Jan 29, 2015

American Advertising Federation Awards Announced – CLC Students Display Talent

CLC students had a great showing at the 2015 American Advertising Awards held at the Paramount Theater in St. Cloud on January 24. 

CLC photo imaging students brought home 7 silver and 4 gold awards for their photography entries. Graphic design students grabbed 2 silver and 4 gold for their creative work. 

Jan 28, 2015

CLC Robotics Students are in High-Demand

Jeff Keyes, Arnie Anderson and Barry Norenberg from Bosch Packaging recently came to the Central Lakes College (CLC) Staples campus to give a presentation to students of the robotics program and to interview the second year students. Bosch needs to fill multiple positions and internships in their Shell Lake and New Richmond locations. 

Jan 26, 2015

CLC Cultural Thursday: Mysteries of the Anasazi

The next Cultural Thursday event will be held on February 5 at Central Lakes College. Sociologist Gary Payne will display images captured on photo safaris to the southwestern territories of Utah, Arizona and New Mexico, which had been the homeland of the Anasazi, several closely related American Indian cultures. Payne will demonstrate how life was possible in the scorching heat of desert summers and icy cold high altitude winters common in this region. The history, geology, wildlife, vegetation, and artifacts in the area will be discussed in regard to how they affected Anasazi shelters, hunting, art and diet. 

“Mysteries of the Anasazi” will be presented at noon with an encore presentation scheduled for 7 pm. Both presentations will be held in the lecture lab E354 at the Brainerd campus. The event is free and open to the public.

Photo Caption: Local father and son photographic team Gary and Sayer Payne pause beneath a gigantic arch that remains after 60 million years of erosion at Utah's Dead Horse Point State Park.

Jan 14, 2015

CLC Announces Fall Honors List

Central Lakes College, Brainerd and Staples, has announced its 2014 fall semester honors list. 

The President’s List includes 249 students who earned a grade-point average of 3.75 to 4.0 while enrolled 
for at least 12 credits. 
The Dean’s List includes 263 students who earned a grade-point average of 3.25 to 3.74.