What students really think of resource centers

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C. Scot Stene | Staff Writer
Century College provides all the resources students need to achieve academic success in convenient centers located all around campus. In the last several issues, The Century Times has taken a closer look at a few of these to give students a better idea of how the […]

Living Dead Found to be Enrolled at Century

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Jonathan Pressley | Staff Writer
The Century Times has reported on numerous occasions about the immense and diverse population at Century College. Instructors range from the traditionally educated, to active authors, to an unconfirmed janitor from Harvard. Our student population is perhaps even more diverse: International students were featured in a […]

Scholarly Banquet Ignites a Passion for Learning

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Staff Writer | Renee Cortez
On October 30, Century College Foundation had their annual Scholarship Banquet. It was held from 6:30 to 8:00 pm in the Lincoln Mall on East Campus. Many congratulations to the scholarship recipients were shared at this affair where people dressed in their best attire.
Northwards of 60 […]

The Greatest Heights Provide the Steepest Falls

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C. Scot Stene | Staff Writer
Bioshock Infinite: Burial at Sea Episode One – C+
Bioshock Infinite is a great game. Though it has some flaws, it is held together by a compelling narrative and suburb world building. Though completely fantastical, the world is believable due to the extra attention developer Irrational […]

Embracing the Future With Open Arms

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Tina Nichols | Staff Writer
Century College’s Prosthetics and Orthotics Department is about to get some major improvements. The U.S. Department of Labor and The Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training (TAACCCT) granted Century $4.6 million to expand and improve the Prosthetics and Orthotics Department. According to the supplication […]

MnSCU Changes: Russian Socialism or Collaborative Effort?

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Joshua Mahan | Staff Writer
Controversy is brewing at the heart of Minnesota’s collegiate institutions. In a formal letter released by the Inter Faculty Organization (the union that represents approximately three-thousand employees in seven of the state’s higher education departments), the group accused the governing board Minnesota State Colleges and Universities […]