STAFF BLOG EH? PLUS Sustainable showcase
Sustainable Twin Ports is hosting its fifth annual public showcase today at Spirit Mountains Grand Avenue Chalet, 8551 Grand Ave.
The free event features Greg Benson, CEO of Loll Designs, as speaker ... Posted on 10/3/13 at 12:00 AM
The Duluth school district, the University of Minnesota Duluth, the College of St. Scholastica and Lake Superior College have canceled classes for Monday, Jan. 27, because of the forecast bitterly cold conditions.
The old Harcourt Brace Jovanovich building on Second Street and Second Avenue West in downtown Duluth is undergoing a complete and dramatic makeover as it is readied for two major tenants: Lake Superior College and ARI Network Services.
As manufacturing makes a comeback, Lake Superior College can’t keep up with the demand. That will soon change. Come June, programs will be expanded when LSC opens its new downtown Duluth campus that will house all of its manufacturing classes.
Lake Superior College on Monday announced plans to open a campus in downtown Duluth next year with training programs for machine tool, welding and computer-aided design, as well as some general education courses.
While thousands of Twin Ports students living on ramen noodles and cheap beer might argue otherwise, new data is showing that cities with big or multiple colleges have been showing artificially high poverty rates for years.
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