Freedom of assembly was the topic of conversation between a Metro State professor and a St. Paul police officer at a campus forum on April 19.
Students United sent nine university students to Washington, D.C. with a lengthy legislative agenda and a mission to lobby lawmakers.
President discusses Chancellor Devinder Malhotra, legislative funding prospects (including a potential $10 million for a cyber security center at Metro State), and campus safety in the wake of the Parkland shooting.
President discusses Metro State’s financial health, serving adult students and her own academic journey
Students, alumni and faculty can submit art for $1,000 award.
Free screening for students at Film Space on March 23.
The Metropolitan investigates: Following an indecent exposure incident on the St. Paul campus on Feb. 15, staff and faculty were alerted via email. Why weren't students notified?
The Metropolitan met with President Ginny Arthur on Jan. 16 for an hourlong conversation. This is the third in a monthly series of interviews.
“It’s something you assume your college has. And I feel slighted that we don’t,” said Jessica Maistrovich, Student Senate Treasurer, in explaining her drive to create a mascot for Metropolitan State University. “Mascots create a sense of community and belonging. Having one can add that sense of fun that sometimes we’re missing as a more adult college,” she said.
Psychology students raise $94,000 to eliminate lunch debt for St. Paul schools.