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NCU students vote in 2018 midterms

The November Election brought a large ballot for voters By Weston Cregut November holds one of the most important times of the year. While Veteran’s Day and Thanksgiving are exciting to think about, election day might also have students gid­dy with excitement and ready to notch another milestone in adulthood. Minnesotans ap­proached the polls with a...

Vang and Caldwell clinch marginal victory
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Vang and Caldwell clinch marginal victory

(Above) Matt Vang and Emelie Caldwell address the student body during the student body presidential debate during chapel Feb. 20. Matt Vang and Emelie Caldwell received the popular vote and were elected North Central’s next student body president and vice president, respectively, Tuesday, Feb. 20, after competing with Tory Cortese and Sydney Burroughs. According to...

Tax referendum to determine school district funding
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Tax referendum to determine school district funding

Ballot includes referendum and two school board positions As a citizen of Minneapolis, as a student, and as a taxpayer, you have the right to choose where your tax dollars are being spent. While all eyes are set on the Clinton/Trump race, Minneapolis voters at the polls today will have to make other decisions on...

Letter to the editor: The time for spatting is over
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Letter to the editor: The time for spatting is over

Dear editor and North Central community, Tonight, we find out who our next president will be. This is exhilarating, stressful, exciting and terrifying. There are so many unknowns about new power, but so much potential for growth and change. As we’ve gone through the election season, I believe we have become so entranced in the...

Early vote tally in Minneapolis breaks record
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Early vote tally in Minneapolis breaks record

Minneapolis collects ballots since September While today is Election Day, residents in Minneapolis have been voting for more than a month, casting more than 50,000 ballots and smashing the previous record of 17,000 set in 2008, according to Minneapolis Elections & Voter Services. Residents voted by mail-in ballot or in-person voting offices. The downtown Minneapolis office, where...

Democratic candidates seek re-election for state positions
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Democratic candidates seek re-election for state positions

After serving four years as a state representative for district 59B, Raymond Dehn is on the ballot again looking to secure another term of reforming public safety, criminal justice reform and transportation in Minnesota. Representative Dehn’s passion for government and criminal justice reform comes from a place of personal experience. In 1976, Dehn saw the...

North Central promotes discussion about presidential election
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North Central promotes discussion about presidential election

Panel discussions give students biblical context for upcoming election With the Nov. 8 presidential election quickly approaching, North Central recently provided opportunities for students to consider the election in light of a biblical worldview. For many college students, this election marks their first time voting for a president, and the tumultuous campaign season thus far makes...

Elder defeats Wileman; captures 55 percent of student vote
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Elder defeats Wileman; captures 55 percent of student vote

#We2016 victorious in first election in four years The campaign for North Central’s next student body president and vice president officially came to an end Feb. 8, when Tony Elder and Leslie Hernandez were announced as 10-point winners. Tony Elder and Leslie Hernandez received approximately 55 percent of the vote while on the other ticket,...

Meet your candidates
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Meet your candidates

Q: Tell us a little about yourself, how do you want the student body to know you as a person? A: I’m a journalism- public relations major so I love learning and gathering information and being part of that process of informing people. This year as an RA, I’ve really tried to personify that I...