Stereotypes: A Necessary Evil?

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Steven Schmidt | Contributing Writer
Justin Lowther | Photographer
For more than thirty years, I have found myself changing my learned stereotypes; grappling with the various prejudices that I have carried in my head over the years. Personally, I was not hung up on race or nationality, but on gender and sexuality. […]

Invisible Dreamers: An Undocumented Student’s Story

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Michael Silva | Contributing Writer
Illegal. Wetback. Alien. Being called names is the bread I eat on a daily basis. A constant reminder from people that I do not belong here. I hide my overwhelming urge to scream, “I am undocumented, don’t call me ILLEGAL, I am just a human too.”

Visiting Poet, Reginald Dwayne Betts, at Century College

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Stephen Bruce | Staff Writer
Century students, we are excited to announce that Mr. Reginald Dwayne Betts will be speaking live on campus April 5.
Mr. Betts is an accomplished African American poet and teacher. As a teen, Mr. Betts got into some trouble with a friend, which landed him in prison […]

Meet Century’s New Student Senate Executives

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Elizabeth Johnson | Staff Writer
Student Senate elections for 2016-2017 executives were held on March 9, 2016. Newly-elected members include:

Nalima Mwassa, President
Tavion Tran, Vice President
Esther Lahoud, Director of Legislation
Paloma Cardoza, Director of Events
Lucino Sosa, Director of IT
Ryan Herr, Treasurer
Katherine Price, Director of Public Relations

Staying Fit in the Spring: Tips and Tricks

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Jennifer Howard | Staff Writer
All Images courtesy of Graham Wessberg
Temperatures above 40 degrees are finally gracing Minnesota with their presence. It’s springtime. Grass is a crisp shade of green, flowers are blooming, and fresh air is engulfing campus. Spring is a great time to get back in shape from […]

Students Hope to End Islamophobia Through Advocacy

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An Garagiola | Editor in Chief
All photo credits go to Jacob Bernier
Anti-Muslim sentiment is on the rise, and Muslims across the world are increasingly subject to religious intolerance. In an effort to combat stereotypes, the Muslim Student Association hosted an event to advocate for themselves, in hopes of spreading awareness […]

Century Finds Community In The Hunting Ground

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David Kjeldahl | Staff Writer
All Images by Ha Dong
On March 3rd, the Social Change Club sponsored a showing of The Hunting Ground (2015), a documentary about sexual assault on college campuses. The film presents stories of multiple students who report they were sexually assaulted, and implications that their colleges failed […]

Wood Duck Awards 2015 – 2016

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Ha Dong | Staff Writer
All Images by Ha Dong
On April 18, the Student Life hosted the Wood Duck Award to honor advisors, students, clubs, and programs that contribute to the vibrant community of Century College.  Besides some annual awards such as Outstanding Student Organization, Student Leader of the Year, or Wood Duck Spirit Award, for the […]