This exhibition features the artwork of Metropolitan alumna Regula Russelle. Russelle’s handmade books can been found in some of the most prestigious collections in the world, such as the Museum of Modern Art and the British Library. Nonetheless, it’s not uncommon to see the artist on a Minneapolis street corner handing out her folios to passersby.
Holiday Gift Program at Metropolitan State University
This holiday season, Metropolitan State University is proud to host the Holiday Gift Program. The university community has sponsored families in need over the holidays for the past 15 years, and, for the past three years, Metropolitan State students in need of support have received donations. This year, student parents are coming to the Student Parent Center in greater numbers and they would like to help each and every family. "Faculty and staff have been very generous and students are always very thankful," says Student Parent Center Coordinator Sue Fust.
Metropolitan State Reads and Discusses Racist America
Metropolitan State University invites students, staff, faculty and the community to participate in Metropolitan State Reads and Discusses Racist America: Roots, Current Realities and Future Reparations by Joe Feagin. Four discussion sessions will be held, starting in November and ending in January. The first 30 people to register for this event and attend the discussion sessions will receive a copy of Racist America for free.
Metropolitan State welcomes Black Lives Matter Minneapolis for a roundtable discussion
Black Lives Matter Minneapolis chapter will hold a roundtable discussion at Metropolitan State University's Library and Learning Center on Wednesday, Nov. 25, 9–11 a.m. Panelists include Lena K. Gardner and Asha Long.
Explore the Master of Science in Alcohol and Drug Counseling program
Metropolitan State University is offering an information session Dec. 1 to explore the Master of Science in Alcohol and Drug Counseling program. Learn about the application process and the future of alcohol and drug counseling in Minnesota.
Metropolitan State University’s Theater Underground presents “Righting Home” Dec. 3, 4 and 5
Metropolitan State University’s Theater Underground presents Righting Home, written and directed by Scott Rubsam, this December. Righting Home is a one-woman play set during the holidays, starring Julie Dafydd, which explores the ideas of gender, identity, relationships and self-exploration.
Star Wars party at Metropolitan State University
Metropolitan State University is hosting a Star Wars party on Dec. 12 that is open to all community members, students, faculty and staff. The party is located on the third floor of the Library and Learning Center in multiple classrooms and will allow attendees to engage with each other, the university, the library and the community in new and fun ways.
Metropolitan State University’s Career Center presents “Through the Students’ Lens: Impacts of Poverty on College Success” this December
Metropolitan State University’s Career Center invites faculty and staff to attend the December Think Tank titled “Through the Students’ Lens: Impacts of Poverty on College Success” on Dec. 15. Denise Felder, a Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (MnSCU) director of professional development and career technical education, will be the featured speaker.