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‘KVSC: Trial by Mob’ to debut on Sunday

Following panel discussion on Wednesday in the Atwood Theater, KVSC plans to air the discussion, starting at 1 p.m., after featuring the “Trial by Mob: The Duluth Lynchings” at noon on Sunday, March 1. “Trial by Mob: The Duluth Lynchings” is based off of a book by Michael Fedo, author of “The Lynchings in Duluth”

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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

Photo Courtesy of Blue Planet Network

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

‘KVSC: Trial by Mob’ to debut on Sunday

Following panel discussion on Wednesday in the Atwood Theater, KVSC plans to air the discussion, starting at 1 p.m., after featuring the “Trial by Mob: The Duluth Lynchings” at noon on Sunday, March 1. “Trial by Mob: The Duluth Lynchings” is based off of a book by Michael Fedo, author of “The Lynchings in Duluth”

Sports

Papp: Sizing up the Husky playoff matchups

The NSIC regular season has concluded and the first-round matches are set. The St. Cloud State women’s team (15-11, 11-11 NSIC) will face Sioux Falls (17-9, 13-9 NSIC) at Halenbeck Hall on Wednesday Feb. 25 at 6 p.m. The men’s team (17-11, 13-9 NSIC) will host Southwest Minnesota State University (12-16, 8-14) at 8 p.m.

Finding time to go climb

Out of the many things on my SCSU to-do list, I finally made my way down to the Climbing Wall in Halenbeck. Lately, and even though it’s still relatively early into spring semester, I’ve felt the pressure of school coming down and wanted to take the edge off by doing something I enjoy, especially before

A & E

Music and Metal collide at MNMade Festival

SCSU’s Performing Arts Center and ISELF hosted the 2nd Annual MNMade Festival Feb. 19 to 21, featuring handmade electronic music and robotics to students and St. Cloud community members. The festival was a,”celebration of handmade electronic music here in Minnesota,” said Kristian Twombly, the co-director of the MNMade Festival. The event featured Tim Kaiser who

Music and Metal collide at MNMade Festival

SCSU’s Performing Arts Center and ISELF hosted the 2nd Annual MNMade Festival Feb. 19 to 21, featuring handmade electronic music and robotics to students and St. Cloud community members. The festival was a,”celebration of handmade electronic music here in Minnesota,” said Kristian Twombly, the co-director of the MNMade Festival. The event featured Tim Kaiser who

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Love is all around for Father John Misty’s new album

Although I claim to be a music encyclopedia, I do have a pattern of not fully appreciating an album until a year or two after it is released. This is true for the album “Fear Fun” by indie folk singer-songwriter Father John Misty. I remember constantly hearing one of the album’s singles, “Hollywood Forever Cemetery

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