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BREAKING OUR SILENCE

August 25, 2008

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United States Student Association 61st Congress August 2nd thru 6th 2008 University of Madison, Wisconsin Administrative Resolution Sponsored by: Char Coal and the National Coalition of Students with Disabilities Passe...

UNITY in the city of wind

August 25, 2008

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I attended the Unity Conference as a part of a student life club, City College News. Held in Chicago August 23-27, 6,000 journalists and newsmedia professionals from across the country showed up, the single largest gathering of...

CCN Constitutuion

August 25, 2008

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CITY COLLEGE NEWS POLICY MANUAL FOREWORD The following policy is the product of the best thinking of the students on the City College News staff at Minneapolis Community and Technical College. It has been revised many times....

To Clinton supporters who plan to vote for John McCain

August 25, 2008

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I'm not going to ask you why you would vote for John McCain when he's so much further away from Hillary Clinton's ideals than Barack Obama is. I'm not going to get on my soapbox and say that I would be supporting Hillary had sh...

MCTC Students Rejoice

September 21, 2007

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All students attending college at MCTC will pay the same tuition rate, effective fall semester 2007, no matter which state they call home. During Minnesota's latest 2007 legislative session, a bill was passed effectively ending MC...

Point/Counterpoint

September 21, 2007

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Senah Sampong Two letters were sent to students their first week back at school: One from the Minneapolis Police Department (MPD), the other from MCTC Public Safety Director Kurt Schmidt. Profiled was Devlin Eugene Wubbena, MCTC stud...

Fahrenheit Fare: The Boiling Point of Breakfast

May 5, 2007

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"There's no place like Al's Breakfast," I grumbled to myself as if in a dream, after having heard from a friend that there was a new place in town that served up scrambled eggs made on an espresso machine. The idea of an "eggspresso" pl...

The Little Comic That Couldn’t

May 5, 2007

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On March 30th a comic containing a reference to the Islamic Prophet Muhammad was censored by City College News. Motivated by the negative reaction from a number of students who found the cartoon sacrilegious, two editors threatened to...

An Open Letter from Muslim Students at MCTC

April 3, 2007

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The past few weeks have been a learning experience that is valuable to all of us. For one, we have seen how our fellow schoolmates and peers love one another and have respect for one another. Secondly, we as Muslims have created a ...

Satirist Voices His Opinion

April 3, 2007

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The Prophet Muhammad is Fair Game Is it bad that I still think this whole thing is funny? I mean, that's the only reason you draw a comic strip; because you think it's funny. If you were to ask me right now why I wanted to...

How Censorship Happens

April 3, 2007

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Recently, this publication has been involved in a situation that has become, for myself, a very eye opening experience. It all started when Grant Goebel, the cartoonist for City College News, submitted a comic strip that ins...

Why Certain Subjects Are Sacred

April 3, 2007

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Reasons Why Not to Talk About the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) Hostile Learning EnvironmentA work or learning environment is "hostile" when unwelcome verbal, non-verbal, or physical behavior of a prohibited nature is severe and pervasive enough to un...

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