Jennifer Terker

82 academic integrity violations given last year

Though the Academic Integrity Office strives to inform professors and students about the academic code and its consequences, 82 violations were found during the 2008-2009 academic year. According to data from the office, the perpetrators were half male, half female, with 74 percent being undergraduate students. The majority – 76 percent of these violations – […]

Minn. congressman says GOP must bring new ideas to table

Web Exclusive The Republican Party needs to bring a fresh perspective to issues like the economy and health care, Rep. Erik Paulsen told a group of College Republicans Tuesday night at the School of Media and Public Affairs. Paulsen, a Minnesota congressman who represents some western suburbs of Minneapolis and is known for focusing on […]

College of Professional Studies launches new programs

Web Exclusive The College of Professional Studies will launch a bachelor’s degree completion program in fall 2010 for working professionals and adult learners who aspire to work in biotechnology or information systems and technology. The program was developed within the CPS in response to the increasing number of adults interested in the growing fields and […]

Students bid top dollar for housing

The Residence Hall Association auctioned off 10 residence hall rooms and three prize packages with a top bid of $15,000 at the 45th annual Martha’s Marathon this Tuesday in Columbian Square. All the proceeds from the event, which brings students together to bid thousands of dollars on top housing opportunities for next year, will benefit […]