As June comes to an end, members of the LGBTQ community remembers the Stonewall riots and the impacts the riots had on the modern gay rights movement.
As a nation, we are all coping with the current stay-at-home orders due to COVID-19 in different ways. Some of us are becoming quite comfortable quietly quarantining, while others are…
“For most of history, Anonymous was a woman.” -Virginia Woolf It’s March which means it is once again time to celebrate women’s history. Women of historical significance can be hard…
Metro State's student film club debuted their production, "Sad Forever," at the 2020 Z-Fest Film Festival in Minneapolis on Feb. 8.
Community professionals share information, resources and tips about protecting yourself and others from sex trafficking.
Metro State theater and Minneapolis Community and Technical College come together to produce a joint theater production at the Whitney Fine Arts Theater.
Metro State students learn the finer points of aerosol art in summer pilot course.
Ms Marvel's Sandbox Circus brings bigtop fun to Metro State library grounds
The only art festival on St. Paul’s East Side drew 80 artists and performers on June 1. Organizers of Art in the Hollow estimate that 2,000-plus people attended the event in Swede Hollow Park, near Metro State's St. Paul campus.
To promote his first novel, Metro State alumnus Raymond Strom returned to familiar ground: Minnesota. His home state provided the inspiration for the coming-of-age story in “Northern Lights.”