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MINNESOTA STATE UNIVERSITY MOORHEAD

The pandemic has changed nursing, raising questions about the future of nursing and most immediately, who wants to even be a nurse. This crisis in nursing is causing nursing educators to quickly rethink how they train their students and making health systems rethink how they recruit and retain nurses.
The Rev. Dominique Buchholz said Minnesota State University Moorhead officials noticed last year, coming back from the COVID pandemic, that campus counseling resources were swamped. MSUM leaders wanted to fill this important void. So they brought on Buchholz as chaplain to provide free, confidential listening and spiritual care to anyone: students, faculty and staff.
The AIDS epidemic often comes down to facts, figures and scientific study, but some Fargo-Moorhead students and volunteers are doing their best to remember the people behind the illness.
MSUM now offers five levels of automatic scholarships up to $14,000 awarded annually over four years.

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Funds raised will boost student scholarships and programs at MSUM.
Just a short drive east of one of western Minnesota's regional centers, visitors will find stop No. 9 on our 20-site tour of Minnesota's state parks. The shallow, rocky and scenic Buffalo River winds through the state park that bears its name, and features some native prairie grass so vital to the plants and animals of the Red River Valley.
Just a short drive east of one of western Minnesota's regional centers, visitors will find stop No. 9 on our 20-site tour of Minnesota's state parks. The shallow, rocky and scenic Buffalo River winds through the state park that bears its name, and features some native prairie grass so vital to the plants and animals of the Red River Valley.
There is a lot of hope, joy and excitement knowing the end of the pandemic is near and that more students can return to campus, one leader said.
Lin Enger’s new novel, “American Gospel,” opens with a doomsday prophecy set in the final days of the Richard Nixon presidency in August 1974.
Lin Enger, who teaches writing at Minnesota State University Moorhead, says he writes to investigate his own obsessions.

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The Dragon Drumline will make its debut not on the field, but at a parking lot bingo fundraiser for Churches United for the Homeless.
FARGO — Jane Pettinger doesn’t want to think about what her income would be right now had she not left the full-time workforce due to parental duties.
MOORHEAD, Minn. — Minnesota State University Moorhead announced Monday afternoon, June 29, it will no longer require either SAT or ACT scores for admissions.

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