Category Archives: Campuses

Writing Tips: Commonly Confused Words

It’s pretty easy to get them confused and most spellcheckers won’t help you correct them either. The English language has a lot of words that either look alike, sound alike or, worst of all, look and sounds alike but have completely different meanings. Here is a list of often confused words: affect/effect WRONG: No amount
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Student, Staff & Faculty Awarded at MCCA Conference

Last month, Globe University & Minnesota School of Business (GU & MSB) student, staff and faculty were awarded at the Minnesota Career College Association (MCCA) Professional Development Conference as Student of the Year, Staff of the Year and Faculty of the Year. Student of the Year went to Lindsey Main, who started her education in the
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Globe Graduate Adopts Shelter Dog She Met on Woodbury Campus

If you are looking for a furry new member of the family, start by checking out adopting and looking to your local shelters. There are so many sweet dogs and cats that would love nothing more than to be the newest member of your family! In honor of Adopt a Shelter Dog Month, recent Globe University graduate
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Halloween: More than Costumes and Candy?

Halloween was originally known as All Hallows’ Eve back in the eighth century, when people would have bonfires and wore costumes to ward off ghosts, according to The History Channel. This celebration of superstition has turned into something very different than what once was. Today, Halloween has turned into not only pumpkins, costumes and candy,
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Passion for Helping Students: MSB-Richfield Director of Career Services

“It’s an awesome feeling to get the chance to get the full perspective of the education process,” said Diana Welter, instructor and director of career services at the Minnesota School of Business (MSB) – Richfield campus. Diana has worked in the education field for more than 20 years. She continues to comment on how she
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Globe University-Eau Claire Helps Local Little League Organization

There is something special about a little league game. The sights, the sounds and smells of a game are special to both players and spectators. But what happens to the fields when there are no games to be played? No popcorn to be served or hits to applaud? This is the part of the little league that many
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Interview Tips: Answering the Hard Questions

In one of the PD 200 classes (professional development), a student asked why they have to answer interview questions like: “Why should I hire you for this job?”  She thought that since her resume’ was clear and she’s already in the interview questions like that are redundant. I assured her that since she was in her
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