“Shades of Love” will celebrate black culture, community and love Feb. 14 in Atwood Memorial Center. The event hosted by the Council of African American Studies includes a dinner at 5 p.m. and a show at 6 p.m. in the Atwood Ballroom. “There are many stereotypes about blacks, and we want to educate people on
[AUDIO] Hundreds of students from all over the upper Midwest – and a few from as far as Massachusetts – are on SCSU’s campus to build leadership skills at the sixth annual Power in Diversity Leadership Conference.
More than 500 students, faculty, staff and advisers from Minnesota State Colleges and Universities and other institutions gathered Jan. 29-Feb. 1 at St. Cloud State University for the annual Power in Diversity Leadership Conference. The conference featured six keynote speakers, several presentations, workshops and discussions, and a Diversity Job and Internship Fair featuring 85 employers.
What started as a few pointed workshops to give visiting students from the Universidad de Concepción, Chile, a chance to give a presentation has grown into an annual event that is providing a bridge between Latino families and Central Minnesota services. St. Cloud State University Continuing Studies organizes the annual Latino Health Fair each January. The
Nineteen ceramic artists from across the state are coming together for the “Captivating Clay” exhibition at Gallery Saint Germain, including St. Cloud State University emerging artist Lizzi Feldhege.
Students from the Husky Growth Fund traveled to Chicago in November to network with multiple finance industry leaders. The trip offered a variety of travel experiences and seminars giving students opportunities to network and educate themselves on real life aspects of finance.
Dede Gaetz ’81 ’87 is one of five league skaters who are St. Cloud State alumnae for the SCAR Dolls. Three are current students. All a bringing the sport of roller derby back to the spotlight.
Workers in the Visualization Lab are developing life-saving software. They’ve begun working with Oculus Rift technology. They’re making chemistry even more hands on. And they’re just getting started.
The November production of “Hamlet” showcased three alumni — Tyler Haugen ’14 directed, Jessica Smith ’11 directed fights and choreographed dances and Adam Raine ’09 designed lighting for the show. Related links Creative Arts Series “Hamlet” photo gallery The production was part of the School of the Arts’ new Creative Arts Series created to highlight
The No. 3 top play on ESPN and No. 1 on Fox Sports Live was from Saturday’s Huskies contest against Western Michigan. It was recorded by Husky Productions and aired as national television.