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

Free social media training offered at MSUM April 6, InForum: “The Marcil Center for Innovative Journalism and School of Communication and Journalism at Minnesota State University Moorhead will host Social Media Day from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., Friday, April 6 at the Weld Hall Theatre at MSUM.”

MSUM Art Exhibit Honors Those Who Struggled To Achieve Equality, KVRR: “An exhibit celebrating the struggle for racial equality ends its run on MSUM’s campus.”

MSUM Spelling Bee Raises Awareness for Cancer Research, KVRR: “MSUM students put on a spelling bee to raise awareness for cancer research in partnership with a non-profit called With Purpose.”

Men’s Track and Field: Huber earns trip to national indoor 4th straight year, Brainerd Dispatch: “Minnesota State University Moorhead senior Brian Huber has qualified for the NCAA Division II Indoor Track and Field Championships in the long jump.”

Students put together series of history exhibits on display at MSUM, WDAY: “Students are stepping into history with the annual ‘History Day Projects’ at MSUM.”

MSUM grad’s ‘special voice’ earned him spot singing the national anthem at Minnesota Wild games, InForum: “The Moorhead High School and MSUM grad was on the ice singing “O Canada” as the Minnesota Wild prepared to host the Vancouver Canucks in St. Paul when a roar — a big one — nearly drowns him out.”

Dragons women earn spot in NCAA Division II Central Region tournament, InForum: “Minnesota State Moorhead is headed back to Sioux Falls, S.D., for more postseason play. The Dragons earned the No. 7 seed in the Central Region for the NCAA Division II women’s basketball tournament.”

MSUM Women’s Basketball Ready for Chance in Central Region Tournament, KVRR: “At the division two level, the season continues for the MSUM women’s basketball team. It was announced late Sunday night that the MSUM Dragons were awarded the seventh-seed in the Central Region tournament and will battle second-seeded Central Missouri.”