MSUM Student Life Programming is seeking new staff members for the 2016-17 academic year. Read the rest of this entry →
Brave the cold and come win some groceries by joining the Dragon Entertainment Group in the CMU Ballroom at 7pm on Thursday January 21st for a game of video game themed Grocery Bag Bingo
The Dragon Entertainment Group is holding Crime Scene Grocery Bag Bingo in the CMU Underground on Wednesday November 18th at 8:30pm. Get your tickets online as they are required for all wanting to attend.
Come play Bingo and win groceries!
Dragon Entertainment Group is hosting “Back to the Future” themed Grocery Bag Bingo on Wednesday October 21st in the CMU Ballroom at 7pm. Come play bingo to win groceries!
The Dragon Entertainment Group is excited to welcome Ella Dorner to our campus. Join us in the CMU Ballroom from 7:30-8:30 pm on Thursday, October 1st to hear her story of strength, perseverance, and success! http://ellavated.com/keynote.html
Looking for a way to show your Dragon Pride and make a positive impact at MSUM? Apply for a coordinator position with the Dragon Entertainment Group by Thursday, Feb. 26! Being part of The Group provides you the opportunity to grow as a person, develop valuable skills for the working world, and have fun planning events for other Dragons! Read the rest of this entry →
The Dragon Entertainment Group presents a night of Improv Comedy with the Upright Citizens Brigade Touring Company. This is an improvisational comedy group created by Amy Poehler. They will be performing at MSUM on Wednesday Feb. 25th. The show starts at 7:30 p.m. in Weld Hall.
Free Ice Skating this Sunday from 2-4:30! There will be a shuttle bus going back and forth from the CMU to the Moorhead Sports center. Read the rest of this entry →
Are you a faculty or staff member of MSUM? Have you done something super cool during a sabbatical, before, or during your time at MSUM? Then the Dragon Entertainment Group wants you! On March 5th from 6:30-7:30pm we are putting on a program called “My Professor Has a Secret Life” and we are in need of some faculty or staff to present. Read the rest of this entry →
Looking for a way to show your Dragon Pride and make a positive impact at MSUM? Apply for a coordinator position with the Dragon Entertainment Group! Being part of The Group provides you the opportunity to grow as a person, develop valuable skills for the working world, and have fun planning events for other Dragons! Read the rest of this entry →
Hope for the Homeless Tonight! At 7pm in King Hall 110, Olympic silver medalist, Danny Harris, will be providing an intimate view of his life as a hall of fame athlete to the struggles of becoming homeless on Skid Row in Los Angeles. Read the rest of this entry →
Dragons AfterDark is partnering with Saturday Soiree and the Dragon Entertainment Group to bring you the Gatsby Dance! Tonight in the Underground at 9:30pm, join us for a great time! There will be create your own fedoras and feather headbands, food, photo booths, and some great music!
Hope For the Homeless: Olympic Silver Medalist, Danny Harris, providing intimate view of homelessness
The Dragon Entertainment Group is bringing a once in a lifetime opportunity to MSUM on Thursday Feb. 19th at 7 pm in King Hall 110. Olympic Silver Medalist, Danny Harris, will be providing an intimate view of his life as a Hall of Fame athlete to the struggles of becoming homeless on Skid Row in Los Angeles. His inspiring story will leave any crowd speechless.
The Dragon Entertainment Group is sponsoring a Ski/Snowboard Trip to Detroit Mountain. This trip will occur on Saturday, Feb. 14, and lasts from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. It is $30 for students and $40 for the general public. Sign up at the Info Desk in the CMU.
Do you or a faculty or staff member you know have a secret talent or done something really cool in your free time? The Dragon Entertainment Group is looking for you! Please email email@example.com if you or someone you know would be interested in this program.
Two free showings of the movie Space Jam on Wednesday Feb. 11th at 6 and 9 pm. Located in Langseth 104. Sponsored by the Dragon Entertainment Group.
Nov. 6 from 7:30-8:30 p.m.
Come join Dragon Entertainment Group, and male faculty, staff and alumni, for an evening of food and healthy masculinity. The Men’s Panel will be an open discussion on current events, all things “manly”, and a safe open space to talk about any and all issues pertaining to not only men but women too. So bring your appetite and your facial hair (yes no shave November will be celebrated) and join us for food, fun, and good conversation.
Come join Dragon Entertainment Group, and male faculty, staff and alumni, for an evening of food and healthy masculinity. The Men’s Panel will be an open discussion on current events, all things “manly,” and a safe, open space to talk about any and all issues pertaining to not only men but women too. SO bring your appetite and your facial hair (yes, no shave November will be celebrated) and join us for food, fun, and good conversation. Everyone welcome!
Student involvement leads to jobs post-graduation
By Danielle Rebel | Marketing Intern
Many graduates and students agree classroom learning can only take you so far. In order to get the job of your dreams after graduation, it takes more than dedication to your studies. It takes the motivation to seek real-world experience through internships and campus involvement.
“There’s only so much you can learn in the classroom, and the skills employers really want you to have you learn in jobs and real-world opportunities,” said Theresa Boyle, a 2014 graphic design and music industry graduate. “The sooner you get involved and start doing these things, the sooner you know what you are interested in.”
Boyle knows firsthand the importance of getting involved early. She recently accepted a position as director of creative and marketing with Bass/Schuler Entertainment, a college-booking agency in Chicago. Read the rest of this entry →
Follow the Dragon Entertainment Group’s Facebook and Twitter pages for hints on where to locate the movies on campus. This effort is in coordination with a silent anti-bullying campaign. Over 3.2 million students are victims of bullying each year. Let’s create awareness about bullying and the effects it can have on society.