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KUMM: Better Than the Super Bowl Concert

Morris is rarely disrupted with the organized chaos that plagued Oyate on Super bowl Sunday.  The shoulder-to-shoulder contact resembled football, but there were no sports being played.  Four rock/metalcore bands gave us a welcoming stage to jump off of and catchy tunes to sing to.  People of all ages were seen participating in the circle pit (a moshpit that includes running/thrashing in a clock wise manner) and crowd surfing festivities.  The energy given by the bands was exponentially reciprocated with singing fans and headbanging (fiercely moving your head up and down, seemingly to snap it off).  One could not perceive if there was more sweat in the room or heavy metal tunage.  

Upcoming Events

Four on the Floor Brass Quartet
7:30pm @ HFA Recital Hall
Friday the 31st

Symphonic Winds Concert
2:15pm @ HFA Recital Hall
Sunday the 2nd

French Film Festival
7:00pm @ Edson
Monday the 3rd

Sustainability Forum
6:00pm @ Cow Palace
Tuesday the 4th

Commercial Tobacco Ban Forum
6:00pm @ Cow Palace
Wednesday the 5th

"Bent" - Theatre Production
7:30pm @ Black Box
Thursday the 6th

Morris Theatre

Playing through Thursday, April 24

Friday & Saturday 7:00 & 9:00 PM
Sunday 2:00 PM
Nightly-Sunday through Thursday 7:00 PM

G 1:41 20th Century Fox

Tickets for the Morris Theatre can be purchased at the information Desk (Higbies) in the Student Center for five dollars.


Friday Apr 4:

Tennis - Men & Women
@ University of Northwestern
1 p.m.

Bethany Lutheran College
3 p.m.

Tennis - Men & Women
@ Bethany Lutheran College
4 p.m.

Saturday Apr 5:
Bethany Lutheran College (DH)
12 p.m. & 2:30 p.m.

University of Northwestern
12 p.m.

Track & Field - Men & Women
Hamline Invite
12 p.m.

North Central University
4 p.m.

Sunday Apr 6:
Tennis - Men & Women
College of St. Scholastica
11 a.m.

Northland College
12 p.m.

College of St. Scholastica
2 p.m.

Tuesday Apr 8:
Crown College (DH)
1 p.m. & 3:30 p.m.

Martin Luther College (DH)
3 p.m. & 5 p.m.

A&E > >

UMMy's Return for the Ninth Year

The UMMys make a much appreciated comeback this year after the previous festival was canceled due to lack of submissions. This year, seven films were entered into the contest and allowed the UMMy judges to award a full range of awards, including a special award presented to a film of unique artistic merit. Unfortunately, the festival was missing the short film category (which happens from year to year). Although my memory of the film order may be faulty, the content stuck surprisingly well.

Op-Ed > >

10 Things to Remember Now that you are Under-Slept, Overworked, and Extremely Ill

Welcome. It’s officially that time of year when you become convinced that the universe knows exactly when you do not want to be sick and makes you sick anyway. That time of year where you’re up to your neck in stuff to do and up to your eyeballs in tissues because you’re sick as a dog. Once November hits I’m constantly in limbo between “I’m too sick to be busy,” and “I’m too busy to be sick.” I imagine lots of UMM students are too, considering if you have one leadership position, you probably have another one. It’s a struggle to be productive and also stay alive in the winter, which is why I’m writing this op-ed. I want to give my unprofessional advice to those struggling, ill, and overworked students in the BuzzFeed tradition: as a list. 

Sports > >

Cougars UMAC Conference Champions

For the final series of Upper Midwest Athletic Conference (UMAC) play, the Cougars hit the road for southern Minnesota to take on the Bethany Lutheran Vikings and the Martin Luther Knights. Winning one or both of the games would set the Cougars up for sole possession of the UMAC Championship and a first place seed going into playoffs.

Variety > >

UR Staff

Pengxeu Thao
Managing Editor
Amber Whittemore
News Editor
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A&E Editor
Marcus Langevin
Variety Editor
Jennifer Finger
Feature Editor
Suzanne Timm
Head Copy Editor
Julie Arhelger
Photo Editor
Ashley Dial
Graphics Editor
Alayna Johnson
Online Editor
Kristin Rachor
Chief Assistant
Laddie Arnold

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