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From left, Bemidji State University students Nicki Stajish and Brendin Ketchum role-play as special agents with the Internal Revenue Service's criminal investigation unit as part of the Adrian Project held Friday at BSU. Bill Maki, BSU's vice-president of finance and administration, right, acts as an informant to the special agents. Pioneer Photo/Monte Draper

IRS special agents recruit Bemidji State students in 'Adrian Project'

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In full uniform, with gold badges clinging to their belts, 11 special agents with the Internal Revenue Service's criminal investigation unit stood ready as accounting students from Bemidji State University filled the room on Friday.

"Welcome to the Adrian Project," Special Agent Janet Oakes told the more than 80 students, after welcomes from BSU president Jon Quistgaard and College of Business, Technology and Communication Dean James Maxwell.

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