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Cultural Thursday

Elena Nicoski, an ethnic Russian student at Central Lakes College, presented the March 3 Cultural Thursday program on the Brainerd campus. Nicoski was born and raised in Ashgabat, the capital of Turkmenistan, and lived in the republic for 21 years. She discussed the history, culture, arts and crafts, government, religion, …

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Celebration of Nations update

The Central Lakes College International Club and Diversity Leadership Council are co-hosting the second Celebration of Nations on Friday, April 1 on the Brainerd campus. The event runs 5 to 9 p.m. and is open to the public at admission prices of $6 adults, $4 students, and free to ages …

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Band concert

The Central Lakes College Instrumental Music Department on Tuesday, March 1 presented “Snowdrift Serenade,” a concert featuring 30 musicians in the CLC Jazz Band, Brass Ensemble and Woodwind Ensemble. The concert in the Music Rehearsal Hall on the Brainerd campus. The 16-member Jazz Band and the 14-player Brass Ensemble are …

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Civic engagement celebration

Central Lakes College on April 20 (Brainerd campus) and 21 (Staples campus) will showcase its civic engagement and service learning projects that have helped the community and technical college achieve placement on the President’s National Honor Roll for Civic Engagement and Service Learning. The Minnesota Campus Compact hosted a workshop …

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American Indian Educators Summit

Central Lakes College and five sister institutions in the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system will co-host the May 2 and 3 American Indian Educators Summit at Grand View Lodge, Nisswa. Among presenters are Dr. Anton Treuer (pictured), Larry Aitken, and Annie Humphrey. Co-hosts are Lake Superior College, Bemidji State …

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Auditions

The Adventures ’n Theatre, the young people’s performing company at Central Lakes College in Brainerd, will hold auditions for “The Clown Who Ran Away” on Saturday, March 26 at 10 a.m. in the Bob Dryden Theatre at CLC. This is the story of Dodo the Clown, who runs away from …

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Snow Days at CLC

Central Lakes College students are enjoying Snow Days on the Staples and Brainerd campuses of the community and technical college. Erich Heppner, director of student activities, reports that at Staples last week Kendra Hutchison and Alyssa Ostberg from the Communication Art and design program solved the Medallion Hunt by finding …

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Basketball season ends

Nash Faulk scored 19 points and Marcus Ayala 14 for the Central Lakes College Raiders as their outstanding basketball season ended in the semifinals of the Minnesota College Athletic Conference tournament Feb. 26 with a 72-63 loss to the Anoka-Ramsey Rams on their home court. Maurice Hernandez added 13 points …

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Athletes honored

Five Central Lakes College basketball players have received post-season honors awarded by a vote of coaches in the Minnesota College Athletic Conference. Raiders earning a spot on the 15-person All-State Team were sophomores Marcus Ayala (repeating last year’s honor) and Nash Faulk, who led CLC in scoring with averages of …

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Marketing awards

The Marketing and Public Relations Department at Central Lakes College has earned three national educational advertising awards. CLC received a Gold, the top prize among colleges with 5,000-9,999 students, for the course schedule titled “We’re Moving Forward.” The CLC 2010-12 academic catalog received a Silver, or second, in the same …

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