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Continued: Art school supporters seeking reprieve for St. Paul college

  • Article by: KEVIN DUCHSCHERE , Star Tribune
  • Last update: March 29, 2013 - 8:59 PM

The college’s closing also would have an impact on the Ramsey Hill neighborhood, where students make a second home out of establishments like Nina’s Cafe, the popular coffee shop across the street from the CVA gallery.

“We are going to miss them so much,” said owner June Berkowitz. “It is so heart-wrenching for me because that’s what I love so much about this corner. I just don’t want to lose the artists. I just love being around them.”


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  • The 89-year-old College of Visual Arts in St. Paul announced in January that it will close its doors at the end this semester because of falling enrollment and rising costs.

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