In following up with Bob’s News Cut on Campus series and the discussion about the increasing use of credit cards on college campuses, MPR’s Molly Bloom sent in this series of responses: It’s no doubt that the job market is tough out there. So we asked students how the changing employment landscape is leading them Read more →
Archives for February 2009
Twin Cities readers and writers might see these words as an omen: “Denver can’t support two newspapers any longer.”
Bob isn’t writing today, but he’s got something for you to read anyway.
Mysterious — so far — audio problems confound some TV viewers in the Twin Cities.
The Legislature is considering a bill that gives you an extra 10 mph to pass another vehicle. Good idea or bad?
The increase in credit card rates is having a bad effect on college students.
This is going to be the second-cousin-twice-removed of all snowstorms.
Bill Holm, whose death we learned about today, was a frequent voice on Minnesota Public Radio and has left plenty behind to listen to.
St. Paul’s school superintendent Meria Cartarphen’s decison to take a job in Austin leaves some St. Paulites angry.
An Arkansas man is $300,000 in debt because he tried to stop a man from beating a woman.
Michael Ramsdell Jr. of Brainerd figures he’s in the safest place to be during an economic meltdown — school.
James Munsch has figured out how to pay for college. He ‘sells his body for science.’
Whose job will Mark Matsuura get when he graduates ? Probably a journalist who doesn’t want to do online journalism.
Nathan Matson of Twin Valley, Minnesota has felt the sting of the economy and escaped it, for now.
Is social networking making you sick?