Hundreds of men, women and children gathered Monday morning at St. Cloud State University to honor the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. and to ask themselves what they can do to help the causes of equality and social justice.
[VIDEO] This week in our “Behind the Scenes” series on WJON, we go to the locker room at the Herb Brooks National Hockey Center and prepare for game time.
[AUDIO] St. Cloud State economist and dean King Banaian says gas prices won’t be moving up to down anytime soon and businesses closing in the St. Cloud isn’t uncommon or a sign of a negative economy.
Those who feel too young for classic rock and aren’t sure what’s going on with modern rock can find a home on a new radio station launching Monday. RadioX, a low-powered FM station, is run an created by students at St. Cloud State.
Mark Gill, visualization engineer, and undergraduates Steve Henningsgard and Alex Persian, are contributing research toward a commercial product that could improve 9-1-1 emergency response. The ISELF Visualization Lab trio are collaborating with GeoCOMM, St. Cloud, and Pictometry, Rochester, N.Y. St. Cloud State public safety officers have been involved in response-time testing.
This week in our “Behind the Scenes” series on WJON, we take a walk in a park that’s been closed for over 40 years.
Just off of University Drive, in St. Cloud, holds a little known property that was once a popular park.
St. Cloud Mayor Dave Kleis says the park was once a local hot spot.
Applied Clinical Research student Tiffany Scoles earns a Community Involvement Scholarship from North Hennepin Area Chamber of Commerce.
Ashley Seeklander has an interesting job as a microbiologist. Important work. Good company. But, when she thought about what else she might want to do with her career, medical technology kept grabbing her interest.
Politicians and educators puffed in mutual pride and congratulation last Wednesday as St. Cloud State University dedicated its new Integrated Science and Engineering Laboratory Facility, better known by its acronym, ISELF.
When David DeGroote learned that medical device makers in Minnesota were struggling to fill critical positions, he headed straight to his computer to find out whether he could help.