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Declining enrollment forces SCSU to face financial deficit

Financial difficulties due to declining enrollment have effected almost every institution in the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (MnSCU) system. However, as one of the largest institutions among the 31 different colleges and universities, St. Cloud State University’s nearly $10 million deficit for fiscal year 2015 has left the university facing tough budget cuts campus

Civil rights addressed at book discussion

Christopher Lehman, ethnic studies professor, led a discussion of his newest book, “Power, Politics and the Decline of the Civil Rights Movement,” Thursday morning in the Miller Center that sparked conversation about contemporary issues around civil rights. Just after 9 a.m., faculty, staff and students took their seats around the table. Lalita Subrahmanyan, director of

Hong Kong’s actions for local geopolitics

Dr. Alvin HungChi Yu, professor of Geography and Planning, gave an informative presentation on Tuesday about the Umbrella Revolution happening in Hong Kong. This presentation was part of the International Education week at SCSU. According to Yu, from September 26 people in Hong Kong have been protesting due to a new law set by the

Declining enrollment forces SCSU to face financial deficit

Financial difficulties due to declining enrollment have effected almost every institution in the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (MnSCU) system. However, as one of the largest institutions among the 31 different colleges and universities, St. Cloud State University’s nearly $10 million deficit for fiscal year 2015 has left the university facing tough budget cuts campus

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Men’s basketball drops game

The St. Cloud State Men’s Basketball team watched from afar as the University of Wisconsin-Parkside spoiled the home opener with a 76-65 victory. The Huskies had some issues throughout the game that won’t exactly show up on the stat sheet like: lacking a sense of urgency during certain stretches of the game, a slow start

Civil rights addressed at book discussion

Christopher Lehman, ethnic studies professor, led a discussion of his newest book, “Power, Politics and the Decline of the Civil Rights Movement,” Thursday morning in the Miller Center that sparked conversation about contemporary issues around civil rights. Just after 9 a.m., faculty, staff and students took their seats around the table. Lalita Subrahmanyan, director of

Men’s basketball drops game

The St. Cloud State Men’s Basketball team watched from afar as the University of Wisconsin-Parkside spoiled the home opener with a 76-65 victory. The Huskies had some issues throughout the game that won’t exactly show up on the stat sheet like: lacking a sense of urgency during certain stretches of the game, a slow start

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Civil rights addressed at book discussion

Christopher Lehman, ethnic studies professor, led a discussion of his newest book, “Power, Politics and the Decline of the Civil Rights Movement,” Thursday morning in the Miller Center that sparked conversation about contemporary issues around civil rights. Just after 9 a.m., faculty, staff and students took their seats around the table. Lalita Subrahmanyan, director of

International

Hong Kong’s actions for local geopolitics

Dr. Alvin HungChi Yu, professor of Geography and Planning, gave an informative presentation on Tuesday about the Umbrella Revolution happening in Hong Kong. This presentation was part of the International Education week at SCSU. According to Yu, from September 26 people in Hong Kong have been protesting due to a new law set by the

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