Interview with President Ginny Arthur
(Mandy Hathaway / The Metropolitan)

Interview with President Ginny Arthur

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.

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New student org presents film at Z-Fest
Screenshot taken from the short film “Sad Forever.” Actress Emily Dooley, who plays Colleen’s Mom, comforts actress Lainey Donaghue, as Colleen. They hug to calm jitters regarding Colleen’s upcoming open mic performance. “Sad Forever” was written, cast, and directed by members of Metropolitan State University’s student film club. The piece debuted at the Z-Fest Film Festival in Minneapolis on Feb. 8, 2020.

New student org presents film at Z-Fest

Metro State's student film club debuted their production, "Sad Forever," at the 2020 Z-Fest Film Festival in Minneapolis on Feb. 8.

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Stolen People Stolen Dreams brings sex trafficking awareness to Metro State
Joy Friedman of the Minnesota Indian Women’s Resource Center; Bobbi Jo Pazdernik, Senior Special Agent (SSA) with the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension; Stacy Schultz, the West Metro Regional Navigator for The Link; and Linsey Ruth Founder and Director of Project 8, participated in a panel discussion moderated by Marianna Klochan about sex trafficking on Jan. 29 in the Founders Hall Auditorium. (Mandy Hathaway / The Metropolitan)

Stolen People Stolen Dreams brings sex trafficking awareness to Metro State

Community professionals share information, resources and tips about protecting yourself and others from sex trafficking.

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KISS: Metro State/MCTC production juxtaposes romance with the heartache of a nation
Metro State student Adam Sutcliffe, in the role of Ahmed, is consoled by actor Raul Arambula, in the role of Yousiff, following a rejected proposal from his girlfriend in the play KISS. The production was put on by Theater Underground and hosted by Metro State University and Minneapolis College. The production ran from Nov. 14 - 23. (Brandon General / The Metropolitan)

KISS: Metro State/MCTC production juxtaposes romance with the heartache of a nation

Metro State theater and Minneapolis Community and Technical College come together to produce a joint theater production at the Whitney Fine Arts Theater.

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