'Be curious': New St. Cloud State head brings love of learning to job

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Robbyn Wacker's idea of a great role model? Curious George.

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University of Minnesota reviews Greek policy after student death

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The University of Minnesota is re-examining its Greek life policy following the second alcohol-related death of a campus fraternity member within a year.

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A fresh face for fossils: Science Museum of Minnesota welcomes new head of paleontology

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The new curator brings enthusiasm, expertise and high hopes for community outreach.

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Smart money practices to save for college

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Higher ed is getting more and more expensive. Are you ready to send your child off to college?

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New lab takes students on virtual field trips

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Hawley Public Schools is introducing students -- and their teachers -- to the district's new virtual reality lab, one of only a few hundred around the country.

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What to do if your child's school isn't teaching reading right?

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After our recent examination of why American kids aren't being taught to read well, we received a ton of questions, mostly from parents. So we went to the experts to get answers.

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In the fight over Kavanaugh, echoes of a battle being waged on college campuses nationwide

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Across the country, schools wrestle with how sexual assault is defined and how much proof is needed.

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How the US is trying to deter migrants from Central America — with music

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A catchy song is getting plenty of play on Central American airwaves, but not everyone knows it was funded by the US government.

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When kids come to see 'Hamilton,' it's noisy downtown

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High school students get a chance to see the hit musical, and a few of them take a turn on stage.

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University of Minn. fires firm to find Kaler's replacement

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Two months into its presidential search, the University of Minnesota dismissed the national firm it hired to lead the process, after Storbeck/Pimentel and Associates was selected to do the same job for Michigan State University.

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Japanese Americans remember 'darkest hour,' on Pearl Harbor Day (with video)

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As the United States geared up to fight World War II, it forced many Japanese Americans into internment camps. But some of those Japanese Americans decided they'd rather fight to defend the United States, despite being treated like supporters of the enemy.

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Munch or not? Experts set to tackle art mystery at Minnesota college

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A longtime Minnesota art mystery may soon be solved, as a new effort launches this week to determine whether a painting at St. Olaf College is by famed artist Edvard Munch — or an imposter.

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One week window opens for teachers to opt out of union dues

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This week, Minnesota teachers and school staff have their first opportunity to opt out of paying union dues since a major Supreme Court decision that allows them to do so.

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There's a science to teaching children to read

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Host Kerri Miller spoke to two education experts on scientifically-based practices that help teachers effectively teach reading to students.

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Astronauts, Family Trees, and Drips

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A special live event from Cooper Union. Andrew Solomon describes his circuitous route to becoming a dad, a cellist makes a disturbing discovery about a neighbor, and astronaut Michael J. Massimino details his high stakes mission to repair the Hubble Space Telescope. Hosted by Jay Allison. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media.

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