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Oct. 27: Screening of Twin Cities Public Television’s ‘Our Rights’

The third and final installment of the Twin Cities Public Television-produced series, “Our Rights,” will be screened at 4 to 6 p.m., Friday, Oct. 27 in the Student Center, Saint Paul Campus.

The series documents human rights in Minnesota and recognizes the 50th anniversary of the state’s Department of Human Rights.

The screening is free and open to the public. The event is sponsored by Metropolitan State’s Institute for Peace and Social Justice and the Student Senate.

Learn more about the program on TPT’s website.

In the News: Century-old ‘work college’ model regains popularity as student debt grows

…the idea of a work college is drawing renewed interest, thanks to rising student debt, skepticism about the financial payoff of a liberal arts education and employer complaints that graduates aren’t prepared for jobs. The fact that work colleges get extra funding under a little-known federal program also hasn’t hurt.

Century-old ‘work college’ model regains popularity as student debt grows

Twin Cities Public Television interviews professor Nicholas Hartlep.