Anne Mahlum, 34, founder of a string of five Washington-area fitness centers called Solidcore, knows her strengths and weaknesses. Her first taste of Washington came during her final year at St. Cloud State University in Minnesota, when she interned on Capitol Hill for then-Sen. Kent Conrad.
“Slut: The Play” is intended to prompt thought and frank discussions. The university’s Women’s Center will present the program at 7:30 p.m. Monday-Wednesday in Headley Hall.
Lisa Bergh, the new executive director at the Hutchinson Center for the Arts, described the nonprofit as “a young and dynamic arts organization rooted in innovative collaboration.”
The St. Cloud State Muslim Student Association will host a community forum with the U.S. Department of Education next week on the recent protest at Technical High School.
The American Indian Center at St. Cloud State on Saturday hosted the 22nd Annual Traditional Pow Wow. Representatives from seven Midwestern tribes participated.
Jordan Smith, the former St. Cloud State All-American outfielder is back at Double-A Akron (Ohio) in the Cleveland Indians organization.
Carolyn R. Williams, Ph.D., associate dean for multicultural affairs and STEM initiatives at St. Cloud State University, was invited to Washington, D.C., to hear congressional briefings and exhibit at STEM On the Hill Day along with a host of science and engineering societies from around the country.
Paddling instruction, life jackets and phone apps. They can help keep you safe on the water — if you remember, use them or keep them dry.
Kleis announced during the 45-minute speech a plan to reopen Friedrich Park in east St. Cloud. The park–in east St. Cloud–was closed in the mid 1970s for safety reasons.
The city is looking at a land-swap deal with St. Cloud State University. The university is interested in some city-owned land to use for parking.