After spending the quarantine cleaning house, it’s time to figure out what to do with the gently used belongings you can’t justify throwing away.
What does COVID-19 reveal about how we handle global existential threats? What will happen when the next one comes? Listen to reputable journalists
Student insists that there is an important story and a lot of questions about who we are as humans underneath all the COVID-19 coverage.
Tips and resources to help people who are struggling due to the COVID-19 outbreak cope with not being able to pay their bills
On March 3, Metropolitan State University held a seminar designed to assist the public in identifying ways to combat the ongoing opioid epidemic. The event
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.
Sex trafficking is not just a thing of the past. Here’s what Metropolitan State University is doing for survivors.
Metro State theater and Minneapolis Community and Technical College come together to produce a joint theater production at the Whitney Fine Arts Theater.
Alan Lessik explores themes and motivations in his “gay global” novels: 2016’s “The Troubleseeker” and the forthcoming “The Kenzo Koan.”
Part time work as a personal care attendant (PCA) can provide busy nursing students with direct medical work experience.
Campus content creators congregate on the University of Minnesota campus for journalism training.
Leaders in the black community were recognized and celebrated during the Sons of Bransford Awards. The annual event was part of the Black Men Healing Conference held on Metro State’s St. Paul campus on June 20-21.
Student shares knowledge gained as intern for the “Somalis + Minnesota” exhibit at the Minnesota History Center.
Student discovers quiet reflection and beautiful photographs at the Bruce Vento Nature Sanctuary.
“Go further in your advocacy” was the message social work students heard as they prepared to lobby legislators on April 8.
In the final frantic weeks of spring semester, nursing majors hope fellow Metro State students don’t forget one critical thing—their health.
The Psychology Club celebrated Brain Awareness Week with a guest lecture, hands-on brain games and optical illusions.
“We don’t have to be CEOs to make a difference.” That was the message of Professor Raj Sethuraju at a leadership development workshop for Metro State students.
Keynote speaker will uplift liberal arts education at Metro State’s Career Ideas Festival on March 29.
Metro State STEM students learned the mightiness of metacognition from an expert’s lecture. STEM Association members meet up monthly to enrich their studies in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Graduate students in Metro State’s co-occurring disorders recovering counseling program share a common mission: to shatter the stigma of mental illness and addiction.
A new speaker series is bringing user experience professionals into Metro State classrooms.
The 2018 MN Cyber Career Expo offered students and job candidates a chance to chat with tech company representatives.
Some students are wary of traditional job fairs. So the Career Center put on a more easygoing event of informational interviews at “Meet the Employers” on May 31.
Scavenger hunt teaches students how to properly cite research in APA style.
To accommodate representatives of 48 employers—and nearly 200 students eager to meet them—the Diversity Networking and Job Fair took over the entire lower level of the Student Center on Sept. 12.
Student leaders, organizations and advisors were celebrated at the 20th annual President’s Student Leadership Awards dinner held May 9 in New Main Great Hall.
Peer support group will advocate for students recovering from and impacted by addiction.
Two-credit class will offer job search advice, peer support and insight into 3M’s corporate culture.
Provisions of the Harry W. Colmery Veterans Education Act of 2017, commonly known as the Forever GI Bill, will take effect in August 2018.
A $100K federal grant is funding campus suicide prevention efforts at Metro State.
Student organization gets new name and leadership.