St. Cloud State University alumni are busy helping improve reading and mathematics skills this year through volunteering with the Minnesota Reading and Math corps.
International visionary professor Achyuta Samanta, social entrepreneur, philanthropist, educator and 2014 Gusi Peace Prize Laureate, speaks at St. Cloud State Sept. 23.
St. Cloud State University and the City of St. Cloud officially closed on a land swap deal for George Friedrich Park with a signing on Friday.
St. Cloud State Campus Recreation has added another “larger than life” activity for students to keep active. Knockerballs are now on campus.
World-renowned cellist Pablo Mahave-Veglia opens the second annual Creative Art Series.
The students of Heels and a Stage Theatre Company are welcoming their classmates back to campus with a presentation of the fairytale mock-comedy “The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon.”
Everything new Huskies need to know about events and happenings to welcome them to campus is part of Huskies First Four — a new concept that includes students’ first four, days, weeks and months at St. Cloud State University.
Community Garden Organizer Tracy Ore shares the life lessons she’s learned through her work with the garden during a TEDx talk.
With a sunny personality, a lack of cooking skills and a drive to find adventure and bring people together, Bettendorf was a perfect home cook candidate for Food Network’s sixth season of “America’s Worst Cooks.”
Valerie Knopp recognized for exceptional student employment work in the Finanical Aid Office.