Each year CST works with more than 50 Minnesota communities with populations of 5,000 or fewer, taking on projects that make a difference.
Audiences will follow a lonely woman's trek to the afterlife and back, see two sisters immersed in the world of Dungeons & Dragons, and enjoy a new spin on L. Frank Baum's classic tale of Dorothy in the Land of Oz.
Sonya Posmentier, associate professor of English at New York University, will discuss "Black Reading: Lyrics Of The Color Line" on October 11.
An outstanding student at UMN Morris, Dr. Marilyn Strand '77 has been a leader in patient care for almost 40 years.
Homecoming events included Cougar athletics, alumni reunions, music performances, and a dedication of the Edward. J. and Helen Jane Morrison Performing Arts Center.
Praised here for its diversity and value, the campus also earned high marks in the Wall Street Journal / Times Higher Education College Ranking 2019.
An expert in end-of-life care, Kellehear will teach a two-credit course and give two public lectures this fall.
Called "field school" because of its experiential approach, the course asked students to study contextual literature and use that knowledge to craft an understanding of the campus's boarding school history.
UMN Morris was ranked first in the state and 33rd in the nation.
Made up of young women from Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, Nobuntu celebrates through song and dance the identities of African women.