Minot State University campus successes – June

June 30, 2016

MiSU’s Summer Theatre enjoys another great season

“Godspell,” the first of four plays, kicked off MiSU’s Summer Theatre 51st season. Other productions are “Schoolhouse Rock Live!” June 17-21, “Noises Off,” June 28-July 2 and “Oklahoma,” July 13-17. Comprised of community members and MiSU students, faculty and staff, the company annually performs for over 10,000 attendees.


Dakota Chamber Music celebrating 20th anniversary

The Dakota Chamber Music, an institute and competition, celebrates its 20th anniversary and the legacy of co-founder Lynne Rumney June 20-26. The institute brings professional artists together with talented, motivated students for intensive performance and study. Luminus, MiSU’s resident trio of Erik and Dianna Anderson and Jon Rumney, forms the core DCM faculty. DCM draws 40-50 musicians from the region


Minot State re-accredited with high-health commitment standard

MiSU was re-accredited with the CEO Cancer Gold Standard™ certification. This recognition shows the university’s continued commitment to the health of Minot State employees and family members, by certifying MiSU’s efforts to meet an exceptionally high standard of cancer prevention, screening and care guidelines.