3M Selling Off Its Library Systems Business

The Maplewood manufacturer has chosen to “focus on [its] core businesses” as it sells its $100 million digital library systems division.

October 06, 2015

School district hires debt collectors to recoup $160K in unpaid lunch fees

“Gimme your lunch money” is what parents of children in Minnesota’s largest school district might be told in January. Hundreds of parents have racked up debt with the Anoka...

October 02, 2015

University of Minnesota's Twin Cities campus a national leader in student health

When it comes to looking out for its students, the University of Minnesota is practically in the Ivy League. Letting students have pet therapy animals to relieve stress is just one the reasons the...

September 29, 2015

New high school forced to close after 2 weeks because of low enrollment

A brand new charter high school in downtown Minneapolis is closing after just two weeks. Mill City High School wrote on Facebook this week it was expecting, and had budgeted for, 120 students...

September 25, 2015

Target's gifts to schools end next spring; charitable arm shifting to health

Target says it’s ending a charitable program that has given hundreds of millions of dollars to schools across the U.S. and will instead focus future giving on health and wellness. Target says...

September 14, 2015

University of Wisconsin system cuts dozens of positions to cope with budget cuts

The University of Wisconsin school system is cutting dozens of positions to help cope with budget cuts, which could also affect students with on-campus jobs, reports note. Thirty-six administrative...

September 13, 2015

New regulations jeopardize free college credit classes offered in high schools

Thousands of Minnesota high school students have been able to lower the skyrocketing cost of college by taking classes in their high schools that allow them to earn college credit for free. Some of...

September 12, 2015

U of M: Technology exec was asked to leave after complaints

Last week’s sudden resignation of the University of Minnesota’s top technology executive came at the request of the U of M’s president and followed misconduct complaints against...

September 11, 2015

Which 2 Minnesota college towns are among America's safest?

Ideally, college students shouldn’t have to look over their shoulders for muggers when they’ve got other things on their minds – like paying for textbooks, for instance. And according...

September 10, 2015


Why The U Of M's Decision To Postpone A Vote On The 'Athletics Village' Is Good News

The Board of Regents' decision to delay a vote on the project means that the Gopher's track programs may finally be a priority.

September 01, 2015

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