The cold walk from the parking lot of the now closed Rainbow intensifies the ache of my empty stomach. This is the only adequate parking my companion and I ever find near the Denny’s on East Lake Street.
A committee of students, faculty and administration have been researching the possibility of creating a daycare to be used by MCTC students.
Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (MnSCU), Minnesota State College Faculty (MSCF) and Inter Faculty Organization (IFO) reached an agreement over Charting the Future (CTF), the system’s extensive plan to reform itself, on March 2.
Like many of the students served by the Resource Center, Director of Resource and Referral Said Mohamed has faced barriers. “I am an immigrant myself,” he said.
One of the world’s leading oil-producing countries, Saudi Arabia, does not allow their women or women to drive at all. In fact, they did not allow women to vote until 2011. This may come as a shock to many of you, but the very conservative Sunni country does not allow women to drive, go outside without a male guardian, or try clothes they want to buy in stores.
Besides the Wells Family Center, the Science Building and Management Education Center are the only buildings on campus that aren’t connected by a skyway. This means that some students are able to attend all their classes without having to go outside to get from one to another. But some students are forced to make that blistery walk to the Science Building in the harsh winter, even if they only need to cross Spruce Place to get there. This new skyway could be the last connection that makes MCTC whole.