By: Amy Dalrymple, INFORUM MOORHEAD – National Guard veteran Joe Butler enrolled at Minnesota State University Moorhead a month after […]
Minnesota State University Moorhead President Edna Szymanski literally jumped for joy Tuesday. Szymanski was ecstatic to deliver news to faculty and staff during an all-university meeting that enrollment projections are up and fundraising last year was at a record high. Click headline to read more.
A 95-year-old time capsule opened Tuesday provides a link to a part of Minnesota State University Moorhead’s past that was destroyed in a 1930 fire. University archivist Terry Shoptaugh said there was no record of the time capsule in Weld Hall, likely because President Frank Weld’s papers were destroyed in the fire of Old Main. Shoptaugh opened it Tuesday in front of about 200 people and found well-preserved photographs, course catalogs, a diploma and other documents from 1915 and earlier. Click headline to read more.
If you haven’t gotten used to the name Minnesota State University Moorhead, you may not have to. President Edna Szymanski said she’d like to switch the name to Moorhead State University Minnesota. Read Amy Dalrymple’s story at inforum: http://www.inforum.com/event/article/id/254803/group/News/