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Minnesota’s tech colleges see surge in skilled-trades training

Kyle Vickerman recalls talking with his boss at Ziegler CAT construction about how he might someday advance in the company. The response was immediate — in a good way.

More boys apply to top universities; but more girls get accepted

The research, which reviewed 21,949 university applications from global IB students during the 2017-18 academic year, also revealed that female applicants are as much as 200% more likely to receive an offer for their chosen university, when compared to their male peers.

Gun advocate shoots down faculty union’s attempt at deterring would-be attackers

A gun advocate shot down the reasoning behind an Oakland University faculty union's decision to purchase and distribute hockey pucks to fight back in the event of an active gunman.

New MacBook Air and Mac mini show the Apple Tax on storage lives on

When Apple announced the first new versions of its MacBook Air laptop and Mac mini desktop in years, it left the bad news behind its site’s “Buy” buttons: a scant storage allocation that’s expensive to upgrade.

Former Dem mayor prof assigns essay about ‘offensive’ character, ‘Donald Rump’

UC Santa Cruz professor and former Democrat mayor Ryan Coonerty assigned his constitutional law students an essay prompt on “Donald Rump,” who “has been known to target women, minorities, and the disabled.”