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University of Minnesota Duluth entrepreneurship student Bella Murphy, who suffers from seasonal affective disorder, talks about a proposal to open a café that would help people ward off the seasonal depression as classmates Amber Sorenson (left) and Kari Urness listen. The three were part of a group of five students presenting the plan Monday at Teatro Zuccone in downtown Duluth. (Steve Kuchera / skuchera@duluthnews.com)

UMD’s ‘cultural entrepreneurs’ offer creative solutions for societal problems

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A business degree can conjure, for some people, images of a staid and buttoned-downed educational existence.

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