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    Super Bowl shuts down North Central

    In 1992, Super Bowl XXVI was held in Minneapolis. Nearly 26 years later, America’s biggest sporting event is returning to Minneapolis, but this time, it is a completely different beast.

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    North Central commemorates 500th anniversary of Protestantism

    As the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation approached, North Central hosted public events to commemorate the occasion.

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    1500 Park Avenue suspected arson case under investigation

    Further investigation into the Oct. 6 apartment fire at 1500 Park Avenue is being done by the Hennepin County Medical Examiner, Minneapolis Police and the State Fire Marshall is taking place.

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    Regina Daniels brings passion into career choice

    Regina Daniels is the newest professor in the Carlstrom American Sign Language (ASL) Interpreting program at North Central. Teaching American Sign Language is only one of the many hats she wears.

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    Cats and Coffee

    Pairing the local coffee shop with the local animal shelter, The Café Meow is bringing Minnesota’s first ever cat café experience to Uptown Minneapolis this fall.

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Super Bowl shuts down North Central

In 1992, Super Bowl XXVI was held in Minneapolis. Nearly 26 years later, America’s biggest sporting event is returning to Minneapolis, but this time, it is a completely different beast.

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Scott Hagan inaugurated as North Central University’s 7th president

The stability of leadership at North Central has been championed by the administration in recent months and was celebrated at the inauguration ceremony well attended by distinguished guests, family and friends of Hagan, faculty, staff and students.

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Domestic Violence in new PlayStation trailer sparks controversy

Last week Sony showcased a plethora of videogame trailers in celebration of their PlayStation 4 console at the Paris Games Week conference. However, while games such as Marvel’s Spider-Man gave us glimpses of web-slinging action and colorful fun, one game decided to lean into more raw, violent emotion to market their product.

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Assassin’s Creed: Origins review

After a one-year hiatus to refresh the franchise, the beloved series is back with Assassin’s Creed: Origins. The game is set in Ptolemaic Egypt and takes place in the 40s B.C. Bayek of Siwa, one of the last Egyptian medjay, and his wife Aya are the main characters.

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Team chemistry propels men’s golf to season goals

Another Rams’ golf season has come to an end, but their consistency at the conference tournament is pushing the team into next season on a positive note.

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Variety

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Regina Daniels brings passion into career choice

Regina Daniels is the newest professor in the Carlstrom American Sign Language (ASL) Interpreting program at North Central. Teaching American Sign Language is only one of the many hats she wears.

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