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Five bills were introduced at Monday’s meeting and will be voted on by Student Senate next week.

Student Senate hears introductions to five bills

Story by Rachyl Houterman, Managing Editor
December 4, 2018
Mike Rindo, the assistant chancellor for facilities and university relations, said the money will be used to increase the number of high-impact practices––such as internships or undergraduate research––that students experience before graduation.

Tuition increases for nonresident students

Story by Rachyl Houterman, News Editor
February 15, 2018
Student Senate issued a news release opposing the increased tuition rates in addition to passing Monday’s resolution.

Student Senate opposes tuition increase

Story by Rachyl Houterman, News Editor
February 14, 2018
Sarah Doroff, a senior science and sociology student, was selected to be the 2017 Minnesota Honey Queen in July. She is an advocate for and representitive of the beekeeping and honey industry in Minnesota.

Speaking for the bees

Story by Rachyl Houterman, News Editor
November 2, 2017
Nick Lanser, lead of folk band Len Voy, plays original songs based on personal experiences from his life.

Folk music fills The Cabin

Story by Rachyl Houterman, News Editor
October 16, 2017

International Fall Fest cultivates community

Story by Rachyl Houterman , News Editor
September 26, 2017
Katy McGarry and Nick Webber will serve as Student Body President and Vice President during the 61 Session of Student Senate

McGarry and Webber take the election

Story by Rachyl Houterman, Staff Writer
April 13, 2017
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