The Northerner Online is proud to bring you another video feature, this time presenting a look back on Ninedays 2010 and the impact it had on the city of Minneapolis; specifically, the "Reach the U" team.
From March 12 through Oct. 24, 2010, visitors can be catapulted 2,000 years back to the original discovery of the famous Dead Sea Scrolls. The Science Museum of Minnesota is showcasing the Dead Sea Scrolls: Words that Changed the World exhibit at 120 W. Kellogg Blvd. in St. Paul, Minnesota.
During the last two weekends of February, the Fine Arts department put on its spring 2010 production, “Wit.” Written by Margaret Edson, Wit is a play centered around a woman named Vivian Bearing who is dying from ovarian cancer.
According to www.projectstudentdebt.org, the average debt of a graduating senior is $33,050. One organization is dedicated to helping North Central students not only graduate with less debt than the average, but also helping students spend and save wisely while in school— two actions that can make or break the rest of a person’s financial life.
The Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) team of North Central won the Minneapolis Regional Championship on March 22. . . The Regional Championship and National Exposition gives the competitors an opportunity to compare their presentation and networking skills with those of other area colleges. Daniel Bare explained what the competition includes.
An interesting job is difficult to grasp unless it first grabs you. For sophomore elementary education major Rachel Marino, this is exactly what happened. For six years, Marino has re-enacted different time periods at Historic Fort Snelling in St. Paul, Minnesota. I found out her expertise includes a diverse knowledge of history—it’s not restricted to one era.