September 14, 2017

This season, MSU volleyball welcomes new head coach Dana Cordova to the team.  Last season, the team ended with a 0-20 conference record that left the ladies less than satisfied.  This year, the team hopes to build from the ground up with their new coach to achieve a l...

September 14, 2017

 Katy and Tyler Allers are classmates in professor Gary Rabe’s Criminal Justice 370 class. But they are more than just classmates--they are also mother and son.

Katy began her education at MSU in 1984 but didn’t complete her criminal justice degree. When she was hired b...

September 14, 2017

Unique restaurants in Minot can be hard to find, especially within walking distance of campus.

Located at 609 N. Broadway, Monty’s Heart of Texas Barbeque is new to the Magic City.

Daniel “Monty” Montgomery, owner of Monty’s Barbeque, hails from Goldthwaite, Texas.  He f...

September 14, 2017

Homecoming is much larger than just a football game.  The many events are brought to you by several departments including athletics, marketing, student activities, and alumni.

This year, Homecoming runs Sept 18-23 with a full docket of fun-filled events.  There's someth...

September 14, 2017

The Trump administration announced its decision to eliminate the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program on Sept. 4. By doing this, President Trump has proven that he lacks the will or thoughtfulness to demonstrate moral leadership. Of course it would be too muc...

September 14, 2017

Several new posters around campus read, "Beavers don't let friends drive drunk."  This campaign is only the beginning for the recently implemented StepUP!, a bystander intervention program.

Karina Stander, a wellness specialist at Minot State, said the goal of the progr...

September 14, 2017

Minot State University has undergone a lot of changes in the past year due to state-mandated budget cuts, which included the elimination of about 50 positions throughout campus.  Almost every department was impacted by cuts, including safety and security.

According to G...

September 14, 2017

The masses of rain caused by Hurricane Harvey left tens of thousands of people in Houston, Texas, homeless.   Entire districts and streets were cut off, leaving some people with only what they could carry.

Minot State students Cameron Wilson and Brileigh Boyce, bot...

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