Audiobooks on the Rise

By Madelyn Haasken Even for people who love books, it can be a challenge for a busy college student to find time to read. Between class, work, extra-curricular activities and a social life, there isn’t a lot of free time – and when there is, most students would rather curl up on the couch and […]

BSU Kicks-off Hagg-Sauer Plan Renovations

by Stacey Kaslon Almost seven months since Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton signed a bonding bill into law approving the replacement of Hagg-Sauer Hall at Bemidji State University, BSU will start construction renovations this month across campus in preparation for the new building. The $825 million bill for the Minnesota State system public works set aside […]

2018 Video Game Wrap-Up Reviews

By Rodney Morton Assassins Creed Odyssey- Released on October 5th, for PS4, Xbox Onex and PC. The latest entry in the Assassins Creed lineup is bringing you to ancient Greece. Ubisoft is turning the series towards an RPG instead of the previous stealth-action games before it. I am excited to play Odyssey as it is […]

Yellow Head, LGBT in the Anishinaabe Tradition

by Zachary Malm A unique story of an Anishinaabe warrior called Yellow Head is found among the annals of local lore and upon the lakes and shorelines that still bear his name. Referred to as a Berdache by the French or an agokwa in his own language, Yellow Head embodied the identity what can generally […]

Beaver’s Beat 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 […]

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 […]


by Dakota Drobnicki Take a look at the theater listings today: a couple established franchises staking their claims on the public once again, another expensive live-action Disney film that was dead on arrival, and an outlying refreshment in the form of Bad Robot’s zombie war film Overlord. Take a good look and bask in the theatrical […]

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

Director Scott Guidry (r) conducts the Blue Ice Jazz Band at the 2018 Carl O. Thompson Memorial Dakota Drobnicki 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 […]