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Bemidji State University among America's greenest colleges and universities

The Princeton Review recognized BSU for its efforts to encourage and educate students about being green. This is the second year Bemidji State received national attention for offering and participating in several green initiatives.
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The Princeton Review recognized BSU for its efforts to encourage and educate students about being green. This is the second year Bemidji State received national attention for offering and participating in several green initiatives.

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