The School of Public Affairs Research Institute economists are reporting the lowest May reading of future business activity since 2011. Get more analysis in the St. Cloud Area Quarterly Business Report.
A Generation Study Abroad grant will provide six students with assistance for tuition and travel costs to study in Ireland in 2015-16.
St. Cloud State University is not wasting an opportunity to help teach its students and the community about recycling.
Communication Studies Professor Eddah Mutua has been selected to serve as a member of the National Communication Association’s (NCA) Task Force on Fostering International Collaborations in the Age of Globalization.
Third graders in the St. Cloud school district are getting math lessons mixed in with their studies of ancient cultures thanks to a St. Cloud State graduate student.
The St. Cloud Police Department’s Campus Area Police Services (CAPS) team received a service award and didn’t think twice about paying it forward.
The Write Place released the 25th anniversary edition of its multicultural literary and arts journal Kaleidoscope this April.
St. Cloud State University is transforming a parking lot into a pollution reduction project to help protect the Mississippi River from water quality impairments.
Michael Osterholm, a national expert on infectious disease, will give his address “Emerging Infectious Diseases” at noon April 29 in Room 116 of Wick Science Building.
Viva Oromoia is the theme celebrating Oromo Night at 6 p.m. April 25 in the Atwood Memorial Center.