Take a look at the news stories featuring MSUM in the last week. Stories are presented in chronological order.

MSUM holds final scrimmage before spring game, WDAY: “MSU Moorhead’s football team has been getting up way before the crack of dawn this past month for its spring practices.”

Students Still Feel Safe Amid Recent Crimes in the MSUM Neighborhood, KVRR: “In light of the multiple crimes south of Minnesota State University Moorhead, many of the students on and off campus still say they feel safe.”

St. Cloud State sweeps Dragons in softball, InForum: “Minnesota State Moorhead’s softball team dropped a pair of Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference games on Wednesday, losing to St. Cloud State 1-0 and 4-0.”

MSUM students to embark on The Dragon Business Cruise, InForum: “Spring break may be over, but students of Minnesota State University Moorhead’s Paseka School of Business will get the opportunity to embark on a cruise later this week.”¬†

Dragons add Division I transfers Dobler, Walton to wrestling program, InForum: “The Minnesota State Moorhead wrestling program added two Division I transfers, head coach Kris Nelson announced Wednesday, April 19.”

Wide receiver Richter has big performance for Dragons in spring game, InForum: “Minnesota State Moorhead quarterback Demetrius Carr looks to have another emerging big target to throw to next fall. Dragons sophomore wide receiver Jacob Richter had 20 catches for 296 yards and two touchdowns Saturday, April 22, at Scheels Field at Alex Nemzek Stadium. Richter caught a late touchdown for the White team, but it wasn’t enough as the Red squad held on for a 28-27 victory in MSUM’s annual spring football game.”

Mankato sweeps Dragons in softball, InForum: “Minnesota-Mankato improved its overall record to 44-6 with a 7-0 and 7-3 Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference softball doubleheader sweep over Minnesota State Moorhead Sunday.”

About 200 rally in Moorhead as part of March for Science events across U.S., InForum: “Almost 200 people gathered at the Minnesota State University Moorhead campus for a local version of the March for Science, events held across the U.S. to opposes policies of President Donald Trump, such as climate change denial, that critics see as anti-science.”

From Myspace to Facebook: Exploring ‘social media for good’, InForum: “MSUM is hosting its first Social Media Day with the theme “using social media for good.” Local leaders, including key note speaker Kirsten Jensen, founder and digital strategist at Next Action Digital, will speak about various topics surrounding social media such as podcasting, recruiting and storytelling through social media and more.”

NSIC reaches agreement with Midco for live football broadcasts next fall, InForum: “The Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference reached a one-year agreement with Midco Sports Network for live broadcasts of 20 football games next season …¬†Minnesota State Moorhead will be part of three live football broadcasts, including one Thursday night game. The Dragons host Southwest Minnesota State at 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 7, on MidcoSN. They are also parts of live Midco broadcasts on Saturday, Sept. 2, at Augustana and Saturday, Nov. 4, at Minot State. The Saturday broadcasts will be aired on either MidcoSN or its second channel.”