Manufacturing Engineering Technology major Kyle Cielinski teamed up with St. Cloud artist Duff Eisenschenck to help him transform Prince’s personal drum kit into a chandelier.
Thousands of students, families, alumni and community members covered campus in red and black Sept. 25-29 for Homecoming 2019.
St. Cloud State University celebrated the dedication of Husky Plaza and the start of new traditions during Homecoming 2019 on Saturday, Sept. 28 on campus. It’s officially time to unleash new traditions at St. Cloud State University with a brand new gathering space on campus. On Saturday, Sept. 28, in conjunction with the week-long Homecoming
A $1 million donation by alumni Ron ’68 and Bonnie ’69 Swenson is funding the newly-opened Ron ’68 and Bonnie ’69 Swenson Financial Markets Lab.
St. Cloud State University has received a $1.5 million commitment from CentraCare Health to help establish a Graduate Nursing Education program and the Center for Health Outcomes and Policy Research (CHOPR) at the University.
The foam was flying, the bass was thumping, and the party was rocking on the Atwood Mall for Huskychella Foam Dance Party. The Huskies First Four Weeks event was presented by the Department of Campus Involvement and the University Program Board. For more Huskies First Four Weeks events, visit https://scsu.mn/1st4weeks.
St. Cloud State University’s Class of 2023 began a new tradition Aug. 23— a tradition designed to keep the incoming class focused on their graduation.
As St. Cloud State University continues its Sesquicentennial celebrations this fall, President Robbyn Wacker is looking ahead to how to best serve students in the future.
More than 88 years after its dedication in 1930, a building with “good bones”, was hailed again with a re-dedication as the new home of the Center for Health and Wellness Innovation.
For Kridish Uprety, coming to America to attend college has been a goal of his since high school.
As an international student from Nepal and having been through Nepali public education system amidst political turmoil, Uprety saw the U.S. as the best fit to continue his education.