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Schools from across the state are eligible to apply.
Editor's Note: The following is a Globe University and Minnesota School of Business press release. Globe University and the Minnesota School of Business (MSB) will award 10 Youth Frontiers Responsibility and Wisdom retreats to 11th and 12th graders from high schools throughout Minnesota. High schools across Minnesota are eligible to apply for either the 11th- or 12th-grade retreat, funded entirely by Globe University and MSB. The application deadline is the end of December. The Youth Frontiers Retreats Youth Frontiers' Responsibility retreat inspires juniors to set the tone for a positive school environment for their senior year. Students acknowledge and accept their “ability to respond” and examine how their daily choices impact their …
Saturday, August 13, 2011
This week's Richfield Photo Hunt winner is announced.
Congratulations to this week's Richfield Photo Hunt winner Kate Ryan. Ryan is a communications and community relations specialist at Richfield's Minnesota School of Business campus and was quick to confirm the mystery photo as the entrance gate to Wood Lake Nature Center. Fun Fact: Ryan is an identical twin. Her sister, Molly, is pictured with her in the photo box of this article. Ryan, along with her sister, recently volunteered at a water stop at Richfield's Urban Wildland Half Marathon and 5K event. Thank you to all who participated in this week's photo hunt. Stay tuned for another photo Monday.
Tuesday, June 28, 2011
Congratulations to all the new grads.
The Minnesota School of Business (MSB) Richfield campus congratulated more than 65 graduates at its spring graduation ceremony June 23. MSB also saw 43 students graduate during its March 24 ceremony. Congratulations to all graduates.
Tuesday, June 14, 2011
Minnesota School of Business staff, faculty and friends participate in the "Walk Like MADD" 5K Saturday in honor of a student killed by a drunk driver in March 2011.
More than 20 Minnesota School of Business (MSB) Richfield staff, faculty and friends participated in the "Walk Like MADD" (Mother's Against Drunk Driving) 5K national fundraising walk June 11. The team walked in memory of George Kaffey, a student who was killed by a drunk driver, as team "Justice for George," according to Kate Ryan, MSB communications specialist. The team raised more than $1,000 and was recognized as the "Top Academic" team for its fundraising efforts and excepted the award from Sen. Amy Klobuchar.
Tuesday, May 17, 2011
Minnesota School of Business Richfield faculty member Troy Antoine LaFaye travels to Paris to document a local Word War II veteran's
Editor's Note: The following was all taken from a Minnesota School of Business-Richfield press release. Minnesota School of Business (MSB) Richfield's Troy Antoine LaFaye, an adjunct instructor and independent filmmaker, is preparing to follow a Minnesota World War II veteran as he returns to France to fulfill a promise he made 67 years ago. Along with Lino Lakes, MN author Lee Burtman, LaFaye is working on a documentary entitled, “As Promised—Return to Fénétrange,” which is based on the book by Burtman, “Fighting for Delphine,” the memoir of 86-year-old World War II veteran, Ken Krueger of Blaine, MN. The Promise Krueger met, fell in love and was engaged to a young French girl named Marguerite Klein while he was a motor messenger in World…
Wednesday, May 11, 2011
The Richfield Minnesota School of Business campus hosted multiple local businesses and job seekers at its open job forum Wednesday.
The Minnesota School of Business-Richfield campus hosted a open job forum Wednesday that featured more than 15 local businesses for job seekers to network with and talk about future work opportunities. The open forum was open to the entire community in addition to students.
Friday, April 22, 2011
Minnesota School of Business-Richfield staff headed to Adam's Hill Park to do some cleanup on Earth Day.
Richfield Minnesota School of Business (MSB) campus staff took a break from their desks and headed to Adam's Hill Park to do some park cleanup for Friday's Earth Day.
Wednesday, April 20, 2011
Carissa is a member of the Richfield girls track and field team.
Editor's Note: Richfield Patch is running a series of occasional features that will highlight senior athletes at both Richfield High School and the Academy of Holy Angels. Look for more "Senior Spotlights" throughout the spring sports season. Who was your favorite athlete growing up and why? Jared Allen. He was all excited to play and support his team. How would you describe yourself in three words or less? Funny, silly and happy. What is your favorite subject in school? Weight training Do you have a favorite sports memory that sticks out to you? When I made a personal record in the 100-meter dash. What sports do you play during the year? Track What song do you listen to before games to get pumped up? Can't Be Touched If you could visit …
Friday, April 1, 2011
More than 70 Minnesota School of Business students, 43 of them from the Richfield campus, graduate March 24.
Editor's Note: The following is a press release from the Minnesota School of Business-Richfield campus. Forty-three students from Minnesota School of Business (MSB) in Richfield walked across a stage on March 24 and received their college diploma. The ceremony, which took place at Bloomington Kennedy High School, celebrated and honored graduating students from the MSB-Richfield, MSB-Lakeville and Globe University-Minneapolis campuses. The evening featured three speakers who all gave advice to the graduating students. Barun Dhakal, a Masters graduate candidate from Globe University–Minneapolis spoke on behalf of the students. Raised in Bhutan, Dhakal talked about the quality education he received from Globe University and encouraged his …