St. Cloud State University firmly etched 2012-13 into the men’s Husky Hockey record books with a season that included four historic firsts for the University. Related links » More about Huskies in the Frozen Four » Drew LeBlanc Husky career highlights The Huskies posted a 4-2 victory over Wisconsin in Madison on March 8, earning St.
The phrase student-athlete rang true throughout 2012-13 as St. Cloud State student-athletes excelled in intercollegiate competition and academics. Several student-athletes won National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA) Division II individual national championships and were named to Capital One Academic All-America teams. To top it all off, seven Husky teams won conference titles. Senior Shamus O’Grady, Coon
Politicians and educators puffed in mutual pride and congratulation last Wednesday as St. Cloud State University dedicated its new Integrated Science and Engineering Laboratory Facility, better known by its acronym, ISELF.
I encourage you to read your Outlook magazine (Winter 2012). … You’ll be sorry if you pitch it right in the recycle! All facets of Halenbeck are highlighted in this issue. There’s a great piece on the Human Performance Lab in the Kinesiology Department, as well as features on Ivan Bartha in Campus Recreation and
St. Cloud State and eight of its students earned advertising honors at the Central Minnesota ADDY Awards ceremony at the Paramount Theatre in St. Cloud. The University’s television campaign won two professional-level gold ADDY Awards with its 60- and 90-second video profiles. The videos use the tagline “You’ll think. You’ll do. You’ll make a
St. Cloud State student media racked up more than 30 awards already this year for their efforts in 2012 and 2013. Student media awards lists UTVS TV KVSC 88.1 FM University Chronicle UTVS campus television station manager and Husky Productions producer, Matt Szymanski, Sauk Rapids, won a Best of Festival Award and $1,000 from the
In just a few days in April, St. Cloud State University’s UTVS Television earned more than 25 awards from the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ), Northwest Broadcast News Association (NBNA), Broadcast Education Association (BEA) and the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences’ (NATAS) Upper Midwest Chapter. Included among the awards were 15 first place
KVSC 88.1 FM recorded six first place Associated Press awards and five honorable mentions at the Midwest Journalism Conference in April. “We did well in various aspects of the awards,” said Amelia Rowland, KVSC news director, who received three Associated Press awards. “Our staff works very hard throughout the year and to be recognized for
The University Chronicle, the student-run newspaper of St. Cloud State University, received 19 awards during this year’s Minnesota Newspaper Associate College Better Newspaper contest on Jan. 24. The College Better Newspaper contest recognizes the best work being done in college publications throughout the state during the past year. It is the companion contest to the
College graduates will see more opportunities for employment in 2013, according to the ninth annual MN College Job Outlook survey. Related links View the MN College Job Outlook summary. Half the employers surveyed plan to increase their hiring, which is up from 36.4 percent in 2012 and is the highest since 2007. Industries most likely