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Player of the Week

Central Lakes College sophomore Kendall Brown of St. Cloud is the Minnesota College Athletic Conference Southern Division men’s basketball Player of the Week ending Jan. 8. The 6-7 forward was instrumental in helping third-ranked CLC (18-0 as of Jan. 13) to wins over No. 2 Rochester and Minnesota State Community …

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Military guest

Major General Richard C. Nash, Adjutant General of the Minnesota National Guard since Nov. 1, 2010, visited Central Lakes College Jan. 12, meeting students and staff in the Veterans Resource Center before touring the Brainerd campus and finding numerous veterans among CLC students. He and CLC President Larry Lundblad chatted …

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Tribute to Dominique

As Central Lakes College says goodbye to Dominique Corder today (Jan. 12) in a noon-hour memorial, columnist Rachel Blount paid tribute in the StarTribune newspaper, commenting on the death of the Raider quarterback who died Jan. 1 in his hometown of Indianapolis. The 20-year-old was murdered outside his grandmother’s house …

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Cultural Thursday

The next free Cultural Thursday program at Central Lakes College, Brainerd, will be a journey to Mexico in Chalberg Theatre from noon to 12:50 p.m. Feb. 3 on the Brainerd campus. Scheduled presenters are members of the CLC Spanish Club, who in 2010 accompanied a shipment of clothing to Mexico …

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Raider basketball

Men come back to win 17thMarcus Ayala scored 10 of his game-high 25 points in a surge that led Central Lakes College to an 87-77 upset of the second-ranked Yellowjackets of Rochester (16-1) on Jan. 8 at CLC. The sophomore guard had a lot of help from fellow Arizonan Kwamaine …

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Diversity commitment

Marge Anderson, chief executive of the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe, spoke to Central Lakes College employees Thursday, Jan. 6 during a day devoted to diversity. The day began by honoring and celebrating the collaboration between the college and the band. This “Diversity – A Commitment to Action” duty day …

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Mental health video

Students in Communication Art and Design at Central Lakes College recently completed a video project on behalf of the regional Mental Health Advisory Council. The 35-minute video, “Holding the Hope: Our Journey to Recovery,” was made with the help of students as well as staff from the Minnesota Mental Health …

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Cultural Arts Series

The spring schedule for the Central Lakes College Cultural Arts Series has been announced by Coordinator Patrick Spradlin. The season opens with “The Comedy of Errors” presented by the Acting Company touring ensemble on Tues., Feb. 1 in Chalberg Theatre. The performance of Shakespeare’s rollicking tale of mistaken identity starts …

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