Devlin E. Wubbena, a Level 3 sex offender has enrolled in a “specific trades program” at MCTC this semester. A community notification meeting provided “community awareness” to faculty members and students, addressing any questions or concerns in regards to Wubbena.
Elections for Student Senate Executive officers will be held on Sept 26. Open offices include president, vice president, and Director of Public Relations. So far, there is one candidate each for president and Director of P.R. , and one student who “intends” to run for vice president.
Students have been able to purchase reduced-fare bus passes from the campus bookstore for $79 Since Aug. 15. The Go-To-College-Pass was available until Sept. 15, good for unlimited Metro Transit bus route or Light Rail rides until Dec. 31. MCTC pays Metro Transit $150 for each bus pass but made them available to students for $79.
Critical Mass, a monthly community bike ride, exploded into a cluster of cyclists and police officers and ended in 19 arrests for riot and disorderly conduct Aug. 31 – charges some witnesses question. The Minneapolis Police Department’s Public Data reports, “a detail of officers was assigned to monitor the CRITICAL MASS,” following the “extremely large group of bicyclists.
During the middle of rush hour, a tragedy struck the Twin Cities that most people would have considered unthinkable, on the evening of Aug. 1, 2007. The 35W Bridge, which was completed in 1956, and was under heavy maintenance, collapsed into the Mississippi River, an event so extraordinary that it would be hard to imagine a more efficient recovery and rescue effort.
Students Donate a Pint of Life
The Memorial Blood Centers bus arrived at MCTC Tuesday, September 25th, collecting blood from students and faculty to give back to the community.
David Lewis, the Memorial Blood Centers’ Team Supervisor said 54 people had signed up for the drive, but “there are a lot of walk-ins.
Al Franken, a Democratic candidate for the U.S. senate, will be speaking to MCTC students Monday October 8th as part of his “college week” tour through 11 Minnesota universities. From 11:30 A.M. to 12:30 P.M. Mr. Franken will meet with 80 to 100 students in room L-3000 to discuss issues concerning college students in Minnesota.
update senate election article.
Suado elected first weds of October.
Aaron was elected last week. Perhaps try to list the other executive positions still open as well sa their responsibilities.
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 hookin you up? Sponsored
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.
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