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There are some new computer labs on campus plus technology upgrades.
More than 900,000 visitors were welcomed at the Wonders of Technology exhibit.
The new organ in St. Mary’s Chapel was dedicated last spring.
California artist Katina Huston finds the uncommon in common materials.
Dr. Judith Dwyer updates campus community on the numerous projects that have been completed and makes note of future improvements in Owatonna.
Mandatory orientation sessions are your ticket to a fall interview.
Family Education Rights and Privacy Act affords students certain rights.
Through the Web site, you can search for articles by a keyword.
The Tommies will reach several milestones in the 2000 season.
Her oil paintings are on display on the Minneapolis campus.
Beligh Ghedira plans to prepare a legal framework for franchising in his country.
Contact International Student Services if you have information on an apartment nearby.
Dr. Ralph Pearson announces that Dr. Miriam Williams will serve as interim dean of the School of Education.
Public Safety reports that a locked vehicle left unattended for only eight minutes was broken into.
Come to the first meeting tomorrow.
Get ready to take the stage!
Remember: You could be dropped from a class if you don’t show up on the first day.
The dean’s office can answer questions, help you resolve issues or refer you to the appropriate department.
Faculty developed or revised service-learning components of their courses.