Deck, and Northwoods Dining Center
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Students Offer Tax Help

Alice Thielges | Staff Writer | 3-30-2012 [caption id="attachment_1492" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="A student helps clients with tax forms. Photo by: Kailer Overman"][/caption] BSU students who have completed the course Income Taxes I and passed the IRS certification test not only get the satisfaction of academic achievement, but are also qualified to assist others with their taxes. The IRS has a Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program (VITA) to which these students
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Supper for a Buck; Cheap Meals and Good Company

Alice Thielges | Staff Writer | 3-22-2012 [caption id="attachment_1453" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="Students enjoy Supper for a Buck at the Lutheran Campus Ministry every Thursday. Photo by: Kailer Overman"][/caption] Here at BSU, there is a lot of diversity across the  student body. From loving to hunt, fi sh, figure skate or play ball, there is one thing students all have in common: We love to eat.  There is only one problem