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
Husky Productions students Elizabeth Burda, Patrick Crooks, Brittany Rooney and Matt Bohach will accept a Best of Festival award at a national convention April 13 in Las Vegas. They are among 17 UTVS TV, Husky Productions and KVSC 88.1 FM students honored by the Broadcast Education Association (BEA) Festival of Media Arts.
Michael Skovera, biomedical sciences major, proposed to Kayla Huberty at center ice during Late Skate, sponsored by the University Program Board in the Herb Brooks National Hockey Center on Valentine’s Day — and she said yes. The couple met in high school, but didn’t start dating until April 2012 shortly after Skovera joined the Army
Chad Robinson, a 2014 magna cum laude accounting graduate, is the collegian of the year for the national professional business fraternity, Delta Sigma Pi.
Theater students have taken inspiration from the 1950s TV era in their production of Thornton Wilder’s Pulitzer Prize winning play “The Skin of Our Teeth.” The play premieres at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 24 on the Performing Arts Center Stage, with performances running through March 1. Directed by professor Jeffrey Bleam, “The Skin of Our Teeth”
University Chronicle writers brought home seven awards from the Minnesota Newspaper Association’s Better Newspaper Contest in January, including four first place honors.
The 1920 lynching of three young black men in Duluth will be retold in a KVSC 88.1 FM radio drama airing noon March 1. A preview and free public discussion and program launch is at 7 p.m. Feb. 25 in the Atwood Memorial Center theater.