Students create mural for Link bus

By Grace Kilgore [email protected] One of the Link buses is getting a new paint job. CSB/SJU students in a Latino/Latin American Studies course came up with the idea to put a mural on the outside of the Link. The class that came up with the idea, led by Professor...
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Three times the siblings, three times the fun

By Jack Colleran - [email protected] Growing up with siblings can be a pain. You are left battling for all the crucial necessities: your own room, money from your parents and of course, the family car. Now, just imagine if you were one of three. That’s right, a...
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Lacrosse to Nationals

By Haley Olson and Megan Toninato [email protected][email protected] Lacrosse has quickly moved from its unorthodox nature into a mainstream sport. At CSB/SJU, both campuses have club lacrosse teams that are making a statement on the national stage. Although...
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News

Abbey settles sexual abuse suit

By Sierra Lammi - [email protected] A sexual abuse case filed against the St. John’s Abbey in 2014 was recently settled. The sexual abuse survivors sued the St. John’s Abbey on the charges of negligence relating to Rev. Richard Eckroth, who passed away in 2015. The...
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Students create mural for Link bus

By Grace Kilgore [email protected] One of the Link buses is getting a new paint job. CSB/SJU students in a Latino/Latin American Studies course came up with the idea to put a mural on the outside of the Link. The class that came up with the idea, led by Professor...
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Trustees to vote on removal of student, faculty votes

By Hanna Pioske [email protected] After students have left campus, the CSB and SJU Boards of Trustees will each vote on whether to remove their student and faculty representatives. The upcoming votes, on May 22, have been contentious, and student and faculty...
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Faculty to vote on new common curriculum

By Morgan McCormack [email protected] After interviews with a majority of the faculty departments, the Joint Faculty Senate (JFS) found the current Common Curriculum was not meeting the needs of the College of St. Benedict and St. John’s University students. To...
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St. John’s Senate Update: 5/5/2017

By Gabe Hance - [email protected] The 2017-18 St. John’s Senate held their first meeting at 9:20 p.m. on Monday, May 1 in Brother Willie’s Pub. They heard from presenters and passed four motions. First, the Senate was addressed by SJU Dining Services Director, Doug...
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Senate Updates 4/28/2017

By Samuel P. Butterfass [email protected] At the April 26 meeting of the St. Ben’s Senate, the new senate introduced themselves to each other and heard from one speaker. The newly elected CSB Senate President Mary Catherine Steenberge began introductions. For...
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’17 Pines ticket sales lagging

By Sierra Lammi [email protected] This year’s Pines concert ticket sales have been lagging behind compared to years in the past. This year the Joint Events Council (JEC) worked for months to book Echosmith for the concert and put on other events for Saturday....
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Variety

Cooking with Kainz: Recipes that will take your leftovers from drab to fab

By Taylor Kainz • [email protected] As we are nearing the end of the semester, most of us are trying to cut down on making any more trips to the grocery store.  However, most of us are sick and tired of eating PB&J and a cup of soup for every meal. Here are some...
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Three times the siblings, three times the fun

By Jack Colleran - [email protected] Growing up with siblings can be a pain. You are left battling for all the crucial necessities: your own room, money from your parents and of course, the family car. Now, just imagine if you were one of three. That’s right, a...
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Brew Log: Summit’s Extra Pale Ale makes for a flavorful brew

By Joseph Mahowald and Kyle Olson [email protected][email protected] This week we bring you the final Brew Log of the year. We have enjoyed having the chance to share some new beers with you and hope that you have gained a deeper appreciation for craft beer....
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Studio One continues literary tradition

By Sean Kelly [email protected] The 42nd edition of Studio One, CSB/SJU’s literary and visual art journal, was released Friday, April 28. Within the pages of this year’s issue lies an interview with Fanny Howe, a notable American poet who won the Ruth Lilly poetry...
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Netflix Review: A binge-worthy Netflix original: “13 Reasons Why”

By Meredith Jarchow - [email protected] With paper deadlines and finals approaching, this past Easter break I did what any sane college student would do: I cuddled up on the sofa with my dog, Wilma, on one side of me and a bag of sea salt and vinegar chips on the...
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Sports

Lacrosse to Nationals

By Haley Olson and Megan Toninato [email protected][email protected] Lacrosse has quickly moved from its unorthodox nature into a mainstream sport. At CSB/SJU, both campuses have club lacrosse teams that are making a statement on the national stage. Although...
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Kate’s comeback

By Drew Schoenbauer - [email protected] CSB softball is on track to have one of its best seasons in the last few years. A big part of that success has been sophomore outfielder Kate Deming. Setting multiple records for the team, Deming has shown herself to be...
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SJU basketball coach receives national honor

By Megan Dierberger - [email protected] “My dad has always told me that when an opportunity presents itself, it’s up to you what you want to do with that opportunity,” SJU basketball assistant coach Connor O’Brien said. O’Brien did exactly that. For the 2016-17...
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CSB tennis seeks consistency as season ends

By Jack Wozniak - [email protected] When one looks at the roster of the St. Ben’s tennis team, a very clear pattern can be seen under the “Year” column; there is an abundance of first-year players. The Blazer tennis team’s roster boasts six first-years, one...
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SJU winning streak continues toward playoffs

By Kevin Dudley - [email protected] The Johnnie baseball team is catching fire at just the right time. They have won 13 of their past 14 games and are 11-3 in MIAC play. The Johnnies are coming off a big weekend both on and off the field. The dedication ceremony for...
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Opinion/Editorial

Opinion: The CSB/SJU experience is not the same for all students

Dear class speakers, We are senior Bennies who feel the need to address our experiences at CSB/SJU before commencement, as we know certain people will talk about community and the great experience as a Bennie family. They will reference making their best friends here,...
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Reader Letter: Rushed trustee vote is unprecedented in CSB/SJU history

Dear Editor, I have been on the SJU faculty since the fall of 1986 and there have been a lot of changes in that time. In all the cases I can think of, those changes have resulted from careful and collaborative work with the affected sectors of the community. Until...
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Reader Letter: Benedictine values show that further discussion is needed in trustee vote

Dear Editor, Like many others I remain seriously concerned about the proposed decision. I have exchanged with both presidents about the issue, voicing my concerns as a junior faculty member that joined CSB/SJU three years ago in large part because of its healthy...
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Our View: Senior editors farewell and parting advice

“Our View” is prepared by the Executive board and should be considered the institutional voice of The Record Megan Flynn, Editor-in-Chief – [email protected] Hope Mueller, Managing Editor – [email protected] It’s with mixed emotions that the two of us edited our...
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Opinion: Rationale for removal of student and faculty trustees does not match reality

By James Read - [email protected] I am writing to ask St. John’s University President Mike Hemesath, College of St. Benedict President Mary Hinton, and the Boards of Trustees of SJU and CSB, to vote against the proposed removal of faculty and student trustees from the...
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