Ho- Ho- Ho-ly Crap it’s Krampus

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Tom Folske| Staff Writer
Christmas is arguably the most magical holiday of the year. People come together to be with relatives, they spread the holiday joy, and the love of family and life can actually be felt in the air. More importantly there is real magic. During Christmas we let our […]

Creed review – Total Knockout

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Andrew Zimmerman | Staff Writer
It’s that time again; Rocky Balboa is back for another movie. Many people have said things such as “Will the Rocky series every go away at this point?” It’s like Sylvester Stallone has taken on a whole new level of method acting because, just like his […]

Cosplay Café

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Sophia Yunk | Staff Writer
On Wednesday November 4th, Anime Club held their Cosplay Café for Century College.
While dressing up like favorite Anime characters and maids, the club also gave quite the feast for a $2 cover charge. Chicken wild rice, vegan curry, gyoza, and cupcakes nicknamed “pokepuffs” were some of […]

Rosie Guest speaker- Peters: Finding Strength, Delivering Inspiration

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Kao Lai Lee | Contributing Writer
On October 22nd, 2015, Rosetta Peters came to our Gender in Global Perspective Class. Peters is pursuing an Associate of Arts degree and an Associate of Science degree in horticulture /Landscape Design. She is also pursuing the Creative Writing Certificate and a Gender Studies Certificate.

Pakou Yang- Former Century Student Shares Her Life Story

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Ker Moua | Staff Writer
Pakou Yang believed college was achievable so she took every opportunity possible at college. She went to Century College. Then at the age of 24, she started teaching at Century. Beginning in the communications department, Yang moved to administration after five years. She was promoted to […]

Century Awards Community Advocates

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An Garagiola | Editor in Chief
“So tell me about horses,” said Dorinda Wider to Cece Terlouw, by way of an introduction.
“They read body language and respond better than people. They pick up on things we miss,” Terlouw replied without hesitation.
The two were among a small discussion group at the Dellwood […]

Jaimie Fischer-Century Graduate Holds 10 World Titles

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Ellie Davenport | Staff Writer
The Log Rolling November Nationals Competition founded by Century College graduate, Jamie Fischer, took place Saturday, Nov. 14 at the Hudson, WI, YMCA pool. Fischer, a modest man of world-renowned success, holds 10 Lumberjack World Titles. This gifted athlete developed a successful business by fusing family […]

Search Begins for Century’s Next President

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An Garagiola | Editor in Chief

Steven Rosenstone, MnSCU Chancellor visited Century College on Nov. 4 to discuss the qualities faculty and students would like to see in the college’s next president. A last minute change moved the event from the West Campus Theater to the Student Club Center. Approximately 25 […]

The EIC Wins Big at ACP

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Jacob Bernier | Staff Writer
Texas.
A place the average person would think would be nice and sunny. Nope. Not on Oct. 30. On that day tornadoes and torrential rains led to floods. These catastrophic events couldn’t stop students from across the nation from attending the Associated Collegiate Press (ACP) National College […]

Two Spirits- Two Spirits Film Generates Compelling Discussion

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Karolyn Britton | Staff Writer
On Tuesday, Nov. 3 the film Two Spirits was shown inside a modest classroom filled with Century College students and staff. The film was shown during an event co-organized by the Gender Studies Program and the LGBTQ Center.