Try Sarah Bettendorf’s recipe for chicken pesto with roasted tomato linguine.
The swimming community is very tight knit. St. Cloud State’s Alex Bryson ’15 learned this first hand in high school. His daily reminder for seizing opportunities in life doesn’t come without a price.
Trivia Weekend’s players, score keepers and writers have adapted to the evolution of technology throughout the event’s 36 year history.
The Parting Look comes from St. Cloud State Education Abroad photo contest winner Thomas Lee,
(Above) Dancers perform “The Impression of the Lotus,” a traditional dance at the Chinese Students and Scholars Association’s 2014 China Night. Related links Vew photo gallery The night is one of more than a dozen cultural festivals being held this year at St. Cloud State. The festivals, which feature dance, dress and foods of cultures across
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.
Through an effort led by professor Dennis Bristow, the Department of Marketing and Northwestern Mutual are focused on meeting the workforce demands of the state and the region through the Northwestern Mutual Sales Lab.
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.
Galaway Foundation co-founder and President Andy Galaway ’90 has 10 years experience in child welfare services including child protection in rural Minnesota and with private child foster care agencies in Nevada and Colorado. He also is a founding member of WhimSpire child placement agency in Colorado. In 2013, the Galaway Foundation endowed a $300,000 scholarship
As the new executive director for Anna Marie’s Alliance, Charles Hempeck hopes to help meet the needs of marginalized women and children. Anna Marie’s focuses on six counties in Central Minnesota, but also serves the entire state. According to 2011-12 reports, the shelter served 1,703 adults and children. Hempeck graduated with a degree in music