By: James J. Berreth, Government and Political Writer with The Metropolitan In the picture: Victor Rosenthal “As serious as he could be at times, he loved to laugh more than anything,…
Joseph Palumbo Reporter (Molly Steinke) For 135 years, the St. Paul Winter Carnival has been one of the city's most beloved events. Almost every winter since 1886, the carnival has…
U of M researcher speaks to Human Services capstone students about using artificial intelligence to assist with mental health diagnostics.
Metro State restructures operations, hires new security personnel and contractors.
Arthur unveils six new commitments to students before the start of the 2019-2020 academic year.
University representatives reach out to students and staff following summer assaults.
Four listening sessions offered students, faculty and staff resources and updates following a racially motivated assault on Metro State's St. Paul campus.
Share: Metropolitan State University President Ginny Arthur confirmed today the victim of Wednesday’s “racially motivated physical assault” on the St. Paul campus was a university employee. In an email to…
University greenhouse project postponed due to construction costs. Trump tariffs part of the trouble.
Suzanne Nielsen was recently appointed to what she calls her “dream job," as an assistant professor in Metro State's creative writing department.