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

Hintz adjusting to life with powerful Dragons, Post Bulletin: “Karla Nelson knew the kind of talent she was getting when Megan Hintz committed to her Minnesota State Moorhead women’s basketball team.”

Student Leaders look to bring change to MSUM’s sexual misconduct policy, WDAY: “Student leaders in Minnesota are using the ‘Me Too’ movement to make change in the higher education system.”

Top-ranked St. Cloud State blanks Dragon wrestlers, InForum: “The Minnesota State Moorhead wrestling team lost to conference rival and No. 1-ranked St. Cloud State 45-0 Thursday night at Alex Nemzek Fieldhouse.”

MSUM women win four overtime thriller to extend win streak to 12 games, WDAY: “Jacky Volkert scored a team-high 25 points, including an important 3-pointer in the fourth overtime, to help lift Minnesota State Moorhead to a dramatic 101-97 victory in four overtimes against Winona State on Friday night in Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference women’s basketball at McCown Gymnasium.”

Kretchman scores team-high 21 points in Dragons road loss, InForum: “Caleb Wagner scored a game-high 25 points to lead Winona State to a 93-78 victory against Minnesota State Moorhead on Friday in Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference men’s basketball at McCown Gymnasium.”

Local youth learn about math, science with furry friends, WDAY: “Little stargazers are learning more about space with their favorite muppets. Hundreds of parents and kids traveled from across the Valley to see ‘One World, One Sky’; a tour of the stars with Big Bird and other Sesame Street characters.”

Upper Iowa uses big second half to rally past Dragons men, InForum: “Upper Iowa erupted for 58 points in the second half to rally for a 91-78 victory against Minnesota State Moorhead on Saturday in Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference men’s basketball at Dorman Gymnasium.”

College Track and Field: Huber’s win leads MSUM at Bison Open, Brainerd Dispatch: “A win by senior Brian Huber in the long jump led the way for the Minnesota State University Moorhead track and field teams on the final day of the Bison Open Saturday.”