By Mandy Hathaway September 12, 2020 Significant changes are coming to the Metropolitan State University bookstore on the St. Paul Campus. According to Metro State’s chief financial officer Tracy Hatch,…
TRIO peer mentor chooses involvement over indifference—and will vote for the first time on Election Day.
The Metropolitan is catching up on past conversations with President Arthur. On April 24, 2018 she discussed legislative initiatives impacting campus. Plus other topics: spendy textbooks, the space study, tuition-setting, and Mayor Melvin Carter's plan to jump-start every college savings for St. Paul kids.
Columnist says college students are stressed to the breaking point by cost of tuition, textbooks, housing, food. Unpaid internships add insult to injury.