Student on the Street - How Do You Beat the Winter Blues?

Students address cold weather and positive attitudes. 

 

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Do We Even Vote?

The Coon Rapids student senate has a pattern of choosing its own leadership without turning it over to the student body.  

 

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New Student Senate Leadership on Coon Rapid's Campus

Rachel Bray and Nick Gertner were recently elected as the new Student Senate president and vice-president on the Coon Rapid’s campus. 

 

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Nee-gon-we-way-we-dun Speaks on Campus

The Thunder Before the Strom, also known as Clyde Bellecourt, voices the untold story of brutality against American Indians 

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Student on the Street - What Class Are You Looking Forward to the Most for Next Semester?

Even before finals are over, students are thinking ahead to classes in January. 

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Campus Security Report – December 2013

12/04/13 – CR – Employee injured during student/staff college hour basketball game. Necessary reports have been filed – Public Safety security officer assisted. Nothing further to report at this time. 12/05/13 – CR – Person…


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Students Invited Back to Research Wolves

Anoka-Ramsey Community College Students had the chance to conduct hands-on research on wolves twice at the Wildlife Science Center this semester. By Heidi Holthus Rampage Staff For a second time this semester, students in Field Biology,…


Older, wiser and more engaged in class

By Kristine Cantey, Tiffany Kafer and Brenda Wendlandt InkSpot contributors When you think of a college student, what image comes to mind? A freshman, living away from home for the first time? These days, a college…


Enrollment drop leads to quieter campus

By Madeline Groschen InkSpot staff If Cambridge halls and classes seem more bare than usual, it is because the campus has experienced a drop in student enrollment. Cambridge campus has dropped from a peak of…



“I try to keep information to bare minimum,” Cambridge art instructor Marko Marian says about the difference between online and seated art classes. PHOTO BY MADELINE GROSCHEN

Online, but not on the same page

By Alexis Stenstrom, Madeline Groschen, Cecelia Calametti and Shyanna Ingberg Inkspot contributors Online classes have become more popular with both Anoka-Ramsey students and teachers because of the demand to fit everyone’s busy schedules. Student/teacher communication…



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This Week: Coon Rapids (Jan. 13 – 17)

Welcome back to a new year and a new semester at Anoka-Ramsey! Here’s what’s on tap for this week. Monday, January 13 Air Hockey Tournament Starts at 11 a.m. Courtyard Commons Hot Chocolate 9:30 –…


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Volleyball coach builds for future

By Elise Nikolic Staff Writer The game against Western Tech was neck and neck when ARCC captain stepped behind the line to serve. The Rams had struggled through out their first set to hold the…


Andrea Johnson studies outside the Cambridge cafeteria on Dec. 11. PHOTO BY MARY SCHMITT

Viewpoint: Community College Stigma

During our time at Anoka-Ramsey, we have noticed there is a bias or stigma against community college students. In fact all of us have incidences where people have questioned why we go there. What these…