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Elijah Pitchford (left), Keyshawn Davis and Isaiah Pitchford after competing together.

Spring athletics continues, transfers rise

As the spring season for athletics is rounding the corner, many athletes have come forward to acknowledge that lacing up and competing under red and black will soon be over. St. Cloud State’s Interim Director of Media Relations Tom Nelson confirmed a minimum of 16 athletes from the men’s track and field team have announced

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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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Photo contributed by Nick Streiff

Purple pours all over Minneapolis

Dearly beloved, we are gathered here today to get through this thing called life The news that the iconic musical legend Prince, passing away on Thursday, April 21 was confirmed by his publicist, Yvette Noel-Schure. He was found deceased at his recording studio in his Paisely Park home in Chanhassen, Minn. on Thursday morning, as TMZ reported. “It

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Want to be more involved on campus? Go rock climbing

When I began this, my final semester of my undergraduate degree at St. Cloud State, I found myself entering a period of reflection on my years as a student here—about the experiences I’ve had and the friends I’ve made. And, as reflection is usually a mixed bag, I’ve also spent time considering the things I

Want to be more involved on campus? Go rock climbing

When I began this, my final semester of my undergraduate degree at St. Cloud State, I found myself entering a period of reflection on my years as a student here—about the experiences I’ve had and the friends I’ve made. And, as reflection is usually a mixed bag, I’ve also spent time considering the things I

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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Photo by Maddie MacFarlane

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

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Daredevil S2: Still strong despite minor blind spots

Human superhero-themed comics were always my favorite to read. While heroes that could defy gravity or crush a truck with just their thoughts are cool in concept, they almost always fall into the trap of any powered-up character, power creep. A term used frequently in game communities of all kinds, power creep in this case

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