It’s widely known that George Clooney directed, co-wrote and stars in the film “The Monuments Men,” a depiction of a World War II platoon’s efforts to rescue art masterpieces from Nazi thieves and return them to their owners. What most don’t know is St. Cloud State’s George Selke, president from 1927-46, had a principal role in
In its first season in the National Collegiate Hockey Conference (NCHC), the 27 student-athletes of men’s Husky Hockey won the Penrose Cup league title. The Huskies defeated Colorado College 4-1 March 8 in Colorado Springs and were awarded the Penrose Cup in a locker room ceremony. Coach Bob Motzko ‘87 and the 21-8-5 Huskies finished
Public relations major and world-class Crashed Ice competitor Cameron Naasz, Lakeville, placed third during his home state downhill ice skating competition tour stop in St. Paul, and went on to finish third in the world championship standings. Naasz was in a heated race for first with Austria’s Marco Dallago since the Red Bull tour’s first stop
Haley O’Brien, a 2013-14 senior from Excelsior, has been crowned Miss Minnesota USA 2014. She competed for the Miss USA title during an NBC television broadcast June 8 live from Baton Rouge, La., and made it into the top 20. O’Brien is studying medical biology and psychology, with a minor in chemistry.
Garrison Keillor, host of the nationally syndicated radio show “A Prairie Home Companion,” presented an evening of stories and poems at the Performing Arts Center to support student-created stories and poems at St. Cloud State. There were just 400 tickets available for the intimate “Evening with Garrison Keillor: Stories and Poems” event to raise funds for
Noted aquatic fauna expert Heiko Schoenfuss is featured in a National Science Foundation (NSF) video for his expertise and research about unusual Hawaiian fish. With support from the NSF, the professor of biology along with other scientists and students from St. Cloud State and Clemson universities have made multiple trips to Hawaii to investigate the adaptation
Committed to developing solutions and answering questions for area communities and the region, the School of Public Affairs officially opened its Research Institute in February Under the direction of economics professor King Banian and with the help of graduate assistant Walid Issa ’13 (read more about Issa on page 9), the Research Institute is already
St. Cloud State is working to double its students studying abroad by 2019. Driven to provide students with greater self-awareness, self-confidence and cultural understanding, the university signed a commitment to the Generation Study Abroad initiative through the Institute of International Education (IIE). “Globalization has changed the way the world works, and employers are increasingly looking for
The “Think. Do. Make a Difference.” edition. Includes the 2012-2-13 Annual Report.
We are proud to unveil the new look of Outlook magazine! We are also proud to be able to say that this creative work is was inspired and completed entirely by alumni, students, faculty, staff and friends of the University. St. Cloud State’s institutional and alumni magazine was given a fresh, clean updated look and