Every third Tuesday of the month, the Library gives gamers of all stripes a night to unite.
Feeling weather-beaten? Metro State librarians endorse the best books to take your mind off meteorological conditions (and midterms).
Library adds AmeriCorps member to the team to teach tech to students.
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.
Cold-hardy kids and adults joined meteorologist Mike Lynch for a November night of stargazing at Metro State.
Writing student examines the popularity of e-books in public libraries.
Film series and discussions explore African-American history, culture and art.
On the evening after the biggest blizzard of the season, a small crowd braved the snow banks to gather on 7th Street outside the Metro State Library and Learning Center.
“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.