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Awards draw new attention to College of Design major

Eighteen Minneapolis College of Art and Design students recently scored awards in the annual Society of Illustrators of Los Angeles contest, one of the most prestigious of its kind in the nation.

Senior illustration students Lyndsey Lesh and Eri

Colleges face tough balancing act on racial incidents

Six Hamline University football players show up at a Halloween party in blackface, dressed as members of an African tribe.

A Minneapolis Community and Technical College newspaper editor uses a noose as a motivational tool for procrastinating write

Critics raise stink over Mower County hog farm deal

In southeast Minnesota’s Mower County, it appears that one way to skirt prohibitive feedlot regulations is to find a job enforcing them.
Critics there claim Lowell Franzen, the county’s feedlot officer, approved his own 6,600-hog operation last fal

Writing workshop aims to lessen stigma of mental illness

I saw Walker Art Center’s breath-taking Frida Kahlo exhibit the other week and how her brush conveyed her pain: the agony of her husband’s promiscuity and her own multiple surgeries and miscarriages plays out in graphic imagery and color.

Wolfgang Puck: changing the world dish by dish

Wolfgang Puck wants to change the world, one organic tomato and chicken at a time.
“Little by little, we get people to change,” said the effervescent celebrity chef in a recent interview last month at 20.21, his restaurant inside the Walker Art