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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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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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Students from BSU Shared Experiences during Suicide Awareness Week

By Kelsey Jacobson     On September 18th, the first thing people noticed when entering into Hagg-Sauer were students, professors, and people from the community who showed up to the event. All the seats were filled in one of the biggest lecture halls on campus, yet there was not enough room to contain them. Some students […]

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Alex Schlee | Staff Writer | 03-01-2013 For a show titled “Sax, Drags, and Rock N’ Roll,” Bemidji’s first ever drag show held last Friday, it was surprisingly deficient in both saxophone and rock music. What the misleadingly-titled show lacked in jazz and rock, though, it made up for with a profusion of drag queens, […]

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Bemidji’s First Drag Show Rocks Beaux Arts Ballroom

Alex Schlee | Staff Writer | 03-01-2013 For a show titled “Sax, Drags, and Rock N’ Roll,” Bemidji’s first ever drag show held last Friday, it was surprisingly deficient in both saxophone and rock music. What the misleadingly-titled show lacked in jazz and rock, though, it made up for with a profusion of drag queens, […]

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Library adds new computer lab

Peder Aalgaard | Staff Writer | 02-07-2013 During winter break, the A.C. Clark Library made a new addition to its first floor.  Computers were added in the lowest floor, which has so far been computer-free. They are not brand new but were moved from a Deputy Hall computer lab due to renovation being done in […]

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Twelve things college students are doing on 12/12/12 (Reading Day)

Bill Stafford | Columnist | 12-12-2012 Did you think Nov. 11 last year was a big deal? Well today is the last day in the near future where the month, day and year will match up, and, in celebration, we have here a few ways students are spending their 12/12/12 reading day at Bemidji State […]

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Comedian and performer Brian Rudo entertains students as finals approach

Alex Schlee | Staff Writer | 12-08-2012 As fall semester draws to a close, many of Bemidji State’s students have been finding their free time spent buried in coursework and study material. Those who had a little more than an hour left of their spare time to devote to leisure had a chance to see […]

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BSU Remains Tobacco Free

Tricia Tuntland | Staff Writer | 11-13-2012 According to the American Nonsmokers’ Rights Foundation, there are about 824 college campuses that are smoke free, 608 of which have a tobacco-free policy. There are currently 13 colleges and universities in Minnesota that are either smoke-free campuses or have a tobacco-free policy.   As of April 2011, […]

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Students will finally stop getting fliers under their doors and campaign calls during class: Election Results

11-07-12 | Edited and written by Eve Lang Reporting provided by Reporting and Writing class members:  Jamison St. Germain, Claire Tsuji, Taylor Gustafson, Danielle Carty, Anthony Nichols, Lauren DePaulis, Meghan Jewett, Emma Li, Sameli Makela, Arne Mostad-Jensen , Hope Slusar, Daniel Swenson, Andrew Paygar-Flangiah, Michael Bollinger, Kristen Holmquist, Garrett Prochask, Calissa Treat In Minnesota, two state […]

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