Spring for the Students tickets now available!

By mmtwincities | April 11, 2017 | 0 Comments

Tickets to our Spring for the Students event are on sale now.  Come celebrate our students and help us continue to broaden their horizons and prepare them for college success. Click here to buy your tickets and for more information. See you there!

Prepare for Takeoff

By Minds Matter Twin Cities | July 22, 2013

I am very excited to travel alone. This will be my first time traveling outside Minnesota without my family. I’m also thrilled about going to Baltimore. I will finally be able to see the different places I learned about. I must admit, I’m terrified of landing planes. I am not certain when or why this…

NERVOUSEXCITEDSTRESSEDANDTIRED

By Minds Matter Twin Cities | July 22, 2013

To describe how I feel right now in one word, I’d say I am.. NERVOUSexcitedstressedandtired. I’ve had so much on my plate this summer. I was at the U of M Minneapolis campus (June 17th – July 3rd) taking their SHIP (Summer History Immersion Program) program, studying LGBTQ History but Anita Bryant more specifically. Now…

Life as a New Yorker

By Minds Matter Twin Cities | July 22, 2013

It is HUMID, not only hot but very humid in New York. I already miss the chills of Minnesota. The weather is also really bipolar because one minute it is pouring rain, and the sun was shining the next. I thought only Minnesota had crazy weather, but New York is chaotic! NSLC stops for nothing;…

A day in the life of a Northwestern bioethics student

By Minds Matter Twin Cities | July 15, 2013

Hi, ladies and gentlemen. My name is Kongpheng Lee and I am 16 years old. I am going to be a junior this year at North High School in Minneapolis, Minnesota. I am currently in a Bioethics seminar at Northwestern University that lasts 2 weeks. I’ll tell you a little more about my typical day…

Anthony takes Cincinnati!

By Minds Matter Twin Cities | July 15, 2013

My typical day at Xavier consists of waking up at 7:15 every morning of the week to eat breakfast. After breakfast, I walk to my first class with all of my classmates and I start my first class of the day. This class goes from 8:45 to 11:45. After this class I have lunch until I have to…

Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (Jame See's Special NSLC Edition)

By Minds Matter Twin Cities | July 8, 2013

Hello followers, readers, bloggers, people, aliens, or however you classify yourself, It’s already time for me to leave to New York. I feel like it was only yesterday that I began to fill out the application. I’m so excited to be in New York and study theatre arts; it’s like a dream come true. I…

Seeing What The World Has To Offer

By Minds Matter Twin Cities | July 2, 2013

I am mostly excited about finally arriving at Cincinnati and seeing everything that I have done finally pay off. I am really excited to actually start the program; I have no idea what to expect the program to be about. All I know is what they told me on the acceptance letter, but I am…

Next stop, Northwestern!

By Minds Matter Twin Cities | July 1, 2013

I am most excited about learning more about Bioethics because I don’t know much about it. I am a very curious person and always enjoy learning new things. Whether they’re little things such as tying your shoes or something as big as driving a car. I look forward to learning more in depth about Bioethics…

Just Another Day…

By Minds Matter Twin Cities | July 1, 2013

Hey everyone! I’m typing this next entry reluctantly. I have been typing for the past two days, perfecting things and being very detailed. I had written over 3,000 words and counting when it decided to delete everything. Me, being the lazy person I am, have now decided to just make a condensed version unfortunately. So before…

Jaelynne's Roller Coaster Ride to Northwestern

By Minds Matter Twin Cities | June 25, 2013

Let me first apologize to my followers(that’s the correct name for you guys, right? Maybe readers is more culturally correct?)  for the delay. This last week before I leave has been busy. I started work at the Minnesota Department of Revenue this week. In the evenings I was a camp counselor for my church. The…