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  • Minn. State Colleges & Universities will stay open, if shutdown occurs

    On Wednesday, June 15 Governor Mark Dayton's office notified Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (MnSCU) that funding will continue during the summer even if a government shutdown should occur the beginning of July. ...
  • House ready to slash funding for key oil-market regulator

    The Republican-led House of Representatives is poised to pass, as early as Wednesday, a sweeping spending bill that would slash funding for the regulatory agency responsible for policing against excessive speculation and price manipulation in ...
  • Minnesotans start to see effects of state shutdown

    Minnesotans are beginning to hear directly from state officials what a government shutdown could mean to them. More than 600,000 Minnesotans are opening letters from the Department of Human Services this week warning that their health care and ot...
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  • Stacy B.

    An icon for persevering to reach your goals, Stacy B. talks about her experiences as an artist trying to get her music out there and how she got to be the person she is today. Music videos, songs licensed to a cable television show, and hoards of...
  • Lions' Roarin' to go online

    Normandale's newspaper switches its focus to the cloud where readers seem to be flying too. ...
  • Parking issue solved???

    Normandale will be erecting a parking ramp where the greenhouse now stands. Will this end the parking nightmare?   ...
  • Experts looking beyond coursework to identify 'college-ready' skills

    As federal pressure intensifies to ensure students graduate ready for college and careers, researchers are beginning to go beyond identifying the subject-matter classes students need to succeed after high school and home in on the cognitive...
  • Normandale Chapter collects Phi Theta Kappa Hallmark awards

    The Normandale Phi Theta Kappa chapter received an award for being a “Distinguished Chapter Officer Team” as part of the Hallmark Awards in April in Seattle. They were one of 25 chapter office teams nationally to receive the honors. Norman...
  • Lakers are swept, but Jackson's legacy is unshakable

    Lakers head coach Phil Jackson walks with friends and family after a press conference during Game 4 of the NBA Western Conference Playoffs at the American Airlines Center on May 8 in Dallas. (MCT Campus photo) The most successful head ...
  • 2011 Student Showcase

    Lillian Lee (pictured left) is one of four students to create this project on the "effects of smoking on vital capacity." She expains that the project was aimed to present statistics that show smoking reduces vital capacity of the human lungs. "...
  • Students celebrate Spring Fling!

    Spring Fling! from Lions Roar on Vimeo....
  • NCC to build $12M parking ramp

                                  Proposed location of new parking ramp. NCC has begun construction on a new four-level parking ramp located on the west side of campus. ...
  • Freeman, Wellman to lead Lions' Roar next year

    Two new people will lead the Lions’ Roar next semester. Rebecca Freeman has accepted the position of editor-in-chief and Tim Wellman Jr. will be the new web editor. Freeman is finishing up her first year at NCC and is working on a General Educa...
  • Follow us on Twitter @NCClionsroar

    http://twitter.com/#!/NCClionsroar -- Lions' Roar Staff...
  • Death of a Terrorist: End of a 10-Year Search

    Citizens gather around the White House in celebration at the news of Osama bin Laden's death. Osama bin Laden is dead. President Barack Obama made the dramatic late-night announcement Sunday from the East Room of the White House, ending the...
  • Lions' Roar named Online Pacemaker finalist

    For the second straight year, NCC’s newspaper, the Lions’ Roar, was selected as a finalist for the Associated Collegiate Press Online Pacemaker Award. The Center for Investigative Reporting judged online college newspapers from across the cou...
  • NFL mock draft for 2011

    The first round of the 2011 NFL draft takes place in New York City next Thursday with plenty of uncertainty and intrigue — and indifference from some disenchanted fans — as the football freeze unthaws for draft weekend. ...
  • Chancellor: Students are state's most precious resource

    In a farewell address to student leaders, retiring Chancellor James McCormick emphasized the importance of Minnesota's investment in education. ...
  • Kopp Student Center schedule in overtime

    After months of construction, renovations are still underway on Kopp Student Center. ...
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