Broken pieces of china, tiny glass beads and ancient tools are among the treasures bringing St. Cloud State University students one step closer to uncovering the history of the Little Elk Unit at the Charles A. Lindbergh State Park. About 175 years ago, the site was the location of an early Episcopal-Methodist mission established among
Walking into the Kiehl Visual Arts Center this summer visitors won’t just get a chance to see student artwork on display, they may just have a chance to see students at work. Student artists are working this summer to complete a mural of the 41st Lemonade Concert and Art Fair. The School of Art commissioned
When Kristen (Spiczka) Whitley’s St. Cloud State University art classmates were focused on gaining experience in different types of media, she always focused on the use of art for healing. It was her goal to become an art therapist and help others through art. Art therapists are similar to other mental health professionals, but they
The National Stuttering Association (NSA) named the St. Cloud chapter the 2014 Chapter of the Year this July at the organization’s national conference. The St. Cloud chapter, started in October 2012 as a student organization on campus, was honored for “going above and beyond in furthering the hope and empowerment message of the National Stuttering
Author Eva Mozes Kor shared her Auschwitz survival story at presentation
St. Cloud State University is hosting the Information Assurance, Network and Software Security Symposium (IANSS) from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday, May 1, in the Cascade Room, Atwood Memorial Center, on campus.