Local News

Community Members Walk to Defeat Alzheimer’s

by Dana Flickinger BEMIDJI—The walk to defeat Alzheimer’s was held on Saturday. There were approximately 100 participants and 22 different teams. They had a goal of 24,000 dollars and raised about 17,000 dollars. The walk is in support of those lost and to fund research to stop further loss. It was a three mile walk starting at the Sanford Center. “Over fifteen million individuals are serving as unpaid caregivers. There
Campus News

Eurospring Professor to Speak About Aliens in America

By Rebecca Carvell Scientific historian, Dr. Allan Chapman of Wadham College at Oxford University comes to Bemidji State University to present “Aliens: 2,000 Years of History — But Do They Really Exist?” at 4 p.m. Sept. 25 in Hagg-Sauer 102. The lecture will be about why aliens fascinate people and just how far back the fascination goes. A member of the Royal Astronomical Society and presenter of the BBC television
A&E

Saying Goodbye to Songs of Summer

by Shawn Campbell Summer is in the rearview mirror—yes, I know it’s sad—but I have a cure for your sorrows… music! There was some fantastic music released over the summer, and with all this homework killing my summer buzz, I think it’s time for the first edition of Shawnyc’s Guide to Music Survival. These are mostly deep tracks, but I guarantee you will like them or your money back… or
A&E Movie Reviews

MOVIE REVIEW: Mother!

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L3VhpO0l7qw[/embed] dir. Darren Aronofsky reviewed by Dakota Drobnicki I'm not really huge on Darren Aronofsky's work; I did love me some Black Swan back when that came out, but Requiem For A Dream for example, I understand why people love it but it never quite resonated with me personally. Not to mention that I've never seen Pi or The Fountain or even Noah-- crucify me if need be, fellow film heads. I was always more the Argento type than the Aronofsky type.
Outdoors Sports

OPC Brings Campus and Community Together at Intramural Dragon Boat Races

photo story by Stacey Kaslon To the sound of waves crashing on the shore and a rhythmic chorus of "Row!", Bemidji State University students and community members worked together and competed in the Outdoor Program Center's first ever Intramural Dragon Boat Races 6-8 p.m. Sept. 12 at Diamond Point Park. [gallery columns="1" size="large" link="file" ids="5267,5271,5268,5270,5274,5269,5273,5272"]
A&E Movie Reviews

Ten Films for the Rest of 2017 (that Aren’t Sequels or Reboots)

by Dakota Drobnicki It! Thor: Ragnarok! Justice League (if that's exciting now after Wonder Woman turned out to actually be really good)! Star Wars Episode VIII! Kingsman 2, Blade Runner 2, Daddy's Home 2, Bad Moms 2, Madea Halloween 2, Pitch Perfect 3, Saw 8! Not to mention the Flatliners, Jumanji, and Death Wish reboots nobody asked for! Murder on the Orient Express! My Little Pony: The Movie! The LEGO