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
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
Huskies have a new tradition Friday to celebrate the first snow of the academic year with the President’s Husky Snow Day.
The St. Cloud State Make It Space is helping campus celebrate 100 years of women voting by creating life-size cutouts of some of the leaders of the women’s suffrage movement.
“Act with Personal Integrity and Civic Responsibility” is one of the six dimensions of the Our Husky Compact at St. Cloud State University. We asked students to tell us why they are voting in this November’s election.
Students, faculty and staff helped prepare campus for the Homecoming spirit with a series of chalk drawings across campus. The Huskies Hunt is also underway with students searching for Husky keychains across campus in hopes of being entered into a prize drawing.
Students in UAS and Spatial Analysis (GEOG 365) experienced drone flight day in a modified capacity due to COVID-19. Professor Kirk Stueve’s GEOG 365 class experienced a modified drone flight day with retired Professor of Geography Benjamin Richason III and Tom Oien, IT Coordinator for the School of Public Affairs. To demonstrate topics discussed in
St. Cloud State University offered Cloud Fest on Sept. 17.
St. Cloud State Student Veterans Organization leads a Patriot Day Flag Raising in observation and reflection on the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. Fighting Saints ROTC Battalion, St. Cloud Police Department and St. Cloud Fire Department participated in the flag raising.
New center is designed to better serve School of Public Affairs students and faculty The School of Public Affairs is happy to present its new Student Success Center. Designed to be a one-stop shop for all students in their programs, current and prospective students can easily be connected to the assistance they are seeking. While COVID-19