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Writing Revue to Feature Diverse Writers
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Writing Revue to Feature Diverse Writers

Come support peers and faculty as they share original writing this Thursday. North Central is once again hosting the third annual Twin Cities Intercollegiate Revue in the T.J. Jones Library on Nov. 14 at 6:30 p.m. The event will be put on by the English department in partnership with Sigma Tau Delta. Each year, another...

Highlights from “The Week” (Online Exclusive)
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Highlights from “The Week” (Online Exclusive)

College is a time of growth, learning and figuring out what we want to do with the rest of our lives. One of the most important experiences in college is making memories. There were plenty of memories made this week during “The Week.” Monday “The Week” was kicked off with a word brought by all...

Mayoral Candidates Share Platforms for Upcoming Election
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Mayoral Candidates Share Platforms for Upcoming Election

A look at the dynamics of the mayoral race with a focus on three leading contenders The race for Minneapolis mayor is wide and diverse with 35 candidates running in the election on Nov. 5, 2013. No single candidate has led in the race since Mayor R.T. Rybak announced he would not seek a fourth...

Elliot Park Athletic field Nears finalization
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Elliot Park Athletic field Nears finalization

Final steps are being taken to bring a turf field to Elliot Park The city of Minneapolis was originally planning to improve Elliot Park by placing a smaller 8-on-8 size turf field in the current dustbowl. North Central saw this proposed project as an opportunity to step in and contribute to a larger upgrade: a...

Christianity and Halloween
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Christianity and Halloween

Why believers can accept this demonic holiday Will you worship God Sunday morning and the devil Thursday night? Perhaps you will, but not just because you dressed up for Halloween. The celebration of Halloween is highly debated among religious people, including Christians; is not Halloween sacrilegious? Halloween is believed to have been initiated in Europe...

Rebranding the Awkward Couple
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Rebranding the Awkward Couple

A married student’s response to the mockery North Central couples face We are a university of traditions. We have pride in our culture and the rituals we pass down. But what if the tradition is unhealthy? What if it is a stereotype that filters how we interact with each other? What if it is pressed...

Performers’ Favorites from Improv Night 2013
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Performers’ Favorites from Improv Night 2013

On Oct. 8, the Student Activities Committee at North Central hosted an Improv Night in the Sanctuary. Students filled much of the lower level and the balcony to watch four members of the team perform improvisational skits and games. The performers were: Sophomore theatre major Adam Wells Junior music business major Matt Allen Junior theatre...

Letter from the Opinion Editor
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Letter from the Opinion Editor

As the Opinion Editor for this year of The Northerner, I would like to extend my greetings to all students and staff. I am so excited for this year as I strive to challenge the student body to critically think about what it is we believe. As the editor I want to echo Philippians 1:9-11:...

In a League of Their Own
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In a League of Their Own

> > Corrections Box: The printed version of this article lists the image below as 5 East Carlson. However, this is incorrect; the picture below depicts 5 West Carlson. < < North Central Intramurals takes a step up towards the next level of collegiate rec sports Over the past summer, North Central Intramurals, which operates in...

Scream for Izzy’s
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Scream for Izzy’s

A favorite local St. Paul ice cream parlor opens a shop right in the heart of Minneapolis I scream, you scream, we all scream for what? You got it, ice cream. All ice cream fans listen up, because do I have some exciting news for you. A new ice cream shop named Izzy’s Ice Cream...