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

Mandan native stages opportunity in Medora, Bismarck Tribune: “Morgan Rebenitsch is getting full use of her theater degree this summer working in North Dakota’s tourist destination.”

M State hosts ‘Color of the Midwest’ photography show, M State: “The unique and vibrant photography of Willmar native Jared Eischen will be on display in his show “Color of the Midwest” from Aug. 20-Oct. 10 in the Charles Beck Gallery on the Fergus Falls campus of Minnesota State Community and Technical College.”

Dragons senior Strand has connection to football program’s 100-season history, InForum: “Andy McCarty played football for Minnesota State Moorhead in an era that was much different than current day. They wore leather helmets with no facemasks and no mouthguards.”

Quarterback Competition Heats Up for MSUM as Season Approaches, KVRR: “Two weeks out from the first game of the season, MSU-Moorhead still doesn’t have a starting quarterback. Jakup Sinani and Bryce Meehl are fighting for the job vacated by Demetrius Carr.”

An internship to kill for: 8 weeks at the Lifetime Movie Network, the Sierra Obioha Story, SC Times: “Sierra Obioha is a 2015 graduate of Sauk Rapids High School and senior at Minnesota State University Moorhead, majoring in film production and minoring in film studies and psychology. She recently returned from eight weeks in Los Angeles, California, where she worked as an intern for Lifetime TV, part of the Television Academy Foundation ‘Movies for TV’ internship.”

Leading by example: MSUM dean guides vision for campus engagement with arts, InForum: “When Dr. Earnest Lamb started playing cello in the sixth grade, he didn’t know how much it would impact his future career — or that it would help bring him to Minnesota State University Moorhead.”