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Minot State University updates mask policy

Minot State University has updated the campus face covering and mask policy. Effective Monday, Aug. 17, face coverings must be worn by students, faculty, staff, and visitors when in classrooms, instructional spaces, indoor common spaces, and while attending indoor events on the Minot State University campus.

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ART DEPARTMENT

Minot State University Art Department receives letterpress donation

Ryan Stander finds beauty in creating art from processes that span centuries. A letterpress donation from Allan Burke and the Braddock Letterpress Museum will enable students and faculty a new opportunity to do just that.

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STUDENT

An unplanned fit for Nelson

When Cassidy Nelson graduated high school, opening her own hair salon was her goal. Now she will be graduating from Minot State in December with a nursing degree.

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ALUMNI

Engel sees path to change in unconditional acceptance

Barkley Engel embraces the idea that all people have the capacity and the right to change regardless of what they’ve done or what’s happened to them.

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HONOR ROLL

MSU announces Spring 2020 President's List, VPAA and Engagement Honor Rolls

Minot State University announced a total of 544 students were named to the President’s List, 302 students were named to the VPAA Honor Roll, and 17 students earned a spot on the Engagement Honor Roll.

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MUSIC

Choir students sing in COVID-19 support video

Two Minot State choir students participated in a collaborative music video to support essential workers.

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TEACHER EDUCATION AND KINESIOLOGY

Minot State provides virtual lessons for elementary students

When Minot State transitioned to remote learning midway through the Spring 2020 semester, education students had to change the way they delivered their lessons.

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