Whose job will Mark Matsuura get when he graduates ? Probably a journalist who doesn’t want to do online journalism.
A surprising number of students on the News Cut on Campus Tour are interested in getting an education and then going out and doing good, and if there’s money to be made in the process, so much the better.
There’s a demand for dental hygienists, but there aren’t enough openings in colleges to train them
State budget cuts may hit some people on two fronts.
You have to wonder if we’d be in this economic mess if Jan Russell still had one of her old jobs.
Sammy Sarzoza of St. Paul says it may be a generation before the country recovers from the economic turmoil. He says he’ll do his part.
Shamsa Idle is from Somalia and Lily Saenz is from El Salvador. They have a lot in common.
Pearl Madryga is willing to give up a better-paying job in order to be an urban teacher. Passion is funny like that.
Our two-month initiative aims to talk to students at several MnSCU schools, getting a feel for how they fit into the economy and an idea of their personal journey.
Would you move halfway across the world just to see what living in a small town is like?
A Minnesota woman has big plans for an environmental career, and a big bill to go with it.
Bob Collins’ conversations with students is set in Ely today.
Can the Appalachian Trail be a metaphor for life?
A bad economy takes away, and a bad economy gives back.
Nathan Green knows he’s going to have to work hard to achieve what his parents have. He’s hoping for a foot in the door to start.