A Beautiful World: How citizen scientists can save the world

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Regular people can help professional researchers extend their reach.

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Boosted by a Walz, teens press new governor on climate change

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Dozens of teenagers packed the governor's office on the third day of the new administration, asking for 100-percent renewable energy, no new pipelines and greenhouse gas emissions regulations.

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Inside a Minnesota high school where climate change is the focus

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Apple Valley high school students are learning science that could help save themselves and future generations from the worst of climate change's impending effects.

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St. Paul principal confronts a new kind of bully: student homelessness

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Ryan Vernosh's recent scramble to find a home for one of his students and their family left him frustrated and angry. "No child should have to question where their head's going to lay down at night."

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U of M study warns a dangerous opioid combination is becoming more common

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A study from the University of Minnesota showed that the number of patients being prescribed opioids and benzodiazepines at the same time has been increasing.

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Minnesota's new ed chief doesn't want to arm teachers

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Mary Cathryn Ricker, a former teacher, disagrees with a Trump administration guideline for school safety that includes arming school personnel.

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Love, Serve and Protect

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In this hour, stories of heroes, mentors, and our greatest supporters. A Coast Guard rescue swimmer considers his career, a lawyer learns the meaning of justice, and a songstress pens lyrics for her loved one. Hosted by The Moth's Senior Director, Meg Bowles. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media.

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Minnesota education chief's 5 lessons learned

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State Education Commissioner Brenda Cassellius steps down soon after eight years overseeing Minnesota public schools. She's visited classrooms across the state, and she said there are a few things Minnesotans should know.

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African American Studies celebrates 50 years at the U of M

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This year marks the 50-year anniversary of the start of the African American Studies department at the University of Minnesota. The University established the department in 1969, but only after pressure and protests from black student activists.

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Warren MacKenzie, world famous potter, dies

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Warren MacKenzie's ceramic pots are sought after by collectors and museums, but he said he was proud of being able to sell them for daily use, on the honor system.

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Family Photos, Grandmothers, Legos, and Revenge

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A family reunites around a hospital bed, a grandmother shares wisdom (and a beer) with her grandson, a third-grade teacher underestimates the power of Legos, and a bullied teen plots revenge. Hosted by The Moth’s Executive Producer, Sarah Austin Jenness. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media.

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Prodigy and persistence: Meet Twin Cities painter Fina Mooney

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An up-and-coming painter from northeast Minneapolis who's won awards and international scholarships, Fina Mooney may be prepared to settle an age-old artistic debate: Are artists born or made?

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Walz names education, corrections agency heads

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Gov.-elect Tim Walz picked Mary Cathryn Ricker to head the Education Department, Dennis Olson for higher education and Paul Schnell to head corrections.

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Regents approve $640,000 salary for new University of Minnesota president

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Joan Gabel, currently provost at the University of South Carolina, was the sole finalist for the Minnesota job. She succeeds Eric Kaler.

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New University of Minnesota's leader gets high praise from colleague

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The University of Minnesota regents approved hiring Joan Gabel as the university's next president. If hired, Gabel will be the university's first female president.

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