Viva Oromoia is the theme celebrating Oromo Night at 6 p.m. April 25 in the Atwood Memorial Center.
More than 400 students participated in the 2015 Student Research Colloquium event April 21, showcasing their work through paper, poster or creative work presentations.
After spending decades blocked off to users, George Friedrich Park is moving closer to opening to the public.
The visibility is bright for two St. Cloud State University meteorology students, who earned the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Ernest F. Hollings Scholarship Award for 2015.
The Minnesota Highway Safety and Research Center’s Teen Collision Avoidance Initiative at St. Cloud State University earned of a $25,000 grant from State Farm Insurance to help protect young drivers.
Six broadcasters from St. Cloud State’s student-run radio station 88.1 FM KVSC earned awards, including three top honors, in the 2014 Minnesota Associated Press Broadcasters news contest.
Twelve groups and two individuals were honored with 2015 Student Organization Awards from St. Cloud State University and the Department of Campus Involvement.
About 2,000 7th-12th grade students from across Minnesota are traveling to St. Cloud State University to compete in a one-day math contest.
The Women’s Center at St. Cloud State University will recognize Sexual Assault Awareness Month with a series of events in April.
Writers, prospective writers, educators and more will again gather for the annual June 15-18 at St. Cloud State University’s Mississippi River Creative Writing Workshop.