St. Cloud State University staff, friends and news reporters gather on Friday, June 17th in the Administration building at SCSU for a press conference and news briefing on the details of President Potter. Photo by Jessie Wade

SCSU President Potter dies in I-694 crash

St. Cloud State University’s President, Earl H. Potter III died on Monday night in a one-vehicle crash, according to a statement from Steven Rosenstone, Chancellor of MNSCU at approximately 1:00 am on Tuesday morning. Potter was on his way to the Twin Cities to meet with the Foundation Board Chair. “Earl’s passing is a huge loss to SCSU,


Thibodeau brings hope to Timberwolves

It was a tough season for the Minnesota Timberwolves as the team lost their head coach, Flip Saunders, to cancer at the beginning of the season. Sam Mitchell took over as the interim head coach. Mitchell would lead the team to a 29-53 record and finished 13 overall in the Western Conference. The team would

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Welded sculptures from car parts are on display within the grass on Thursday, June 23rd at the Lemonade Concert & Art Fair on SCSU's campus. Photo by Jessie Wade

Lemonade Concert & Art Fair hits SCSU campus

The 43rd annual Lemonade Concert & Art Fair took place on the St. Cloud State University campus this past Thursday, with a collection of home-made art ranging from photography to robot sculptures welded from car parts. Live music played throughout the day and was concluded with the St. Cloud Symphony Orchestra concert in the Atwood


HF 3396 creates inner conflict for the millennial Republican

My name is Kayla Shelley and I am the chair of SCSU College Republicans. I’ve supported collegiate leaders that represent this party’s platform and interned for national campaigns, believing that conservative leaders are best for this country. I believe in a smaller central government, the preservation of individual rights, the importance of a private business sector, a balanced


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SCSU Men’s Hockey Photo Gallery: NCHC Frozen Faceoff

The St. Cloud State men’s hockey team played in the NCHC Frozen Faceoff tournament this past weekend and won the conference championship at the Target Center in Minneapolis Saturday night. The team played Denver on Friday in the NCHC Semifinals, beating the Pioneers 4-2 to advance to the championship game against Minnesota-Duluth. Joey Benik, David


A review of S. A. Eberwein’s “Cash Your Investment”

In this 162-page quick read for the avid college mind, S.A. Eberwein discusses basic tactics used to take advantage of all aspects of your recent education and how to apply them towards finding a top-rate first job in your field of study. This being his first published work, the book provides tips on everything from resume writing to