Eight Girl Scouts visited Anoka-Ramsey Community College Feb. 19 – and after 90 minutes, the girls had evolved into science and technology geeks and engineering and math aficionados.
A coach’s plea to join the wrestling team was all it took to launch a 98-pound freshman into a career with the U.S. Army Reserve and an opportunity to help coach Olympic athletes.
Anoka-Ramsey Community College’s theater department has been selected as one of four Midwest regional finalists to present a play and compete for national honors in the Kennedy Center American College Theater program.
The Mercy and Unity Hospitals Foundation will once again support Prairie Home Delights, the annual scholarship fundraising event at Anoka-Ramsey Community College’s Coon Rapids campus, at the $3,000 cum laude sponsorship level.
A troupe of talented students have been cast in the Anoka-Ramsey Community College fall production “Tartuffe,” scheduled to hit the Coon Rapids Campus Performing Art Center stage Nov. 7-16.