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Film Students Receive Grant

March 10, 2007 0

Bret Starnes and Randy Bratvold, two film and video students at MCTC, are the recipients of two $1,000 dollar grants awarded by the Minnesota Film and TV Board.

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MCTC Programs Receive $1500 Scholarship

March 10, 2007 0

This semester, a student from each of the Sound Arts, Screen Writing, and Media Production programs will receive a $500 scholarship as part of the US Federal Credit Union Production Excellence Award.

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Student Protestors Demand ‘Tuition Freeze’ At State Capital

February 24, 2007 0

February 14th, 2007, St. Paul – Students from MCTC assembled with an estimated 1,000 from the rest of Minnesota’s community and technical colleges and state universities for a Wednesday march on the State Capitol protesting annual tuition hikes.

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The H.E.R.B. Club

February 10, 2007 0

Three students have proposed a new club to the Student Senate that has grown out of the Western Clinical Herbalism program. The Herbal Enrichment for Restoring Balance, or H.E.R.B. Club, hopes to teach students how to grow organic gardens, ways of sustainable living, and alternative medical practices.

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Rally Day Info

February 10, 2007 0

We will be meeting in the PLAZA of the T Building at 10am! Our buses will be leaving at 10:30am! Questions? Find Me!! ( Angelica Leonard) MCTC Student Senate is sponsering the free bus transportation. We DO have handicap accessability for those who need it.

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Representatives Vote to Relieve Financial Burden on Students

February 10, 2007 0

On January 17, the Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives passed an agenda item on their list of priorities for the first one hundred hours of the new session that directly affects a lot of the students here at MCTC and college students throughout the country.

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Democrats Respond to State Of The Union

February 3, 2007 0

From the Mansfield room in the capital, junior senator Jim Webb of Virginia delivered the democratic response to the President’s State of the Union Address. The freshman Senator focused on two main concerns of the Democratic Party; the health of the economy and the country’s foreign policy.