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STUDENT FEATURE

All part of the plan

Alayzia McLeod has always had a plan for her postsecondary education, but as usual, plans change. Instead of adapting her plan to fit Minot State, she made Minot State fit for her.

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MUSIC

Tradition returns

“Messiah,” an oratorio by George F. Handel, has been performed on the Minot State campus for almost a hundred years. Welcome it back from a year hiatus on Sunday, Dec. 5 at 4 p.m. in Ann Nicole Nelson Hall.

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KMSU Auction

KMSU Auction returns for 23rd season

The 23rd Annual KMSU Auction, run by the Minot State professional communication department, will begin at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 2. The auction will be broadcast on local access KMSU Channel 19 for SRT and MIDCO customers and streamed in real-time on YouTube Live.

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STUDENT FEATURE

Klebe has life-long love of music

Growing up in Minot, Megan Klebe has always felt as though Minot State University has been a part of her life.

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MINOT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

‘Amahl and the Night Visitors’

The Minot Symphony Orchestra and Western Plains Opera will present Gian Carlo Menotti’s “Amahl and the Night Visitors,” on Saturday, Dec. 11.

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ARTIST IN RESIDENCY

Taube Museum welcomes Ryan Stander

The Taube Museum of Art is delighted to announce the creation of an artist in residency program.

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SUMMER THEATRE

MSU Summer Theatre renovation, fundraising making steady progress

Minot State University’s Summer Theatre revitalization project has given way to Mother Nature for the 2021 building season, however Phase Two of the project has made steady progress both at the iconic amphitheater site on the north end of campus as well as its vital funding project.

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