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Circle of Nations Indigenous Association to Host 31st Annual Powwow

Dancers from across the United States and Canada gather for this social gathering. More »

Theatre Arts Discipline Presents Many Moons

This children's play will be performed March 27-28. More »

Finzel Appointed Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and Dean

A member of the Morris faculty since 1989, Finzel has served as interim dean since 2011. More »

French Poetry Contest Honors Exceptional Students and Francophone Studies

The 29th Annual Edith R. Farrell French Poetry Contest will take place on March 31. More »

Summer Term Provides Learning Options and Diverse Courses

Degree- and nondegree-seeking can enroll in a variety of flexible courses. More »

Buchanan Receives All-University Horace T. Morse Award

This year Buchanan is one of eight recipients systemwide and one of two from the Morris campus. More »

Pappenfus Receives All-University Horace T. Morse Award

This year Pappenfus is one of eight recipients systemwide and one of two from the Morris campus. More »

Senior Exhibitions on Display in the Morrison Gallery

The exhibits promise artwork covering a broad range of subject matter in a wide variety of media. More »

Morris Named to President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll

This is the highest federal recognition an institution of higher education can receive for its community service work. More »

Larson Receives John Tate Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Advising

The Tate Awards celebrate the role that academic advising and career services play in the University's educational mission. More »

Hoidal Awarded Sullivan Scholarship to Study in Denmark

She is one of two recipients of the Katherine E. Sullivan Scholarship from the University of Minnesota. More »

Sutton '15 Qualifies for NCAA Championships

She is the first Cougar to compete in the NCAA Indoor Championships since the team moved to Division III. More »

National Players Present The Tempest

The company will perform its rendition of Shakespeare's final tale. More »

Student Work to Be Displayed in the Morrison Gallery

This year's student show features a comprehensive assortment of media, with an emphasis on ceramic works. More »

2015 Rural Arts and Culture Summit Opens Registration and Announces Keynote Speaker

Summit to feature Theresa Secord, founder of the Maine Indian Basketweaver's Association and winner of Creativity in Rural Life award. More »

Cougars Claim NCAA Tournament Bid

Minnesota Morris is headed back to the NCAA Tournament after a 63-54 win over Northwestern. More »

Piper Kerman is Coming to Morris

The University of Minnesota, Morris will host the best-selling author in a convocation. More »

Greta Alms '04 Named UMMAA Board President

Alms is the 35th University of Minnesota, Morris Alumni Association Board President. More »

Jim Cotter Receives 2015 UMM Alumni Association Teaching Award

The award honors outstanding contributions to undergraduate education. More »

Cougars Clinch Share of UMAC Title

For the sixth straight season, the women's basketball team can call itself a UMAC Champion. More »

Morris Shines at Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival

Five students and faculty members were recognized for their work in theatre arts. More »

Morris Students Traveled to Support the U Day

Students discussed affordable higher education with Minnesota legislators. More »

Joyce Sutphen to Serve as 2015 Commencement Speaker

Sutphen is Minnesota's second Poet Laureate and a professor of English at Gustavus Adolphus College. More »

Morris a Minnesota Green Ribbon Schools Nominee

Morris is the state's first and only higher-education nominee for the national award. More »