March 12, 2020

March is Endometriosis Awareness Month. On March 28, marches are held all around the world to walk in support of the women that battle with endometriosis every day. If there isn’t a march in your area, there is also a virtual march where you can watch it live and parti...

February 28, 2020

Minot State’s women’s hockey team is at the end of their successful conference season. The women are ranked second in the American Collegiate Hockey Association with a record of 17 wins, four losses, and one tie.

Recently, captain Sami Jo Henry earned the Women’s Midwes...

February 20, 2020

Minot State Beaver softball started their preseason off in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Beavers faced five competitive teams. With the game against Sonoma State University going into extra innings, the Beavers won in the ninth inning 10-8. In the midst of five games, freshma...

February 6, 2020

The Minot State women’s hockey team has been on a winning streak, taking 14 games in total this season and 13 in a row. The Beavers are ranked third in the American Collegiate Hockey Association Women’s Division I for the first time this season. Junior Captain Sami Jo...

November 30, 2017

The long anticipated seasonal air-supported multi-sport dome arrived at Minot State University last spring and is expected to be raised by the end of November, according to Andrew Carter, MSU athletic director.

“The manufacturer is sending two men to serve as foreman an...

November 30, 2017

This year is the 55th anniversary of deaf education at Minot State University. In September, the MSU Diversity Council hosted a presentation, “Celebrating Centuries in Deaf Education: Honor the Past — Inspire the Future,” with Dr. l. King Jordan in celebration of 200 y...

November 16, 2017

Six months ago, Minot State University conquered what everyone thought was a complete set back. The university faced $8.6 million in cuts. Facing a crucial budget cut meant having to cut several positions. The university cut 30 non-faculty positions and 20 faculty posi...

October 12, 2017

Minot State University's men’s hockey team started its season with high expectations and are 4-0 following victories against the Oklahoma Sooners and the Jamestown Jimmies.

"We expect to be in the finals," junior forward Dylan Johnson said.

Last year the team finished it...

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