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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

Keynote speaker lectures on fair pay for workers

The 2015 “Global Goes Local conference: the Social Conditions of Immigrant Workers and Families in Minnesota” featured keynote speaker Veronica Mendez Moore, an organizer from Cetnro de Trabadajores Unidoes en Lucha (CTUL), on Tuesday in the Cascade room. Starting at 12:30 pm, she started her lecture titled “Immigrant Workers and Building Low Wage Workers’ Power

Sports

Spring trails might help curve student stress

With another month of school keeping students to the grind, nearby trails this spring might help break up the day and take down the creeping stress accompanied by finals week. If you find some downtime in your schedule, there are a number of places to burn off some steam near SCSU. Most of the trail

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

Spring trails might help curve student stress

With another month of school keeping students to the grind, nearby trails this spring might help break up the day and take down the creeping stress accompanied by finals week. If you find some downtime in your schedule, there are a number of places to burn off some steam near SCSU. Most of the trail

Huskies drop five of six on the road

A tough week on the road for the SCSU softball team dropped their record from 18-12, 4-3 NSIC to 19-17, 5-7 NSIC as they posted a 1-5 record in three doubleheaders coming against Northern State, Upper Iowa and Winona State. SCSU was outscored 39-14 in their six games, giving up leads in three of their

A & E

Local downtown gallery premieres “Second to Last”

The Gallery Vault, a student run art gallery in downtown St. Cloud, held the opening to “Second to Last,” an art exhibit featuring the work of SCSU Fine Arts student Gavriella Aguilar on Thursday, March 26. “Narrative potential in the subtleties of simple mundane tasks and materials, associated with an everyday domestic setting were shown

Poets came to celebrate National Poetry Month

Poets Katrina Vandenberg and Gretchen Marquette visited SCSU on Wednesday to celebrate National Poetry Month. Vandenberg, professor at Hamline University, and Marquette, a 2007 SCSU graduate–who came with “The Gretchen File,” collection of her work that she had as a undergraduate–started the reading at 7 p.m. in the Miller Center by sharing pieces that inspired them.

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

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

One Minority that SCSU does not support

Saint Cloud State University prides itself on being a “tobacco free” campus. However, what could be the selling point for some prospective SCSU students could also be a major inconvenience and flaw on campus to current and prospective students, faculty members and visitors. It is completely understandable for non-smokers to oppose the constant exposure of

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