Open Letter

A Number for Life: The New New SAT

If you’re serious about improving the quality of college applicants, the answer lies in devoting time and effort to developing a more rigorous and standardized high school curricula.

by Vance Opperman

You Betcha!

Gambling will certainly produce people not as smart as their phones.

Minnesota Going To Pot

Colorado won’t be the only state that is “high,” nor will Washington remain its only companion for very long.

Kudos And A Plea For Silence In The Air

Airline travel has gotten better recently, but we do not need various patrons calling in a loud voice to share the object of their displeasure.

The Avoidable Care Act

Large government bureaucracies frequently ignore their own histories of snafus.

The Uncola Unsession

The basic idea is to devote a legislative session to repealing or deleting various parts of our statutory and regulatory thicket that stand in the way of effective governance.

Gort Needs You

Minnesota has a great tradition of science and technology, but more needs to be done and soon.

The Vikings Are Coming! The Vikings Are Coming!

Wilf family troubles aside, the stadium will get built.

Unreasonable Search

Edward Snowden is not hiding in the basement.

Thanks

A fond farewell.

So You Want To Be On A Public Board

What to expect when you’re directing.

Commencement Day!

A guide for speakers: Keep it short and sweet.

Mayo’s Vision For Rochester

The Destination Medical Center compares favorably with Minnesota’s other publicly funded projects.

Armed Monsters In Minnesota

Monitoring gun sales is a common-sense step that won’t curtail liberty.

Sergeant Pepper Goes To The Inaugural

The military was mostly absent from Inauguration Day festivities.

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Editor's Note

Of Vanity And Virtue

Findings from my junket to Minnesota’s filmmaking industry.

Dan Haugen's

Fuel for Thought

NABERS: Australian For Efficiency

Honeywell says Minnesota could boost commercial building efficiency by importing an energy policy from Down Under.

Mark Sheffert's

Corner Office

He Said, She Said

Gender-rooted miscommunication is endemic in the workplace, but it doesn’t have to divide your organization.

Sarah Lutman's

Performing Philanthropy

The Route To Effective Philanthropy

Central Corridor Funders’ Collaborative, which coordinates development along the new light-rail line, is a partnership that works.

Sima Griffith's

Guest Commentary

Encouraging Entrepreneurs

Some thoughts on promoting the creation of new business in Minnesota.

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