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Global Goes Local Conference this April

The 2015 Global Goes Local Conference is coming to SCSU’s Atwood Memorial Center from April 6 to 7. The conference has a number of events scheduled from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Monday, and starting at 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday, concluding the conference at 2 p.m. The conference features a series of panels and speakers,

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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

Global Goes Local Conference this April

The 2015 Global Goes Local Conference is coming to SCSU’s Atwood Memorial Center from April 6 to 7. The conference has a number of events scheduled from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Monday, and starting at 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday, concluding the conference at 2 p.m. The conference features a series of panels and speakers,

Sports

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

Disney’s live action Cinderella is pretty to look at

I don’t think it’s a secret, Disney has managed to turn princess movies into a separate genre and has a diabolical marketing scheme. How many gigantic displays of Frozen-related marketing have you seen in stores? Do you catch yourself hearing “Let it Go” on the radio and slightly groaning? How many Elsas came to your

An intersection of art, music and electronics shown at ISELF

Music, electronics and art were combined in a presentation given at the ISELF building Wednesday. Tristan Perich, New York composer and artist, premiered his “Machine Drawing” in the ISELF lobby, with a musical performance with Professor Terry Vermillion as well. As part of the School of the Arts’ Creative Arts Series, Perich’s “Machine Drawing” will

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

Disney’s live action Cinderella is pretty to look at

I don’t think it’s a secret, Disney has managed to turn princess movies into a separate genre and has a diabolical marketing scheme. How many gigantic displays of Frozen-related marketing have you seen in stores? Do you catch yourself hearing “Let it Go” on the radio and slightly groaning? How many Elsas came to your

Opinion

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

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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