Take a look at the news stories featuring MSUM in the last week.
Student’s ceramics, drawing exhibit explores ‘middle ground,’ searches for space between 2-D and 3-D, Daily Collegian: “The HUB-Robeson Center Gallery presented a public reception held from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Nov. 1 for ceramicist Stephanie Seguin’s (2009 alumna) dramatic yet minimalistic installation: Deconstructed Form; An Investigation of Silhouette, Contour, & Shape.”
It’s Officially Time for No Shave November, KVRR: “It’s time to start growing out your hair! MSUM’s Colleges Against Cancer is hosting its annual contest for No Shave November.”
Competitive gaming: West Fargo man makes living off fast fingers, video game skills, WDAY: “Videogames: Some call them mindless or time-wasters, but a West Fargo man found a way to make a living out of his virtual skills. And he’s not alone when it comes to jumping on the competitive gaming bandwagon. The steady symphony of a keyboard clicking as constant as Brandon Qual’s heartbeat. How fitting, given Qual’s lifeblood: Gaming.”
Photographer earns award for saving kittens from Grandin fire, InForum: “Photographer Carlos Pacheco has earned a Compassionate Action Award from PETA, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals.”
Dragons ‘Battle for the Axe’ against Bemidji State, InForum: “Minnesota State Moorhead will compete for one of the oldest rivalry trophies in NCAA Division II this weekend. The Dragons play at Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference football foe Bemidji State at 1 p.m. Saturday in the Battle for the Axe.”
Dragons reclaim the axe from Bemidji after missed extra point, WDAZ: “The MSU Moorhead football team had a chance to guarantee themselves a winning season by reclaiming the axe against Bemidji on Saturday.”
Missed extra-point kick helps Dragons win at Bemidji State, InForum: “Bemidji State missed an extra-point kick with 39 seconds remaining and Minnesota State Moorhead hung on for a 42-41 Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference victory Saturday, Nov. 5.”