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

MSUM Football Holds First Spring Practice, KVRR: “After going to the postseason for the first time since 1994, MSU–Moorhead football is back practicing.”

Dragons big-play receiver Richter likely to miss next football season due to injury, InForum: “The Minnesota State Moorhead football team is likely to be without one of its top big-play threats next season.”

Northern State softball falls in game one to MSU Moorhead, Aberdeen News: “The Northern State University softball team fell to Minnesota State University Moorhead 6-4 in eight innings Tuesday at the Presentation College Dome.”

‘Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day?’ Tamarac Discovery Center to host Nature Poetry Workshop on April 7, DL-Online: “That’s the thinking behind a truly unique event coming up at Tamarac’s Discovery Center on Sunday, April 7: A Nature Poetry Workshop led by Minnesota State University Moorhead English professor — and published poet — Kevin Zepper.”

F-M Area Students Lend a Hand During Flood Fight 2019, KVRR: “Volunteers are critical to preparing for flooding. Students in the F–M area are joining in to do their part.”

Upper Iowa tops Dragons softball, InForum: “Upper Iowa downed Minnesota State Moorhead 4-3 in the first game of a Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference softball doubleheader at the Presentation Dome.”

Dragons softball drops two games to Winona State, InForum: “The Minnesota State Moorhead softball team fell twice to Winona State on Sunday in Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference action. The first 3-2 loss was in eight innings and a 12-0 loss followed in five innings.”

Beavers tame Dragons in the bubble, Minot Daily News: “Minot State’s softball team picked up a pair of victories in a Tuesday doubleheader against Minnesota State Moorhead in the Air-Supported Dome.”

University Theatre Presents Reefer Madness, High Plains Reader: “Inspired by the original 1936 film of the same name, this musical comedy takes a tongue-in-cheek look at the hysteria caused when clean-cut kids fall prey to the ‘devil’s lettuce.’”