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Guest Writer Brok Junkermeier From the outside looking in, prison life holds multiple views and stereotypes. Movies like “Desperate Measures” and TV shows like “Locked

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Kamala Harris at Metro State 

Pierre Young    Arts and Entertainment Editor  On a surprise visit to the Twin Cities on the morning of October 22nd, Vice President Kamala Harris came

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Arts
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Metro at Crypticon

By Pierre Young – Arts and Entertainment Editor (Courtesy of Crypticon) Minnesota brings horror to Plymouth! In this 3-day weekend comic con, Crypticon is filled

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Metro at the Movies:Elvis

Joseph Palumbo Arts and Entertainment (Property of Warner Bros. Pictures) Elvis Presley is a name as quintessential to the history of American music as Abraham

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A new look for Metro State

Samuel Albers, Editor-in-Chief Metro State is set to roll out a massive rebranding on Monday, February 21. Although the new brand includes updates to Metro

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College in a Pandemic

HaticeEROL / Pixabay) ERIANNA JILES Opinion Writer Before our state lockdown was ordered by Gov. Tim Waltz back in March 2020, I didn’t know what

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Redesigning life after COVID-19

Local business owners, workers, and students adapt to changes according to their needs and abilities in a COVID-19 world. They adapt to a new normal on June 1, and continue to re-design their lives to accommodate their communities.

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Arts
Julie Walling

Let Women Rise From Anonymity

“For most of history, Anonymous was a woman.” -Virginia Woolf It’s March which means it is once again time to celebrate women’s history. Women of

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News
April Carlson

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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Arts
Mandy Hathaway

Art in the Hollow celebrates 10th anniversary

The only art festival on St. Paul’s East Side drew 80 artists and performers on June 1. Organizers of Art in the Hollow estimate that 2,000-plus people attended the event in Swede Hollow Park, near Metro State’s St. Paul campus.

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