SJU football preps for UST

By Kevin Dudley [email protected]   The Johnnie football team is rolling heading into a huge matchup against archrival St. Thomas. They have started the season 3-0 with each victory coming in convincing fashion. The season started on Sept. 2, at...
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Student “stands-up” for new opportunity

JILLIAN SCHULZ• [email protected] • Zach Eichten performed stand-up during his Washignton, D.C. internship. He had no previous experience before, but felt that the trip allowed for him the ability to try stand-up. By Katarina Podewils...
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Alcuin renovations complete

By Cullen Trobec [email protected] Alcuin Library is back and fully open following the completion of the Dietrich Reinhart Learning Commons, a roughly 20,000 square foot addition that follows last year’s renovation of Alcuin’s main building. The...
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News

Sexton changes cause controversy

By Cormac Quinn [email protected] A new school year often brings new changes, but not all of these differences come with approval. Changes in management at Sexton have subsequently brought changes to their operations that has left some students...
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Lectio Divina

By Sierra Lammi [email protected] CSB/SJU continues to provide students with opportunities for prayer with a new form of contemplative practice through the reading and reflection of scripture known as Lectio Divina. These readings began on Sept. 11 and will take...
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Faculty creates petition due to events in Charlottesville

  By Bridget Lenczewski [email protected] On Aug. 11 at the University of Virginia (UVA) in Charlottesville, a group of white supremacists marched at a rally, spreading messages of racism, hate and violence. Many of those involved in the rally...
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Alcuin renovations complete

By Cullen Trobec [email protected] Alcuin Library is back and fully open following the completion of the Dietrich Reinhart Learning Commons, a roughly 20,000 square foot addition that follows last year’s renovation of Alcuin’s main building. The...
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Johnnie alumnus launches into space

Space: The Final Frontier. One that is now being explored by a St. John’s University graduate Mark Vande Hei of the class of 1989. On Sept. 12, 2017 the first Johnnie astronaut was launched into space from Kazakhstan at 3:17 a.m. To celebrate this event,...
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The Hill Museum and Manuscript Library receives largest grant to date

By Samuel Butterfass [email protected] Unknown to many students and visitors to the SJU campus, the lower level of SJU’s Alcuin Library is home to the world’s largest virtual manuscript preservation project. For over five decades, the Hill Museum and...
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Campus leaders release statements concerning DACA

By Sierra Lammi [email protected] On Sept. 5, 2017 President Trump announced an end to funding for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). DACA offers protection from deportation for people who came to the US as immigrants. Removing it will...
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Variety

History Column: Johnnie/Tommie: over a century of rivalry

By Stephanie Haeg [email protected] Any time spent in the CSB/SJU Archives can tell you one thing very quickly: sports are a major part of our institutional history. And at this time of year, when our emails and Facebook feeds are inundated with only one...
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Summertime experiences of fellow students

Before classes started, many students had fun and educational opportunities over the summer. These included internships, volunteer opportunities and more. Megan Anderson “I went on a Mission Trip to the Dominican Republic where we laid the foundation for a...
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CSB’s recording studio, an unknown resource for student use

By Anna Smisek [email protected] The recording studio at the CSB campus is a resource most students may not be aware of. Tucked away in the Music Library of the Benedictine Arts Center are three rooms that allow for professional vocal and instrumental...
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Student “stands-up” for new opportunity

JILLIAN SCHULZ• [email protected] • Zach Eichten performed stand-up during his Washignton, D.C. internship. He had no previous experience before, but felt that the trip allowed for him the ability to try stand-up. By Katarina Podewils...
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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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Sports

SJU golf rallies to win

By Brandon Spratt [email protected] SJU golf rallied from 10 shots back on day two to win their home meet, the St. John’s Fall Invitational. The Johnnies were led on day one by senior Sam Olson who shot a two over par round of 74. “After the first...
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A new home – CSB soccer fights on fresh turf

By Megan Toninato [email protected] The CSB soccer team is off to a hot start with an overall record of 5-1-1. Last week, they were ranked No. 22 overall in the NCAA Division III Coaches’ Poll because of their big wins against nonconference teams Loras...
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Target Field ticket debacle

PHOTO COURTESY OF MINNESOTA TWINS •  The Johnnies and Tommies are set to play at Target Field. The ticket sales left many students frustrated and confused. By Brett Zallek [email protected] St. John’s and St. Thomas are set to shatter the Division III...
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SJU football preps for UST

By Kevin Dudley [email protected]   The Johnnie football team is rolling heading into a huge matchup against archrival St. Thomas. They have started the season 3-0 with each victory coming in convincing fashion. The season started on Sept. 2, at...
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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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Opinion/Editorial

READER LETTER: New bus stop at Alcuin is complete swing and miss

Dear Editor, At the beginning of the year, many students were “treated” to the news that there would be a new stop for The Link at SJU. This new stop is located at Alcuin Library and only runs at night. When I first read about this, I thought it was...
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OPINION: Title IX under attack by Trump Administration

By Sophia Rossini [email protected] On Sept. 7, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos gave remarks about the overhaul of Title IX protections against campus sexual assault that were established during the Obama administration. She criticized the policy of...
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OPINION: Those who can afford internships get the upper hand

By Cameron Johnson [email protected] Job fairs, internships and networking. These three things incite panic in students across our campus. They also give us an opportunity to earn high paying employment directly after graduation. This is an...
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OPINION: An American story of hate – a Johnnie’s take on Charlottesville

By Jonathan Beirne [email protected] This opinion comes includes a first hand account from a third year student and SERP fraternity member at the University of Virginia. Charlottesville, Virginia, home to nearly 47,000 permanent residents, was also home...
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READER LETTER: Our actions at Johnnie/Tommie will show our true school pride

Dear Editor, This weekend, tens of thousands of guests will visit Target Field to celebrate community, sportsmanship and the legendary Johnnie Tommie rivalry. As we look forward to game day, please be mindful that our individual and collective actions will...
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