Groves Academy senior Lily Erickson is involved in just about any extracurricular you can think of.
High school is often seen as a time to explore new things, a place where young adults can learn about who they are. Benilde-St. Margaret’s High School senior Amelia Backes has done that and more, from swimming to RoboCup to jazz band.
This past December, TwinWest Chamber of Commerce awarded 25 metro-area students a total of $32,500 in scholarships.
You may not be aware Dunwoody College of Technology approved a school of engineering in 2015, or that in 2016 it launched a bachelor of science degree program in mechanical engineering, followed by a bachelor of science in software engineering in 2017 and now, in 2018, plans for a bachelor of sci
The Bakken Museum, located between the Linden Hills and West Calhoun neighborhoods, testifies to the potential for science, technology and the humanities to make the world a better place.
The Heilicher Minneapolis (K-8) Jewish Day School announced last summer that they received a $9 million grant paid over 10 years, generously given by The Lynne & Andrew Redleaf Foundation.
Minneapolis College of Art and Design (MCAD) opens registration for a new session of continuing education classes on January 2. Looking to learn a new skill or take a class this new year?
Families of students bound for college in 2018: What if someone told you there’s an online platform where you can submit a single student profile to help you find scholarships?
Over a year and a half ago, Kristi Shepherd started Reprise Skincare, a line of skincare products she developed herself. Realizing she was going to need more help, she reached out to the career and college center at St.
As a teacher and coach, Keren Gudeman spent lots of time observing how children and parents interact, but becoming a mother herself ignited a curiosity about parenting that would lead her down an unexpected path.