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  • 'Almost, Maine'

    Actors Bryce and Kelsey prepare for the upcoming show that can be seen from Feb. 24-26 and March 3-5 in the Black Box Studio Theatre. Tickets can be purchased at the box office outside the auditorium. ...
  • Students march to remember

    Students march to commemorate Black History Month and civil rights. ...
  • Lady Antebellum shocks the Grammys

    Lady Antebellum was the biggest winner with five trophies at the 53rd Annual Grammy Awards show on February 13, 2011. ...
  • President outlines possible budget cuts

    On Feb. 7, NCC President Joe Opatz sent a letter to all Normandale staff informing them of his plans for the upcoming school budget. President Opatz shares some of his suggested areas for possible cuts and/or changes. He is also asking for help from all p...
  • 10 Best Movies of 2010

    I have been working at a movie theatre for over a year now, so needless to say, I saw way too many movies last year. Some were good and some were bad, but since I am an optimist, I decided to focus on the positive rather than the negative. So...
  • Lions' Roar wins three journalism awards

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  • Rosenstone named new MnSCU chancellor

    Steven Rosenstone, vice president for scholarly and cultural affairs, and professor of political science at the University of Minnesota, has been selected the next chancellor of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities. ...
  • Two finalists named in MnSCU chancellor search

    The Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Board of Trustee have named the two finalists for chancellor. ...
  • Academic Support Center hires six new employees

    NCC has hired six employees to assist in the Academic Support Center including two who are returning. They are: Amy Maiello, who returns for a second semester to use the Supplemental Instruction model in logic courses. Thiru (Mark) Jeersannidhi...
  • Reception for Tom Harsevoort, Fine Arts Gallery, 4-6 p.m., Thursday

    A reception for artist, Tom Harsevoort's show, "From the Other Side," will be held on Thursday, January 20 at 4-6 p.m. in the Fine Arts Gallery. -- Lions' Roar Staff...
  • What's it like to be a nursing student?

    In an interview with the Lions' Roar, NCC nursing student Dan Contreras explains: "We love it, but when we're in the middle of it we complain, and we fight with each other, and ... you sort of withdraw from the rest of the world."   ...
  • You Decide!

    On Feb 9, students and faculty were able to cast their votes on what designs would land on the furniture in the Kopp Student Center. ...
  • Toys For Tots

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  • 500 Parking spaces short

    Last year, NCC created a parking committee to deal with the concerns of operating and financing any proposed project to alleviate the situation. As part of their assignment, they did a comprehensive study on the school’s parking needs. ...
  • Africans at NCC

    A growing number of African-born students are making thier way to NCC for college. In interviews with the Lions’ Roar, four of those students said they’re here because of three basic reasons. “They come here because they have family ties,” said...
  • Lions' Roar newspaper wins online award

    Normandale Community College’s student newspaper website was recognized as one of the best in the nation at the Associated Collegiate Press convention in Louisville, Ky., this weekend. ...
  • Two metro colleges now ruled by one president

    Anoka Technical College and Anoka-Ramsey Community College will be realigning under one president. ...
  • New CIO wants to be uncomfortable

    The new chief information officer says she came to NCC to get a fresh start. ...
  • MnSCU to conduct education survey

    A study is being done to determine the level of education needed in Southwest Minnesota.     ...
  • NCC Choir will perform Mozart’s ‘Requiem’ Nov. 7

    This year the Normandale Choir will be continuing its tradition of 10 years by doing a piece with the Nativity of Mary church. They will be performing an adaptation of Mozart’s “Requiem” re-completed by Robert Levin. The NCC choir will be comb...
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