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Morris Is a Top Choice for American Indian Students

Winds of Change magazine has again recognized Morris for supporting American Indian students. More »

Upcoming Theatre Season Demonstrates the Value of Different Perspectives

Shows include The Normal Heart, Eleemosynary, Pinocchio Commedia, and 4.48 Psychosis. More »

Roger Rose Becomes Center for Small Towns Director

As an associate professor of political science, Rose is propelled by his interest in local and state policy. More »

Morris's Green Prairie Community Wins B3 Award

The award recognizes eco-friendly initiatives in energy, water, and recycling techniques performed by state buildings in Minnesota. More »

Internationally Renowned Artist Speaks at Morris

On the eve of her visit, Marylyn Dintenfass reflects on her trip to Morris, its importance to the community, and her advice for emerging artists. More »

Latino-Politics Expert to Deliver 2015 Jooinn Lee Lecture

Gary Segura will present "Latino America: How America's Most Dynamic Population is Poised to Change the Politics of the Nation." More »

Morris Will Celebrate Homecoming 2015

Homecoming festivities include sporting events, reunions, alumni and student networking opportunities, performances, and more. More »

Fifth Prairie Gate Literary Festival to be Held this Fall

The festival offers learning opportunities for aspiring writers and literature enthusiasts. More »

MacArthur Genius Visits Morris

As the 2015 Distinguished Visiting Professor for the Liberal Arts, ethnobiologist Gary Paul Nabhan will take part in lectures, discussions, workshops, and classroom visits with students, faculty, and staff. More »

"A Poet and a Scientist Walk into a Bar" This Month at Cafe Scientifique

Athena Kildegaard, lecturer in English and poet at the University of Minnesota, Morris, will discuss intersections of poetry and science. More »

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