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  • Mike Wallace, ‘60 Minutes’ pioneer, dies at 93

    As the self-described “black hat” of television’s premier newsmagazine “60 Minutes,” Mike Wallace crafted a persona of a probing reporter known for his often caustic questioning of sometimes reluctant guests on the program. Beginning...
  • Campus parking will lose 200 spaces temporarily

    The Crosspoint Church parking lot will be unavailable to Normandale staff and students on Tuesday, April 10, due to the fact that the church is using it for the District Seniors Spring Conference which will draw 200 people and run all day. Staff ...
  • Green Apples - March 22, 2012

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  • Former Richfield official faces 16 child porn charges

    A former spokesman for the city of Richfield was charged with 16 counts of possessing child pornography on his computer, according to a criminal complaint filed Wednesday, April 4, in Ramsey County District Court. ...
  • St. Paul City Council rejects wind turbine at Metro State

    The St. Paul City Council has sucked the air out of Metropolitan State University's plans to build a 120-foot wind turbine west of its library on East Seventh Street. ...
  • U of M replies to Dean of Nursing allegations

    Lions' Roar reporter Tim Wellman Jr. spoke with the University of Minnesota's Communication Director Tony Baisley about the Star Tribune's recent article "First, a reprimand, now U's nursing dean cited for reprisal." In response to the Star Tribu...
  • Gopher football adds Middle Tennessee State to 2014 schedule

    The University of Minnesota football team will host Middle Tennessee State at TCF Bank Stadium in 2014 and play at Miami (Ohio) in 2016, the Gophers announced Tuesday, April 3. Miami (Ohio) requested that its game with the Gophers be moved from ...
  • At White House summit, drug violence dominates agenda

    President Barack Obama hosted the leaders of Mexico and Canada on Monday in a White House summit aimed at boosting the region’s growing economic ties, but the scourge of drug violence in Mexico muddled the message and highlighted friction ...
  • Interview: NCC Student, recovered drug addict gives advice

    Normandale student Jen Baldwin discusses her struggle through drug addiction, how she over came it and how others can help themselves through similar situations. ...
  • Supreme Court OKs strip searches for even minor offenses

    The Supreme Court refused Monday to limit strip searches of new jail inmates, even those arrested for minor traffic offenses. Dividing 5-4 along ideological lines, the high court said jail guards needed the full authority to closely search every...
  • University of Minnesota, Ancestry.com work to make 1940 census searchable by everyone

    The University of Minnesota is working with Ancestry.com to turn the 1940 census results into a searchable database, creating a valuable tool for a wide array of researchers. ...
  • NCC Dental Clinic looking for volunteer patients

    Are there any Normandale students who need money, like $150 cash? Well, the opportunity has arisen! On April 20th, 21st and April 22nd the board exams for the dental clinic students will be taking place and students have a chance to be a board pati...
  • NCC students go wild in Dash for Dollars

    Watch Normandale students take part in the Dash for Dollars event experiencing many fun and exciting challenges and winning some cash! ...
  • Ethics hearing on Michel postponed by Minnesota Senate president

    It's unclear when, or if, a Minnesota Senate hearing will reconvene on an ethics complaint against Republican Sen. Geoff Michel of Edina. ...
  • Vikings stadium drive still stalled in Senate

    One day after a new Minnesota Vikings stadium received a boost from its presumed host city, the state Senate still lacked the votes to move the $975 million project out of its first committee. ...
  • Missile shoot-down order by Japan likely Friday amid preparations for N. Korean launch

    A Japanese government order to shoot down a North Korean missile scheduled to be launched next month could come as soon as Friday, government sources said, as Japan ramps up its preparations to deal with the threat. Issuance of the order to...
  • NCC presents the spring musical Working!

    Based on Studs Terkel’s best-selling book of interviews with American workers, Working explores the American workday from the ‘Monday morning blues’ to a working person's gratification in a job well done. Stephen Schwartz and Nina Faso adap...
  • Soldiers, students and married

    Anthony and Venus Whittington, two Normandale students, are a married couple serving in the Army during an Iraqi deployment! Anthony Whittington’s first deployment in May 2004 to March 2005, came as the second wave of Army units deployed to Ir...
  • Normandale Program Board sponsors the Dash for Dollars event held today!

    Looking for a chance to participate to win some money? Well, opportunity is knocking! On Tuesday March 27th from 3:00-3:30 in the Kopp Student Center the Normandale Program Board is sponsoring an event to participate and win a chance to jump into a...
  • Arguments begin before Supreme Court in historic health law case

    Supreme Court justices on Monday launched historic arguments over health care with hints that they won’t simply punt the big issues to another day. {loadposition rotator} ...
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