Tech & Science

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Review of Sony’s WH-1000XM5 Wireless Noise Canceling Headphones 

A new, stylish, quality Bluetooth headphone set with multiple features, looks, and brilliant sound quality which makes this a must-have for audiophiles everywhere.  

Tools for trusting information in a world of information overload

One of the main advantages of developing technology is that a wealth of information and data is freely available to anyone with an internet connection.

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.

Minnesota Rokkr Home Series

Call of Duty E-Sports is back! The Major V series kicks off in person in the states of Minnesota and Wisconsin.

Five tips for getting the best learning experience from Metro State’s online classes

Similar to working from home, going to school from home requires your full attention. If it’s possible, find a room in your house (with a door) that offers privacy so you can work in peace. Animals and children are adorable but they aren’t conducive to an ideal learning environment. 

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As campuses surge with protest calling for an ending of war in Israel, a naked truth is laid bare, anti-semitism 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.

Politics & Government

A Look at Some of the Bills Which Were Made New Laws from the 2023 Legislative Session

On the 23rd of May, the 2023 legislative session ended here in Minnesota, and any hope for legislation not yet passed by both the House and Senate met its fate in the trash bin of history.