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Banaian beyond the candidacy

If Dr. King Banaian, the new permanent dean of the School of Public Affairs, could describe his 31 years of experience at SCSU in one word, it would be “fulfilling.” Throughout the time spent here, he has worked as a professor, former state legislator, head of the economics department, research director and the interim dean of

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SCSU alumnus makes a difference, one mile at a time

The roadblocks David Christof has endured through his long distance runs are nothing compared to the perils affecting those he is running for. Thursday night, SCSU welcomed back an alum that has accomplished challenging feats with a mission to fundraise and raise awareness to the issue of safe drinking water. Originally from the Czech Republic, Christof

Banaian beyond the candidacy

If Dr. King Banaian, the new permanent dean of the School of Public Affairs, could describe his 31 years of experience at SCSU in one word, it would be “fulfilling.” Throughout the time spent here, he has worked as a professor, former state legislator, head of the economics department, research director and the interim dean of

Sports

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Local boarders claimed prizes at ‘Campus Cruz’

The Youth Shelter Supply’s “Campus Cruz” attracted nearly 50 local skateboarders and longboarders on Saturday. Boarders were invited to stop by the shop for a barbecue behind the shop, and then just around 3 p.m. the Cruz, a campus-wide scavenger hunt, began with maps being handed out so boarders could take off. After filling up on hot dogs,

The 2015 Masters Tournament, who to watch

Watching Gerry Lester “Bubba” Watson tear up last year as he won his second green jacket in three years reminded me why I love the game of golf. Better yet, why I love the Masters Tournament. The perfection of Augusta National Golf Club’s architecture and design by arguably the greatest golfer of all time, Bobby

Photo by Gustin Schumacher

Local boarders claimed prizes at ‘Campus Cruz’

The Youth Shelter Supply’s “Campus Cruz” attracted nearly 50 local skateboarders and longboarders on Saturday. Boarders were invited to stop by the shop for a barbecue behind the shop, and then just around 3 p.m. the Cruz, a campus-wide scavenger hunt, began with maps being handed out so boarders could take off. After filling up on hot dogs,

2015 Iron Leaf builds momentum and community

From what started as an idea to bring people together and enjoy the sport of disc golf, the Iron Leaf Disc Golf Tournament has bloomed into something that even founders Brandon Klaphake and Ben Sorenson didn’t see coming. Setting their sights within a reasonable turnout in their first year, 12 members of the community gathered

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Annual Edible Book festival event at Miller Center

In Celebration of National Library Appreciation week, the Miller Center hosted its annual “Edible Book Festival” on Tuesday, April 14. The event was held in the main foyer of the library from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Entries were displayed on tables for students, faculty, staff members and families in the community to vote on their

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Annual Edible Book festival event at Miller Center

In Celebration of National Library Appreciation week, the Miller Center hosted its annual “Edible Book Festival” on Tuesday, April 14. The event was held in the main foyer of the library from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Entries were displayed on tables for students, faculty, staff members and families in the community to vote on their

Downtown art gallery premiered ‘Industrial Erosion’

The Gallery Vault art gallery downtown St. Cloud premiered “Industrial Erosion,” an art exhibition featuring the photography work of SCSU Photojournalism major Erica Riley on Thursday, March 19. With her photographs, Riley recorded the physical changes that buildings are forced to endure after they’re abandoned and left to erode away or be rebuilt. The photographs she featured

Opinion

Letter from the editor: Jeremiah Graves farewell

Dear University Chronicle, It’s been quite some time since we first met, but I’ll never forget the feeling the first time I saw my name written on your ninth page. It wasn’t a feeling of pride, it wasn’t the fact that I thought I was a great writer, it was purely the fact that you allowed

Letter from the editor: Jeremiah Graves farewell

Dear University Chronicle, It’s been quite some time since we first met, but I’ll never forget the feeling the first time I saw my name written on your ninth page. It wasn’t a feeling of pride, it wasn’t the fact that I thought I was a great writer, it was purely the fact that you allowed

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