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What’s Next After the Nurses Strike?

What’s Next After the Nurses Strike?

Jack Radomski, Editor September 21, 2022

The largest private sector nurses’ strike in U.S. history occurred this month over a three-day period from September 12 to September 14, as about 15,000 nurses went on strike across the state of Minnesota...

University of Minnesota Can Look to North Dakota For a Clean Energy Example

University of Minnesota Can Look to North Dakota For a Clean Energy Example

George Merkt, Contributor September 21, 2022

National Clean Energy Week is September 26-30, and the efforts to implement clean energy across the country should be supported this week. North Dakota is an excellent example of a state pursuing renewable...

Democrats Reconciliation Package Promises to Build Back Broker

Democrats’ Reconciliation Package Promises to Build Back Broker

Kent Kaiser, Ph.D. August 3, 2022

Reducing inflation and finding smart solutions on healthcare issues are important goals for our government, and most Americans would support that kind of legislation to fix the economy and improve healthcare. However,...

Frey Wins Re-Election, Ballot Measure to Remove Police Department Fails: Minneapolis Election Results

Frey Wins Re-Election, Ballot Measure to Remove Police Department Fails: Minneapolis Election Results

Jack Radomski, Editor November 10, 2021

November 2 was an important date for Minneapolis residents. Election day featured important races for the mayor, city council positions, and ballot measures that would affect all Minneapolis residents....

President Biden and Twin Metals Face Off in the Boundary Waters

President Biden and Twin Metals Face Off in the Boundary Waters

Jack Radomski, Editor November 1, 2021

Fresh off the fight over Enbridge Line 3, there is another one occurring in the Land of 10,000 Lakes. This time, the battleground is Northeastern Minnesota and the players are the Biden administration...

Loan Sharks Are the Product of Credit Restrictions

Jack Radomski, Editor March 24, 2021

Recently, headlines across the country told of a modern-day loan shark by the name of Jonathan Braun who had received a pardoned in President Trump’s last day in office. It seems that, while free...

The Intersection of Technology and National Security

The Intersection of Technology and National Security

Jack Radomski, Editor March 10, 2021

Protecting and expanding the technology industry in the United States should be prioritized as a national security issue. Ensuring that U.S. companies have the ability to innovate and advance freely is...

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EA Sports Announces Return of NCAA Football

Jack Radomski, Editor February 11, 2021

EA Sports recently announced that it will be releasing the game NCAA Football again, something that has not happened since 2014. Fans of the popular college football game have pleaded with EA to rejuvenate...

Joe Bidens Environmental Plan

Joe Biden’s Environmental Plan

Jack Radomski, Editor January 29, 2021

The recent change in White House administrations comes with a new plan for environmental issues. President Biden will strive to reverse many Trump administration policies surrounding the environment while...

International students in America

International students in America

Jack Radomski, Contributor December 9, 2020

The number of new international students enrolling in American schools is dropping. The drop in enrollment for international students has happened over the past few years but worsened significantly starting...

Professors During the Pandemic

Professors During the Pandemic

Jack Radomski, Contributor November 4, 2020
Online class introduces new obstacles for professors to overcome in their quest to give their students a viable educational experience.
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