“Upper Mississippi Harvest” the 2015 edition of the St. Cloud State University literary and art magazine was released with a party April 22. The publication features drama, fiction, nonfiction, poetry and media by St. Cloud State students. The 20-person editorial staff received more than 250 submissions for this year’s edition including more than 100 poems.
More than 400 students participated in the 2015 Student Research Colloquium event April 21, showcasing their work through paper, poster or creative work presentations.
All first-year University Honors Program students presented an integrated knowledge research project to the public April 17 in Atwood Memorial Center. More than 120 students presented at the colloquium. Each project was a joint effort between the student and faculty from their university-wide courses and serves as the culminating experience of their first year in
The rehabilitation counseling department “Embracing the Difference: The Ability Event” brings awareness of the ability that people with disabilities have. The event, held April 13, was made up of experiential learning stations led by people with disabilities where participants can experience what it feels like to have that disability and how people with disabilities adapt
View the exhibit “The F-Word” and learn more about “forgiveness,” now on display in Atwood Memorial Center (along the ramp going to the theater).
New York-area artist and musician Tristan Perich installed his visual art, “Machine Drawing,” March 18 at St. Cloud State University’s Integrated Science and Engineering Laboratory Facility (ISELF).