THE NEWSLEADERS — Marena Kouba, a former Sartell resident, has just been honored with a Carnegie Medal for saving the lives of three struggling swimmers on July 19, 2020. The incident happened when Kouba and her boyfriend were visiting a Lake Superior beach on Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. … If it had not been for Kouba’s
An internship to develop a social media strategy for the Department of Communication Studies has led to a published paper authored by Mass Communications graduate Stephanie Buermann and St. Cloud State University faculty. Buermann, together with co-authors Drs. Heidi Everett, Jeffrey Ringer, Traci Anderson, Alex Davenport and Eddah Mutua published “A Social Media Strategy for
The St. Cloud State Speech & Debate team and multiple student members took home top honors at the 39th Minnesota State Speech & Debate Championship Tournament on Feb. 18-19 held at the University of Minnesota. As a team, St. Cloud State took first place in Team Sweepstakes, with six students also placing in the top
Necessary Trouble is a student designed project in respect of George Floyd and in response to 400 years of racial oppression. The video is a collage of student submissions from the College of Liberal Arts and School of the Arts organized by students in CMST 210 Performance and Everyday Life and CMST 410 Contemporary Issues
When faced with a life-or-death situation Sunday, St. Cloud State senior swimmer Marena Kouba didn’t hesitate.
A scream for help was answered Sunday afternoon in a daring rescue of three swimmers caught in a Lake Superior rip current at Little Presque Isle.
Communications Studies Professor Jeff Bineham and Social Work Professor Mary Pfohl have been named academic directors at St. Cloud State at Alnwick.
Stepping up to the podium in her freshman year is St. Cloud State’s Sydney Wolf, qualifying for the American Forensics Association National Individual Events Tournament (AFA-NIET) April 5-7 at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
St. Cloud State University kicked off its sesquicentennial year in June at Convocation with the return of its first leader President Ira Moore.
The National Communications Association (NCA) honored communication studies professor Tami Spry for her writings on autoethnography.