Newspaper Activity Ginya Hughes Article 1 The Jeanne Clery Act (Crime on Campus) The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, was adopted as apart of the Higher Education Act of 1965. Now a landmark federal law that requires colleges and universities to disclose certain timely and annual information.
The Target Center exceeded her dimensions on Saturday, February 2, as over 20,000 Minnesotans convened to endorse Democratic Presidential Candidate, Senator Barack Obama. “We have over 600 volunteers,” accounted Precinct Captain and Minnesota alum, Aaron Spading.
One Monday afternoon I found myself in the cramped quarters of a conference room where Realizing Abilities Through Education’s (RATE) cabinet members continued pushing for more clarity, organizing resources both material and human, temporal and spatial. All this was anticipating the Technology Fair, in planning stages since Fall 2007.
Winters in Minnesota are anything but nice. With temperatures dipping into the sub zero, staying warm and having fun can be a bit challenging. However, like James Taylor suggests, “Stay somewhere warm: and a pool is not a bad place to be.” Fortunately Mr.
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Call to Order: 3:03 p.m.
Roll Call & Quorum Status/Guests: Roll call for Senators and clubs. 33 Senators present. Guests acknowledged.
Approval of Agenda: Objection: Senator Anderson would like to add Consideration of the MSCSA Advocacy Day 2008 Proposal.
January 15, 2008-In the Basilica of Saint Mary, Minneapolis Community and Technical College (MCTC) presented “Celebrate the Dream”, marking the school’s 18th annual birthday tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Dr. king is the charismatic figure revered nationally an internationally for his contributions to the Civil Rights movement up until his 1968 assassination.
Want to participate in Minnesota’s precinct caucuses on February 5th but are confused by the complicated rules and procedures of a caucus? Do you want to vote but just don’t know where you’re supposed to go to vote? Are you not sure you even know what a caucus is?
Don’t worry, MCTC’s political science club, the Party, will help answer all your caucus related queries.
Sand flies up into the air, sending the front row of the audience to the backs of their seats. Two giant Lizards have emerged from behind a rock face and are poised to attack a middle-aged married couple resting on a beach. The drip-drip-dripping of a far-off water fountain is audible from the back of the theatre, creating a paradoxically calm mood to this scene of terror.
Get ’em while they’re hot.before YOU get hot! When: 9 a.m. – 12 p.m., November 7th, 2007 Where: Helland Student Center AND T-Skyway Who: Any MCTC Student is eligible. After the first 75 shots, each shot will cost $23. Guess who’s hooking you up? Sponsore
We are forming a Chapter of Active Minds on Campus! Active Minds on Campus is an organization that develops and supports student-run mental health awareness, education, and advocacy Chapters on over 70 college campuses across the country. Our Chapters goal would be to: * Increase students’ awareness of mental health issues * Provide information and resources regarding mental health and mental illness * Encourage students to seek help as soon as it is needed * Serve as liaison between students and the mental health community By planning campus-wide events that promote awareness and education, each college Chapter aims to remove the stigma that surrounds mental illness and create a comfortable environment for open discussion of mental health issues.