Wading through religious stances in politics can make voting difficult for many Christians. Faith is a popular topic in this year’s presidential race. Newspapers, broadcast networks and online publications have scrutinized the religious backgrounds of the current candidates for Americans.
Last weekend, Recreation and Wellness took 13 students on a canoeing trip. The group canoed down the St. Croix River. The river itself is a National Scenic Riverway that is roughly 164 miles long. The entire trip consists of lush landscapes and beautiful scenery, all of which is protected by the National Park Service.
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“My first thought was that maybe someone internally had borrowed the TV. When I realized the Mac mini was gone, it was clear something was wrong,” said Wold.
According to Wold, the intruders climbed the fire escape and entered the building through the window on the east balcony. In addition to the TV and Mac mini, the LCD projector in classroom 310 was stolen.
Michael Cappelli, executive director of campus safety and security, said security reported the burglary to the Minneapolis Police Department who caught the intruders with the help of surveillance video footage.
Student-led chapel is coming back to North Central University after undergoing a name change from “Entry” to “Render.” The new name is derived primarily from Matthew 22:21, when the Pharisees try trapping Jesus in disloyalty to Caesar. Jesus’ answer stuns them. He proves loyalty both to Caesar and to God.
What’s something you’d share with other students?
Don’t let a trait about you, or even what people know you for, define you. Don’t be worried about people accepting you. Have a life outside of North Central; people leave or graduate, things change around you and you want to have something outside of just this. Serve, involve yourself, and make all types of friends. No other experience is like this.
This summer, North Central University was admitted into the Upper Midwest Athletic Conference (UMAC) as an associate member. The Rams will still play National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) opponents as well as other National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division III teams.