Emily Deem ’09 has a bedtime of 6:30 p.m. She considers staying in bed until 5 a.m. sleeping in. Her weekends are Mondays and Tuesdays. And Deem’s workday alarm clock goes off at 2 a.m.
The kid who couldn’t skate well enough to play varsity hockey is schmoozing with the higher-ups from Red Bull and the NBC Sports Network, basking in the afterglow of his ascent toward the top of a fledgling sport called ice cross downhill.
An artist residency in Beijing inspired visual artist and St. Cloud State professor Shana Kaplow’s recent body of work, “Close to Home,” which explores themes of identity, particularly as the self relates to a collective.
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.
St. Cloud State University officials hope a state bonding bill this legislative session could allow the renovation of 85-year-old Eastman Hall to get underway later this year.
The Red Bull Crashed Ice event is back in downtown St. Paul this weekend, and once again this year one of the top competitors is expected to be a student from St. Cloud State University. Cameron Naasz says it’s great to be back in front of the home crowd.
Area college graduates are expected to see more opportunities for employment this year. According to the 11th annual MN College Job Outlook survey, more than 50 percent of employers surveyed plan to increase their hiring in 2014.
Being able to take your children to a park without thinking about accessibility is a luxury for families dealing with disabilities. A group of St. Cloud State University students and community partners aims to change that for families in Central Minnesota.
St. Cloud State University and St. Cloud school district have earned a grant to improve teacher diversity.
Several local retail stores have closed this winter, but area economists say there isn’t much cause for concern. “I think it’s fair to say that this feels like a little more than usual,” said King Banaian, economics professor at St. Cloud State University.