(Creative commons photo) James J. Berreth Politics and Government Reporter It has been a little over three weeks since voters cast their ballots for
(Creative commons photo) James J. Berreth Opinion Writer It is no secret that we are at that phase of American life when we are bombarded
(Dotemu) COWABUNGA! The turtles are back in the arcade-style beat-um-up “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge.” The game takes place during the 80s era of
(Republished from Left Voice) Educators in Minneapolis are currently in their second week on strike. Here, two Twin Cities educators write about the state of
Guest Opinion Emmett Doyle Between the “Great Resignation” and “Striketober,” 2021 was heralded by some observers as the revival of the American labor movement. It
Jessica Garraway Opinion Editor Participants at a meeting between the WFP Solidarity Collective delegation and Afro-Colombian social leaders from Buenos Aires, Argentina and Cauca, Colombia.
Joseph Palumbo Arts and Entertainment Editor (Creative commons photo) After years of bitter controversy, the National Collegiate Athletic Association held a historic meeting on November
Joseph Palumbo Arts and Entertainment Editor Over the course of the past year and a half, the Twin Cities has undergone a series of earth-shattering
SAMUEL ALBERS Editor-in-Chief Let’s face it, being a student during the COVID-19 pandemic has been a strange experience. All of a sudden classes were entirely
JESSICA GARRAWAY and ERIK SUCHY Opinion Writer and Opinion Editor Since the uprising following the murder of George Floyd, the conversation around policing in the
ERIK SUCHY Opinion Writer While President Joe Biden tries to withdraw the rest of the U.S. military stationed in Afghanistan by September 11, the Taliban
(Pixabay / Qiangxuer) Jonathan Hiatt Guest Writer Like many kids who grew up appreciating Dr. Seuss books for their wit, humor, playfulness and inventive use
(AshrafChemban / Pixabay) ERIK SUCHY Opinion Writer On Feb. 20, a polar vortex plunged Texas into a state of complete chaos, resulting in power outages
( Gerd Altmann / Pixabay) NATHAN HOYHTYA Opinion Editor By a Senate vote of 57-43, former President Trump survived his second impeachment on Feb. 13.
(Pixabay / Mark Thomas) ERIK SUCHY Opinion Writer On the eve of his inauguration, President Joe Biden held a ceremony honoring the 400,000 COVID-19 victim’s
(user1492992852 / Pixabay) NATHAN HOYHTYA Opinion Editor President Joe Biden firmly established unifying our country as a top priority as he spoke at his inaugural
(Kaboompics / Pexels) By Mandy Hathaway The internet has vastly increased the speed and spread of information, connecting the world in ways never before thought
Joseph Palumbo Reporter (Molly Steinke) For 135 years, the St. Paul Winter Carnival has been one of the city’s most beloved events. Almost every winter
NICOLE WEISJAHN January 14 2021 Staff Editor Spring Semester 2021 is here and online classes are here to stay. Most universities (including Metropolitan State University)
(Pixabay / Robert Gasparro) NATHAN HOYHTYA Opinion Editor With the climate change threat escalating, environmentalists are increasingly forced to examine all their options to reach
(Mandy Hathaway / The Metropolitan) By Mandy Hathaway Freedom of religion is an important but polarizing issue. It is important because the freedom of religion
(Artem Podrez / Pexels) ERIK SUCHY Opinion Writer With COVID-19 infecting millions and claiming hundreds of thousands of innocent lives, desperation for a vaccine that will stop
(Mandy Hathaway / The Metropolitan) NATHAN HOYHTYA Opinion Editor Following a record breaking turn out for the Nov. 3 election, America watched in suspense for
( Dung Tran / Pixabay ) ERIK SUCHY Opinion Writer In these times of deep racial tension and turmoil, I feel at odds with tossing
(Pixabay) NATHAN HOYHTYA Opinion Editor November 3rd 2020 When asked to provide a condemnation of white supremacist and militia groups, President Trump responded in terrible
(Gerd Altmann / Pixabay) ERIK SUCHY Opinion Writer “It’s time to talk issues; to use the dreaded ‘L’ word; to say the policies of our
(Black Student Union/Pierre Young) By Pierre Young Social Media/Web Editor September 23 2020 This year has been hard for us all, especially students in clubs
By Mandy Hathaway September 12, 2020 Significant changes are coming to the Metropolitan State University bookstore on the St. Paul Campus. According to Metro State’s
by Erik Suchy August 17 2020 (Noam Galai / Getty Images) Moviegoers line up at nationwide theatre chains to experience a film that will bring
BY: NICOLE WEISJAHN Staff writer August 14 2020 (MSUSA) Fall semester is rapidly approaching and with it comes a wave of uncertainty. While it’s
Are vaccines safe and could one truly bring this COVID-19 pandemic to an end?
COVID-19 has already played havoc with states contesting their 2020 election primaries late in the season. Is mail-in voting the answer for Minnesota in November’s general election?
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.
Student provides a seven step guide for surviving the quarantine active and healthy
In this part of the series, we’re going to explore the risks associated with AI development. From lost jobs to biased systems, we’ll explore the realistic ethical and social risks that AI poses.
Student highlights the tragedy of the AIDS pandemic as something we can learn from.
After spending the quarantine cleaning house, it’s time to figure out what to do with the gently used belongings you can’t justify throwing away.
What does COVID-19 reveal about how we handle global existential threats? What will happen when the next one comes? Listen to reputable journalists
Student insists that there is an important story and a lot of questions about who we are as humans underneath all the COVID-19 coverage.
Tips and resources to help people who are struggling due to the COVID-19 outbreak cope with not being able to pay their bills
Because of its simplicity, this article is not meant to be the whole of your learning experience and educational links will be provided throughout so
Because of its simplicity, this article is not meant to be the whole of the learning experience and educational links and videos will be provided throughout.
On March 3, Metropolitan State University held a seminar designed to assist the public in identifying ways to combat the ongoing opioid epidemic. The event
After overcoming addition, student finds the courage get the degree that always seemed just out of reach.
Opinion Editor April Carlson sat down with her for a 40-minute discussion that centered on three main topics: the campus climate survey that will be conducted next fall; the results of the recent advising assessment; and preparations for Metropolitan State University’s 50th anniversary.
Sex trafficking is not just a thing of the past. Here’s what Metropolitan State University is doing for survivors.
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.
Democratic hopefuls debate policy plans designed to address climate change. Here’s what they said that’s worth remembering.
Alan Lessik explores themes and motivations in his “gay global” novels: 2016’s “The Troubleseeker” and the forthcoming “The Kenzo Koan.”
Part time work as a personal care attendant (PCA) can provide busy nursing students with direct medical work experience.
Arthur unveils six new commitments to students before the start of the 2019-2020 academic year.
Campus content creators congregate on the University of Minnesota campus for journalism training.
Ms Marvel’s Sandbox Circus brings bigtop fun to Metro State library grounds
Leaders in the black community were recognized and celebrated during the Sons of Bransford Awards. The annual event was part of the Black Men Healing Conference held on Metro State’s St. Paul campus on June 20-21.
Four listening sessions offered students, faculty and staff resources and updates following a racially motivated assault on Metro State’s St. Paul campus.
Share: Metropolitan State University President Ginny Arthur confirmed today the victim of Wednesday’s “racially motivated physical assault” on the St. Paul campus was a university
Student shares knowledge gained as intern for the “Somalis + Minnesota” exhibit at the Minnesota History Center.
Student discovers quiet reflection and beautiful photographs at the Bruce Vento Nature Sanctuary.
Student makes the case for companion animal welfare—and boycotting predatory puppy mills.