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Ronelle Tshiela watched George Floyd die countless times. She saw him struggle for air while a Minneapolis police officer pinned him to the street....

Colleges respond to enrollment cliff


Higher ed analysts have long predicted a spate of closures among colleges and universities due to declining demand and escalating tuition fees...

Giving on the rise, but so is need


For more than a century, Granite United Way reached donors at their workplaces or in their living rooms with traditional face-to-face conversations...

A century has passed since women won the right to vote, enshrining suffragists like Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton as crusaders of...

Schools focus on social, emotional learning


The pathogen that provoked lockdowns this past spring is only one of many worries for public school students who may be nervous watching their...

Teachers work to broaden history lessons


Protests over George Floyd’s killing at the hands of a police officer in Minneapolis amplified efforts to discuss racism in the classroom. However,...

What Does the Future of College Look Like?


Large lecture halls with 500 students. Buffet lunches in noisy cafeterias. Triple beds in tight dorm rooms. Gone, gone, gone.In place of these now...

Leanne Gladle is one of around 10 culinary students finishing her last semester of an associate’s degree at Lakes Region Community College, where...

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