The Difference in Grammar Rules

Published on :

Susmita Kunwor | Contributing Writer
According to a quote found at brainyquote.com, Jeffrey Gitomer says, “Your grammar is a reflection of your image. Good or bad, you have made an impression. And like all impressions, you are in total control.” When you know most of the grammar rules, you are in […]

I Human

Published on :

L’Tya Jones | Contributing Writer
“What are you?” It is a simple, yet extremely heavy, annoying, and burdensome question. When I was about seven years old, I still had the wonderful childlike ignorance of not seeing color. My classmates stood around me wide eyed, prodding me for information about my background.
I […]

Diversity in Minnesota: An Opportunity for Understanding

Published on :

Marie Lattner | Contributing Writer
I remember the evening being terribly cold and windy – a typical Minnesotan winter – when I had the chance to visit the University of Northwestern in St. Paul to hear their first cohort of nursing students share their cross-cultural experiences. Seated on a comfortable chair […]

The Music of “Hair!” the Musical

Published on :

Mariah Sletten | Staff Writer
Ramon Varela | Photographer
“Musicals are, in a way, not reflective of real life,” says Shirley Mier, the music director for Century’s upcoming production of “Hair!” “You’re not going to be walking down the street and just burst into song,” but there’s another facet of reality to […]

The Production Behind “Hair!” the Musical

Published on :

Mariah Sletten | Staff Writer
Tanita Cronk | Staff Writer
Ramon Varela | Photographer
Before you see a play on opening night, the cast and crew worked long and hard to put it together. “It’s a lot of commitmnet,” Says Mckenzie Lang, a Music Edutacation Majoring acting in “Hair!” Rehearsals for “Hair!” started […]

The Background of “Hair!” the Musical Explained

Published on :

Mariah Sletten | Staff Writer
Ramon Varela | Photographer
“‘Hair!’ is a very socially conscious play,” says Paul Aberasturi, director of Century’s production of “Hair: The American Tribal Love Rock Musical.” “It’s fun, it’s funny, it’s risque at times, but it’s very passionate; it’s very heartfelt.”
Shirley Mier, who is directing music for […]

Angelia Millender named New President of Century College

Published on :

Vladimir Cruz | Editor-in-Chief
Ker Moua | Lead Copy Editor
Ramon Varela | Photographer
After two long years, and extensive searches for a new president, Angelia Millender has been named the new President of Century College.
On March 22, Millender was officially announced as the new President. Dr. Carl Gerber president of Century College […]

VCT Work on Big Upcoming Projects

Published on :

Vladimir Cruz | Editor-in-Chief
Mike Eddy, an Apple Certified FCPX Instructor, has been leading various projects surrounding the Visual Communications Technologies in Century. He has been teaching VCT for 10 years and counting.
Eddy reveals that three different classes are taking on three different projects.
One is making a public service announcement for […]

A Poem of the Seasons: The Warmth of Summer Memories

Published on :

Todd A. Schouweiler | Contributing Writer
There are long days and warm days during the summer’s might,
While the sun shares all of its blinding bright light,
The short summer months are when nature is bountiful;
Though, humans make time to make memories that are wonderful.
There is laughter,
There is joy,
There are sights to behold,
Now […]

Cosmetology Department Branches Out with the Community

Published on :

Tanita Cronk | Staff Writer
Ramon Varela | Photographer
For over 20 years, the cosmetology department at Century College has been helping students learn how to achieve success and become great cosmetologists. But that is not all they do.
Student and Cosmetology Major Sam Vinson says, “Cosmetology is an interesting program, because the […]

Making Choices can Narrate Your Story

Published on :

Christine Joy Del Puerto | Contributing Writer
According to Helen Mirren, “You write your life story by the choices you make. You never know if they have been a mistake. Those moments of decision are difficult.” I have agreed to Helen Mirren’s quote of how our choices could have affected our […]

Associate Degree or Baccalaureate Degree in Nursing

Published on :

Christine Joy Del Puerto | Contributing Writer
According to the book, 212 – the Extra Degree, the author, S.L. Parker, says that “at 211 degrees, water is hot. At 212 degrees, it boils. And with boiling water, comes steam. And with steam, you can power a train.” Just imagine that more […]

The Niche Gallery

Published on :

Sarah Knieff | Staff Writer
Interested in the Fine Arts? Ever wondered if there were more people on campus with the same passion as you? Well look no further. Here on campus at Century College is an art showing space called The Niche Gallery. The Niche Gallery is located on the […]

Getting a Bachelor’s Degree in Neuroscience

Published on :

Fatma Al Madan | Contributing Writer
Neuroscience refers to the study of the brain and the nervous system. The brain enables human beings to adapt to different things or conditions. Students who carry out the study of the brain understand the fundamental role of science in the society, and help explain […]