St. Cloud State University has more than 250 clubs and organizations. From joining a fraternity, Bowling Club, Swing Dancing Club or Chess Club there are numerous choices, but if you’re an outdoorsmen one may stand out above the rest. The Husky Bass Fishing Club is starting its sixth year and is growing bigger every season.
Broken pieces of china, tiny glass beads and ancient tools are among the treasures bringing St. Cloud State University students one step closer to uncovering the history of the Little Elk Unit at the Charles A. Lindbergh State Park. About 175 years ago, the site was the location of an early Episcopal-Methodist mission established among
Walking into the Kiehl Visual Arts Center this summer visitors won’t just get a chance to see student artwork on display, they may just have a chance to see students at work. Student artists are working this summer to complete a mural of the 41st Lemonade Concert and Art Fair. The School of Art commissioned
The National Stuttering Association (NSA) named the St. Cloud chapter the 2014 Chapter of the Year this July at the organization’s national conference. The St. Cloud chapter, started in October 2012 as a student organization on campus, was honored for “going above and beyond in furthering the hope and empowerment message of the National Stuttering
Graduate student Walid Issa has a mighty dream to create economic and social platforms for global coexistence — a dream fueled by challenging life experiences and powerful learning opportunities. Seeking avenues to world peace — particularly in the Middle East — has been an elusive goal for many. Issa just might have the street cred
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.
St. Cloud State students networked with peers and participated in a day of action and a commitments challenge at the Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U) 2014 meeting at Arizona State University in Tempe, Ariz., in March. The seventh annual conference drew more than 1,000 college students from 50 states and more than 80 countries.
With degrees in hand, St. Cloud State’s newest graduates are ready to take the next step. Many of those graduates are wasting no time and are heading straight into jobs in their fields of study. Related links » Photo gallery: Spring commencement 2013 St. Cloud State graduated 1,574 students spring semester 2013. This included 1,242
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