Scholarships help non-traditional student Angela Mundis accomplish her goal of earning her bachelor’s degree.
Former Huskies swimmers Robb Rotramel ’13 and Amber (Alexander) Rotramel ’12 got used to taking orders and advice from Coach Jeff Hegle ’93 in their four years at St. Cloud State.
On Nov. 13, 2015, Peggy Kriha Dye ’91 was boarding a plane to Paris to reprise her lead role of Armide in the opera by the same name.[xyz-ihs snippet="Leadquote-close"]
While on an Air France jet that was delayed for takeoff at the airport in Newark, New Jersey, Dye and the rest of the passengers became aware of the terrorist attack playing out in the French capital.
“ZUBAZ!” shouted a first-year student to her friend after spotting a pair of the iconic zebra print leggings branded with St. Cloud State in the Husky Bookstore. Related links Outlook Magazine Entrepreneurship Herberger Business School Little did they know, Zubaz co-founder Bob Truax ’81 was browsing the apparel racks a few feet away. “Some people absolutely
A St. Cloud State University building received a mark with its place in history.
The Riverview building held an unveiling ceremony of the National Register of Historic Places building plaque April 13 in front of Riverview.
When St. Cloud State University sophomore Alexie Portz walks onto the tennis court she steps on with confidence and self-discipline knowing that she’s walking along a path paved by generations before her.
Every Wednesday, the work of The Martin Agency’s creative team led by Chief Creative Officer Joe Alexander ’82 gets a boost in viewership.
The influence of the St. Cloud State Department of Criminal Justice can be seen far and wide.
The Parting Look comes from Alumnus Hequi ’14, who found photography as a way to relax.
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.”