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MINNESOTA STATE UNIVERSITY MOORHEAD

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The player is no longer on the team and has been banned from campus, a school official said.
Honorees from Minnesota State University Moorhead, Minnesota State Community and Technical College, College of St. Scholastica
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.
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.
Honorees from University of Minnesota Crookston, Hamline University, University of Jamestown, University of Sioux Falls, Ridgewater College, North Dakota State University, College of St. Scholastica, Northern State University, University of Wisconsin-Superior, St. Cloud University, Minnesota State University Moorhead and Alexandria Technical and Community College.

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Honorees from University of North Dakota, University of Minnesota Crookston and Minnesota State University Mankato.
Honorees from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, Minnesota State University Moorhead, North Dakota State University and the College of St. Scholastica.
Minnesota State University Moorhead awarded a $4,000 University Scholarship to an Ottertail resident. The scholarship is over four years with student recipients meeting the eligibility of an ACT score of 21 or higher and a 3.5 GPA, according to a MSUM news release. The local recipient is:

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