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The Brain and Being Human

Central Lakes College students studying psychology and participating in the Honors Associate in Arts degree program joined instructors Martha Kuehn (psychology) and Robert Brekken (history, leadership) on Oct. 4 and 5 to view live streaming video of speakers on the sold-out Nobel Conference 47 program at Gustavus Adolphus College, St. …

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Cody Cederberg qualifies

EAST GULL LAKE — Sophomore Cody Cederberg of Hawley has qualified to represent Central Lakes College in the NJCAA Division III national tournament. On Tuesday, Oct. 4 Cody carded a 75 to total 152 over 36 holes and take runner-up medalist honors just one stroke shy of the top spot …

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Suicide Prevention Program

The Crisis Line and Referral Service, in conjunction with Northern Pines Mental Health Center, Inc., and Central Lakes College, will host a free Suicide Prevention Program called “Judd’s Story” at 3 p.m., Monday, Oct. 24 in the Lecture Hall (E 354) on the Brainerd campus. The program is designed to …

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Cederberg 2nd, Tast 7th

Central Lakes College golfers Cody Cederberg and Katie Tast are second and seventh, respectively, after the first day of the Region XIII and MCAC golf tournament at The Legacy at Cragun’s. Play concludes today, determining who advances to the NJCAA championship tournaments next spring. Cederberg fired a 77 to pace …

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New science club

The newly formed Science Club of Central Lakes College invited students to view the world of science during Student Success Day, Sept. 28. Club members and faculty demonstrated experiments and projects of science; Rocket launching, Trebuchet throw, balloon rocket race, Thermite and dry ice experiments along with sun gazing through …

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Natural resources seminar

The Friday, Oct. 7 Natural Resources Seminar at Central Lakes College features Peter Jacobson, research supervisor with the Minnesota DNR, talking about “Protecting Cisco Oxythermal Habitat from Climate Change: Building Resilience in Deep Lakes using a Landscape Approach.” This is the second in a three-Friday series of free seminars to …

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Empowering readers

Jessica Teague, Little Falls, is one of the CLC students in Reading I. She is shown reading to pre-schoolers. Janet Bedard, a Central Lakes College reading instructor, has learned more from mistakes than she has by doing things right the first time. She was raised a working-class daughter of a …

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Scrubs Camp

About 20 area residents became “scrubs campers” last week at Central Lakes College in Brainerd. They were participants in the hands-on, Adult Scrubs Camp that provides an opportunity to be familiar with health care careers. Offered in partnership with area health and medical providers and Rural Minnesota Concentrated Employment Program, …

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4-0 for the week

The Central Lakes College volleyball Raiders wrapped up their four-win week on Saturday, Oct. 1 with decisions over Fond du Lac (3-0) and Anoka-Ramsey (3-1) in the CLC gym. Earlier in the week CLC defeated Rainy River and Itasca, giving the Raiders a 4-0 record to start their homestand. Now …

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Big first half aids FB win

The Central Lakes College football team ran its record to 5-1 with a 26-6 win at Fergus Falls to spoil the Spartans’ homecoming Sat., Oct. 1. All the scoring came in the first half. Taz Seibert was the first Raider to hit the endzone on a 9-yard scamper. Jordan Hayes …

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