Monthly Archives: April 2006
U.S. Bank received an appreciation award from the Lake Street Council in Minneapolis recently. The award was given to U.S. Bank during the council’s annual meeting at the Lyndale VFW.
These were the words of guest speaker and Minister of Labor in the new Liberian government Samuel Kofi Woods as he addressed a packed ballroom at the St. Paul Student Center on Saturday.
US Senator Barack Obama wowed Minnesota yesterday when he visited to keynote the sold-out $125 per ticket Hubert H. Humphrey Day Dinner, a fundraiser for Minnesota ’s Democratic Party (DFL) and to campaign for Amy Klobuchar who is running for the US Senate to take over from fellow Democrat Mark Dayton who is not seeking reelection.
MINNEAPOLIS , April 5, 2006 – In an effort to better serve the community, Minneapolis Public Schools has revised its early kindergarten admission policy to establish standardized criteria for deciding which students are ready to enter kindergarten. Among the changes, students who turn five years of age on or by Oct. 31 may be considered for early admission into kindergarten. Applications for early entrance must be submitted by May 1.
MINNEAPOLIS / ST. PAUL ( 4/5/2006 ) -The University of Minnesota announced today that Nancy "Rusty" Barceló has been appointed the first vice president for access, equity and multicultural affairs and vice provost at the U of M.
MINNEAPOLIS / ST. PAUL (4/4/2005) -- To heighten awareness and understanding about Africa and its people, the University of Minnesota African Student Association (ASA) will host African Nite from 6 to 10 p.m. Saturday, April 15, in the North Star Ballroom of the
2017 Buford Ave., St. Paul
Since the initial release of Windows XP five years ago, Microsoft has been able to increase its security significantly by releasing updates such as Service Pack 2. However, enormous changes in security features require significant changes in system architecture hence the need for the development of Microsoft's latest Operating System:- Windows Vista.
What is the American Dream? One part is the hope of making a good life for yourself.
Another big part is this: To create a better life for your children.
Nearly a third of Founders Opportunity Program recipients will be students of color
Higher education has been the "great equalizer" for decades - the best possible path people could take to overcome class, race or ethnic inequalities.
East African Traveler
One night while on the road, I found myself in an unnamed hostel bar in some East African town striking up a conversation about freedom of the press.