St. Cloud State University once again took part in the annual Granite City Days Parade on June 25, 2022 in Downtown St. Cloud.
The 49th annual Lemonade Concert and Art Fair, one of St. Cloud State University’s best-known campus traditions, returned to campus June 23 marking the opening of the St. Cloud’s Granite City Days community-wide event.
Showcasing student poetry, fiction, non-fiction and 2-D art, the 2022 edition of the Upper Mississippi Harvest literary and art magazine is sharing St. Cloud State University students’ work with the campus community. Editors released the magazine during a party April 27. The 10-person editorial staff led by head editors Leanne Loy and Chinyin Oleson reviewed
University’s and the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system’s first-ever endowed university level speaker series. In recognition of his gift, the series will be named the Bennett D. Melin Family University Speakers Series.
St. Cloud State University announces the launch of the Center for International Disability Advocacy and Diplomacy at the USA Pavilion at the 2020 World Expo in Dubai. President Robbyn Wacker made the announcement Nov. 29 at the International Women’s Disability Summit at the World Expo in Dubai, where the Center for International Disability Advocacy and Diplomacy was
St. Cloud State University and two St. Cloud area businesses celebrated workforce development grants totaling more than $528,442 with a signing ceremony Dec. 14 at the St. Cloud State Welcome Center. St. Cloud State, in partnership with Eye-Kraft and Sand Companies, earned a $278,442 training grant and $250,000 training grant respectively. These grants were awarded
As we near the end of the semester I want to take a moment to wish each and every one of you the best of luck on your upcoming finals! To our students still living and working on campus, we are handing out Huskies Snack Packs for each of you to pick up Wednesday, Dec.
The Lemonade Art Fair is one of St. Cloud State’s best-known campus traditions and marks the opening of the St. Cloud’s Granite City Days community-wide event. The event returned this June after a hiatus in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This year’s event featured 140 vendors spread throughout campus including many long-time vendors and 43
St. Cloud State President Robbyn Wacker and Student Government President Surkhel Yousafzai share their tips for staying safe this Spring Break by testing before and after travel or choosing to take a staycation. Here is the full set of travel-related tips from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Test no more than 3 days before
Huskies have a new tradition Friday to celebrate the first snow of the academic year with the President’s Husky Snow Day.