Fragments of our Past
Student archaeologists unearth tangible links on Shoemaker dig. Participants in an archaeological dig spread over the front yard of Shoemaker Hall this past summer made significant discoveries beyond the artifacts they unearthed.
Animal lover finds perfect internship
New nursing program earns national accreditation
Children’s art catches the eye of travelers
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SCSU program unique in the world
Faculty, staff awarded $9 million in grants to benefit community
Creative writing workshop attracts skilled practitioners
Campus goes wireless
Faculty members voicing plans for language festival
Cruise with the sun in your face, pride on your plate
Workshop focused on children’s literature attracts notables to mark silver anniversary
SCSU center keeps eyes on the road and hands on the wheel
Students’ First Amendment Forum addresses news, ethics, privacy
New! Improved! Campus center readied for fall semester
Professor develops first-of-its-kind conference on bullying
Students, faculty find marrow and blood stem cell donors
SCSU triple-hitter alumni win two in a row
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He’s strong, he’s sensitive he’s Brawny Man!
Herb Brooks Way - Street renamed to honor hockey legend
Small Details Big CluesStudent archaeologists dig up tangible links to the past.
Participants in an archaeological dig spread over the front yard of Shoemaker Hall this past summer made significant discoveries beyond the artifacts they unearthed.
From hockey stars to style all-stars Hockey players get shot of glamour, score on TV makeover showStudent style all-stars.
Hockey players get shot of glamour, score on TV makeover show.
West meets East - Citizen of the world brings that world to campus libraryThe William M. Lindgren Collection, exhibiting this fall, gives visitors an understanding of a man who lived his life globally.
Stories of Campus Life
Past Times at St. Cloud State University
Donors help students navigate world of information
Bon appétit for scholarships
Degrees direct retiree to new career
CEO achieves balance - Compassion enriches CEO’s personal, professional life
Class Act Values - Teaching starts with connections
Home Town to Downtown - Graduate scores high marks for Le MeridienGraduate scores high marks for Le Meridien
His hotel has been earning awards and accolades from travel experts.
Q&A Ask Alumni - Focus on Claire Price
BreakthroughThey call it “Jake’s Bill” for the SCSU senior whose need for further medical procedures was the basis for legislation to extend insurance benefits to Minnesota children born with a cleft lip and/or palate. But it was the teamwork of Rep. Lynne Osterman and Jake’s mom Michaela Meyer – both SCSU alumnae – that made House Bill 2554 a reality for Jake and countless others with the third most common congenital defect.
Faculty and staff we remember
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