The Arts


Prince: A Look into the Life of Minnesota’s Most Eclectic Artist

How much do you know about Minnesota’s greatest music icon? Find out where you can see the place where the artist formerly known as Prince mad it all happen.

The Glensheen Mansion What is it, and What Really Happened There?

This article covers the story of the Glensheen murders that happened in 1977. An old heiress, her adopted daughter and son-in-law, and an evil plan full of greed. What really happened during that time, and why?

Is 'Talk to Me' Worth Watching? A Review

A24 Studios has been on a winning streak recently, particularly with the success of “Everything Everywhere All at Once,” which garnered numerous awards, including several Oscars.

Is the Barbie Movie Worth Watching? A Review

So, you know how there are those movies everyone’s been talking about all year? Well, the Barbie movie is definitely one of them. It’s packed with famous actors and a marketing blitz that’s hard to ignore.

Crocheting is Cool... And You Should Start Learning!

Crocheting is the new cool hobby! This article explains why crocheting is cool, and what you can make with it. Arts and crafts people, here’s a new hobby to pick up. This one’s for you.

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As campuses surge with protests calling for an end to the war in Israel, a naked truth is laid bare, antisemitism is alive and well in the U.S.

As thousands of students plunge college campuses across the country into a state of chaos to “free Palestine,” it is no surprise that antisemitism flows within the movement. 


Haute Dish Annual Spring Reading

Each semester work is submitted for [blind] voting by a volunteer editorial staff, which consists of current Metro students working in the areas of prose, poetry and art.

Health & Beauty

YWCA Minneapolis Announces Radical Restructuring, Prioritizing Social Justice Initiatives

In a groundbreaking move, YWCA Minneapolis is embarking on a radical restructuring to intensify its commitment to social justice causes.

Tech & Science

Digital Literacy is taught by our own

College students and older adults have a phobia of technology. That’s when I come in as a Metropolitan State University student and AmeriCorps member in the Community Technology Empowerment Program working at my service site in the Metro/Dayton’s Bluff library and remote on Zoom.