Take a look at the news stories featuring MSUM in the past several weeks. Stories are presented in chronological order.
Area sky watchers weigh Apollo landing’s impact on science, InForum: “Juan Cabanela was only a few months old when astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed the Apollo 11 lunar module on the surface of the moon on July 20, 1969.”
Group of friends and filmmakers shoot horror film in East Grand Forks, InForum: “A group of filmmakers is shooting a slasher flick at an East Grand Forks farmhouse. Most of the crew are graduates of Minnesota State University Moorhead — a group of friends who say they are living their dream.”
YWCA’s Racial Justice Committee to host community events, InForum: “YWCA Cass Clay’s Racial Justice Committee and Minnesota State University Moorhead are hosting four community dialogue events in conjunction with the Science Museum of Minnesota’s RACE: Are We So Different? exhibit, on display at the MSUM Livingston Lord Library, 700 13th St. S.”
He’s the Hass with all the sass: How an MSUM graduate has taken over pop culture with an avocado, InForum: “He’s small and green, he’s not very mean and he’s got a booty that makes all the girls scream. His name is Guacardo, the brainchild of a 2016 Minnesota State University Moorhead graduate — and he’s been making his rounds in pop culture since 2017, including on MSUM’s social media accounts to celebrate National Avocado Day on Wednesday, July 31.”
From CEO to state employee, ‘next chapter’ for Tammy Miller includes learning and laser focus, InForum: “Tammy Miller has come a long way from a childhood in small-town North Dakota, helping out in her family’s general store, later working as a certified public accountant, starting a career at Border States Electric here, and eventually, becoming its chief executive officer.”