The St. Cloud State Chamber Orchestra and Collective Chamber Ensemble will present a diverse program at 7:30 p.m. April 10 in the Performing Arts Center’s Ruth Gant Recital Hall.
Comedy, drama and love will be the themes when students take to the stage for an evening of student-directed one-act plays April 9-12 to open the 2015 Festival of Student Work.
A three-time Paralympian in archery and St. Cloud State rehabilitation counseling student will speak at 2 p.m. April 13 in the Atwood Memorial Center ballroom.
The rehabilitation counseling department is seeking to bring awareness of the ability that people with disabilities have with “Embracing the Difference: The Ability Event” April 13.
Benjamin Bourgoin, Inver Grove Heights, was selected as a 2015 Newman Civic Fellow by Campus Compact for his commitment and leadership in community issues.
Almost a dozen cultural resources management graduate students participating in their program through a distance learning alternative to attending on campus.
The St. Cloud State Social Responsibility Student Organization (SRSO) is offering a series of workshops focused on social and environmental justice this spring.
Social work students are putting their time, talents and creativity into Project 325 in 320, an effort to raise awareness about homelessness in the St. Cloud area.
St. Cloud State’s Dallas Hahn, St. Michael, earned first place in corporate finance at the career development competition Feb. 26-27 in Minneapolis.
Building wells in Africa, inspiring farmers in Nepal and inspiring students close to home — these are the goals of students who have made a Clinton Global Initiative Commitment to Action. Fifteen students attended the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) University meeting March 6-8 at the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Fla., to network, attend