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STUDENT FEATURE

No secret: MSU students get to experience Secrets Resort in Los Cabos

At Minot State University, there are a lot of different opportunities for students to gain experience in their desired future field. Whether it be writing for the school newspaper or helping with MSU Life, there are groups and possibilities in all degrees.

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CAMPUS EVENT

Campus Community Dialogues return

Save the Date for Wednesday, Nov. 3 at 7 p.m.; don't cancel it. The Minot State Campus Community Dialogues will open its fourth season with “Cancel Culture: J.K. Rowling, Jon Gruden, Sleeping Beauty…Who's Next?” in the Northwest Arts Center at 7 p.m.

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REGISTRATION

Spring 2022 registration open at Minot State

Minot State University’s Spring 2022 semester registration is open for all currently enrolled MSU students beginning Friday, Oct. 29.

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Collegiate Computing Competition

Garbage Collectors take second place at competition

Every year Digi-Key Electronics company, one of the world’s largest retailers of electronic components based in Thief River Falls, Minnesota, hosts a programming competition between area schools that offer computer science, software engineering, or computer engineering.

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STUDENT FEATURE

Temanson’s writing comes to life

Mya Temanson is a self-proclaimed nerd. In her fourth year as an English and world languages double-major, she has had plenty of time at Minot State to work with other students who share her interest in writing, particularly in Minot State’s English club.

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STUDENT FEATURE

Dancing turned to a dream

Growing up, DeAndre Ford loved to play basketball and learn how to play new instruments. Like many people, he came to a point in his life when he had to pick which hobby he wanted to put more energy into. Ford chose basketball.

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FACULTY FEATURE

Experience in the field

Minot State University’s Thorpe Halloran, assistant professor of biology, believes in the importance of classroom work. But in his world, there is nothing better than getting hands-on experience in the field — or in this case — working in streams, rivers, and lakes.

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