Last season, Coplin averaged a MIAC-leading 28 points per game, while also topping the league in rebounding, steals, field goals, free throw percentage and minutes per game. The National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) named him the best D3 player in the country.
ALSO: “From Behind the Sun” at Minneapolis Community and Technical College; “For the Love of Will” at the O’Shaughnessy; and more.
ALSO: “Stewardess” at the History Theatre; celebrations and tributes to Willie Murphy; and more.
ALSO: “Little Women” to open at the Jungle; 113 Composers Collective Season Kickoff at Modist Brewing; the Eat Street Food, Music & Arts Festival; and more.
The dream of an inter-connected world never seemed more possible than when I saw an Augsburg University student play guitar for a roomful of expectant mothers in Nicaragua.
Before his immigration status became public, Mzenga Wanyama feared speaking openly about his immigration status for fear of what others would think or say of him.
ALSO: Twin Cities Gay Men’s Chorus at Ted Mann; Camille A. Brown & Dancers’ “Ink” at the O’Shaughnessy; and more.
ALSO: Rayuela Music Festival: Immigrants’ Journeys at Augsburg University; “Where Does Art Come From?” discussion at Mia; and more.