Century College Student Showcase Starts Tonight!

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Dena Urbano | Staff Writer
Century students! Don’t miss this opportunity to see the talent that shines within the school walls! The Century College Student Showcase is an annual event, directed and performed solely by Century students.  There is a variety of performances, which include music, dance, one-act plays, and monologues.  […]

A New Year Brings a New Renovation

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Tina Nichols | Staff Writer
On the frigid evening of Jan. 23rd, 2014 Century College’s dental department hosted an open house to celebrate the new renovations on the east campus. The dental students were excited to show off the state of the art equipment by giving tours to guests. Staffs from […]

Century Student Arrested for Organizing Militia

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Sophia Yunk │ Staff Writer
There are many who have heard the arrest story of 25-year-old, Keith Novak. He is now being held in custody with charges of violating Federal Law Title 18: knowingly possessing identification of another person with the intent to commit a violation of Federal Law.
The information in […]

Female Drivers Unscathed From Crash Due to Alcohol

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Drew Petersen | Staff Writer
In the early hours of an October morning last year, a highly intoxicated female driver drove her Hyundai Sonata the wrong way down highway 694 into oncoming traffic, only stopping after a head on collision with another driver.
Fortunately, both drivers were wearing their seat belts and […]

Keep Your Friends Close and Your Animes Closer

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Lanie Carter | Staff Writer
Walking the halls of Century’s west campus, students might have noticed several posters and flyers that cover the walls for the new and improved Anime club. According to Lani Vang, the public relations executive of the Anime Club, “Each year we try to come back, it […]

Former Staff Writer Wins Major Award for The Century Times

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Matthew Hoemke | Staff Writer
Congratulations to former TCT staff writer Ellen Ahlness who won the award of Best Columnist at the Best Newspaper Contest held by the Minnesota Newspaper Association. With over 180 submitted articles from College newspapers across the state, Ahlness took home the prize for her work on […]

Injured, Ill, or Feeling Blue? Find out what’s available to you.

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Casey Flannigan| Staff Writer
As students navigate through their coursework, taking on additional stresses can be overwhelming. Few hardships rival that of falling ill and having no place to turn. For those who are uninsured or even under-insured, the daunting task of navigating insurance policies and medical billing procedures can persuade […]