The St. Cloud Police Department has earned a $375,000 2015 COPS Hiring Program Grant to hire three officers who will work in the campus-area south side neighborhood thanks in part to St. Cloud State University staff and a student.
The Department of Theatre and Film opens its 2015 International Film Series Sept. 21 with the film “Two Lives.”
Rik Hansen, professor of music at St. Cloud State, will be a visiting conductor at the Tokyo Musashino Academia Musicae from Sept. 22 to Dec. 22.
The Women on Wednesday fall 2015 season “Global Women: Perspectives, Challenges, Solutions” focuses on the needs and priorities of women throughout the world and indigenous women in the United States.
St. Cloud State University and the City of St. Cloud officially closed on a land swap deal for George Friedrich Park with a signing on Friday.
St. Cloud State Campus Recreation has added another “larger than life” activity for students to keep active. Knockerballs are now on campus.
St. Cloud State University nursing students are returning to South Africa for an extended spring break study abroad opportunity in spring 2016.
Community Garden Organizer Tracy Ore shares the life lessons she’s learned through her work with the garden during a TEDx talk.
As a university with three strong MedTech programs, St. Cloud State University is a Greater St. Cloud Development Corporation partner and a supporter of the MMMP.
Communication Studies professors earn Spirit of Peace Award for volunteer efforts with the St. Cloud Conflict Resolution Center.