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WESTERN PLAINS OPERA

Martinson Davis returns to Minot State for ‘Hansel and Gretel’

Minot State University alumnae Joann Martinson Davis is thrilled to return to North Dakota as Gretel in the Western Plains Opera’s production of “Hansel and Gretel,” set for Jan. 24, 25, and 26 at Minot State’s Ann Nicole Nelson Hall.

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ART

Minot State participates in nation-wide women’s suffrage centennial project

Minot State art student Darby Ness and art professor Linda Olson’s works will be featured in “Her Flag,” an art flag made of stripes designed by female artists from the 36 states that ratified the 19th Amendment in 1919 and 1920.

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STUDENT FUNDRAISER

Waltz lessons at Minot State

Learn how to waltz, brush up on your waltz skills, or learn new waltz steps while helping students at Minot State achieve a goal for growth.

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COUNSELING SERVICES

Minot State offers Let’s Talk: Drop in Counseling Services

Minot State began a new mental health outreach program, Let’s Talk: Drop in Counseling Services, for students during the Fall 2019 semester.

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SENIOR SPOTLIGHT

Classroom zen: Gantzer takes her future back

Perseverance so perfectly describes Shelby Gantzer that she ended up getting the word tattooed on her body.

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AWARDS

Minot State announces Fall 2019 President's List, VPAA and Engagement Honor Rolls

MSU announced a total of 433 students were named to the Fall 2019 President’s List, a total of 325 students were named to the Vice President for Academic Affairs’ Honor Roll and 15 students earned a spot on the Engagement Honor Roll.

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MUSIC

Beo to play four North Dakota events

Minot State University graduates Jason and Sean Neukom will bring their critically acclaimed ensemble, Beo String Quartet, and its evocative program “Farewells” to North Dakota this winter, including a stop in Minot on Feb. 1.

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