Ceramist Joanna Buyert '07 featured in Country Living Magazine
Making a Living: How one artist molded her passion for pottery into a thriving business Country Living Magazine, October Issue Joanna Buyert '07 graduated from Northwestern with a degree in Fine Arts, and has been highlighted by Country Living Magazine for her ceramics line, Fringe and Fettle .  Buyert was also featured in the Star Tribune last year.
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Fox 9 interviews Prof. Kent Kaiser about "phubbing" phenomenon
from Fox9 News What is 'phubbing'? Don't look it up on your phone posted by Shelby Capacio video report by Rob Olson "Phubbing" is an emerging tech term is emerging -- and anyone who grabbed a smartphone to look it up during a conversation with someone else is guilty of it. Even 2-year-old Izzy, a mutt who loves treats, clearly hates it when her human is more interested in her...
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Coach Talley talks football with WCCO Radio
Coach Kirk Talley interviewed with Mike Max on WCCO radio's Sports to the Max about the upcoming season. Cue into the podcast online at 20:15 to hear his portion of the interview.
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Music ministry major Shayla Woods releases album
from The Royal Gazette Singing for His glorification By Crystal Holdipp Gospel Psalmist Shayla Woods has recently released her new single “Dwell In Me”. The singer has a heart to usher people into the presence of God and wants her latest song to speak to the heart of the listener and give them a refreshing in their souls. Ms Woods has ministered with many praise teams and...
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UNW's Kari Steinbach directs "La Bella Cinderella" at Fringe Festival
from White Bear Press Local playwright’s adaptation of Cinderella at Fringe Festival by Kristine Goodrich/Editor A week after it premiered in Maryland, White Bear Lake playwright Claudia Haas’ award-winning Cinderella adaptation is part of the Minnesota Fringe Festival. “La Bella Cinderella” is an interactive play for younger children loosely based on the...
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