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Campus News named national SPJ finalist

Posted on June 15, 2017

Campus News was named a Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) 2016 Mark of Excellence national finalist in the Best All-Around Television Newscast category.

Watch the winning newscast: Campus News 4-30-16.

Campus News is a collaborative learning project where faculty and industry professionals mentor students to produce a weekly television program that airs on Prairie Public Television. MSUM’s Campus News is broadcast into the homes of more than a million people via Prairie Public Television. The 30-minute newscast includes local, regional and national stories, and is written, reported, photographed, edited, anchored and produced by students.

College for Kids & Teens

Posted on June 14, 2017

June 12-15 | June 19-22 | July 10-13 | July 17-20

College for Kids & Teens is a summer camp program for students K-12. Expert instructors teach classes that will encourage exploration, adventure and creativity while cultivating young people’s understanding and appreciation for a variety of topics. Register for College for Kids & Teens today!


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  • July 17-20

Straw Hat Players Summer Theatre

Posted on June 13, 2017

Celebrate the 54th season of Straw Hat Players Summer Theatre at MSUM with four shows: Forbidden Broadway’s Greatest Hits; Church Basement Ladies 2: A Second Helping; The Glass Menagerie; and Hello, Dolly!  Read the rest of this entry →

Summer Cinema Series

Posted on June 12, 2017

Four summer Mondays feature silent films and music

Minnesota State University Moorhead’s Summer Cinema Series enters its 41st season with four evenings of silent films preceded by live organ music. The Summer Cinema Series is a collaborative project of MSUM’s School of Media Arts & Design and the Red River Chapter of the American Theatre Organ Society.

The Series opens Monday, July 10, with three short films featuring Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton and Harold Lloyd. The films are Chaplin’s The Pawnshop, Keaton’s The Blacksmith, and Lloyd’s Never WeakenRead the rest of this entry →

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