(Pixabay / Qiangxuer) Jonathan Hiatt Guest Writer Like many kids who grew up appreciating Dr. Seuss books for their wit, humor, playfulness and inventive use of the English language, I…
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 chief financial officer Tracy Hatch,…
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.”
Metro State students dropped off, picked up—and couldn't put down—donated books at the Great Big Book Swap on April 23.
The Metropolitan talked with Professor Ed Bok Lee as he launches his third book of poetry, “Mitochondrial Night."
Keynote speaker will uplift liberal arts education at Metro State's Career Ideas Festival on March 29.
Feeling weather-beaten? Metro State librarians endorse the best books to take your mind off meteorological conditions (and midterms).
Dr. Shannon Gibney discussed her young adult novel “Dream Country” with philosophy students at Metro State on Dec. 6, 2018.
The Dayton's Bluff Book Club picks books by Minnesota and Midwest authors, with a particular eye to social justice. Members meet monthly in the Metro State Library.
Writing student examines the popularity of e-books in public libraries.