hunt. A group of St. Cloud State University students and their professor are looking for the remains of a cabin that would have stood back in the 1840s.
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The first stop on the art tour of the St. Cloud State campus is “Opening Change” found in the University Library within the Miller Center.
The second stop on the St. Cloud State University Art tour is the World Commons Garden located between Administrative Services and Centennial Hall.
Stop three incorporates three pieces of artwork found on the plaza between the Performing Arts Center and Atwood Memorial Center.
The Atwood Theatre Lounge features murals honoring the university’s past and present while celebrating the promise of the future.
The fifth stop on the University art tour is “Odin” by Roger Schwitalla.
The sixth stop on the St. Cloud State University art tour is “Infinite Voices” by Janet Lofquist in front of Lawrence Hall.
The next stop on the art tour is Stewart Hall where there is a History display on the second floor.
Now head to the shining steel statue on the lawn. “Perspectives” was built by Charles Huntington in 1990 as a centerpiece on campus.