Students can now log in and Engage
Screen shot taken from the new Engage webpage. Engage allows immediate and easy access to Metro State events, organizations and news.

Students can now log in and Engage

Metro State student clubs and organizations have a new communications hub on the Engage website.

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MSUSA candidate statements
Screen shot taken from the Engage newsfeed on Aug. 20. Students can log on to Engage with their university email credentials and vote for governance representatives. According to the post, “MSUSA is a student governing body comprised of up to 20 dedicated student leaders who are focused on strengthening Metropolitan State University’s commitment to being a student-centered creative enterprise. MSUSA assists the University in its efforts to help students achieve academic excellence and be responsible citizens in an increasingly complex and culturally diverse world. MSUSA provides a listening post and forum for student issues, concerns, and needs, and advocates for University accountability and responsiveness.”

MSUSA candidate statements

Want to cast a ballot for the new slate of student representatives? Here's who's running.

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Sons of Bransford Awards honor the past, foretell a bright future
2019 Sons of Bransford winners (left to right) Paula A Haywood (Alice O. Lynch Community Service Award), Aasia-Mari Ross (Young Leader Award) Kory Dean (Mentor Award), Deborah Watts (Community Legacy Award), and William R Moore (Mentor Award) pose after the ceremony with award founders Jim Bransford and Samuel Simmons (center). (Mandy Hathaway / The Metropolitan)

Sons of Bransford Awards honor the past, foretell a bright future

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.

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Metro State employee victim of ‘racially motivated physical assault’ on St. Paul campus
The north stairway outside of New Main on Metropolitan State University’s St. Paul campus photographed on June 20, 2019. An assault on a university employee occurred here on Wednesday afternoon, June 19. (April Carlson / The Metropolitan)

Metro State employee victim of ‘racially motivated physical assault’ on 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 employee. In an email to…

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