Students in Dr. Lindsey Vigesaa’s Theories of Crime and Justice class had the honor of welcoming guests from the Overcomers International Fellowship (OIF) in St. Cloud on March 23. Under the leadership of Pastor Michael Laidlaw, OIF serves as a bridge to men who are released from prison or civil commit, among other populations. OIF residents are
On Friday, Dec. 17, Kerry Koch will walk across the stage and receive her diploma, commemorating her bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice Studies. It will also be the six-year anniversary of her father’s death. To say it will be a serendipitous moment would be an understatement. Koch’s father, Dennis, passed away Dec. 17, 2015 at
Spending their entire lives together, three sets of identical twins found their way to St. Cloud State to pursue careers in law enforcement. Identical twins are a rare occurrence. Seeing identical twins around the campus of St. Cloud State University campus, even rarer. For the past year, the Department of Criminal Justice has three sets
Students in UAS and Spatial Analysis (GEOG 365) experienced drone flight day in a modified capacity due to COVID-19. Professor Kirk Stueve’s GEOG 365 class experienced a modified drone flight day with retired Professor of Geography Benjamin Richason III and Tom Oien, IT Coordinator for the School of Public Affairs. To demonstrate topics discussed in
Warsame Warsame ’20 is the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits (MCN) Central Minnesota regional coordinator and Saint Cloud VISTA coordinator.
When Mandy Cardinal ’10 opened a coffee shop and café in Red Wing, Minnesota five years ago she never imagined the business would have to weather a pandemic. It has.
Mandy’s Coffee & Café opened July 22, 2015 and is the only independent coffee shop in Red Wing with the business core being beverages (coffee, tea, espresso). The café focuses on more than just the product, but on fostering a place for community and connection in Red Wing.
Since professor of economics Lynn MacDonald began facilitating the economics reading group in 2008, she has met with students in person, over dinner, at a local restaurant – hard copies of that week’s book in hand.
In early spring of 2020 the reading group had to be re-imagined due to COVID-19.
Professors of criminal justice John Baker, J.D. and Dr. Shawn Williams pooled together their knowledge, resources, and professional experience for a conversation on the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police.
Six St. Cloud State graduating Fighting Saints Battalion cadets were among 21 commissioned as Second Lieutenants in the United States Army May 9.
Senior Travel and Tourism major Satkar KC has spent much of the year at the Central Minnesota Travel Information Center (TIC). A senior Travel and Tourism major (now Hospitality and Tourism) from Nepal, he is completing his internship at the Center.