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Editorial


IWL celebrates 10 years and plans to continue with innovative programming

IWL celebrates 10 years and plans to continue with innovative programming

By IWL Leadership Staff
September 12th, 2014

2014 marks 10 years that the IWL has inspired Bennies to become both local and global leaders. We have worked to empower women by creating intentional events, bringing in influential speakers, and engaging students in inclusive dialogue about value-based leadership. …
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Students should be politically engaged in upcoming election

Students should be politically engaged in upcoming election

By Luke Newgaard
September 12th, 2014

With Minnesota primaries completed, candidates will continue their campaigns until voting booths open on November 4th for the 2014 elections. Within Minnesota, offices appearing on general election ballots will include races in the U.S. Senate, the U.S. House of Representatives, …
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A busy life does not equate to a difficult one

A busy life does not equate to a difficult one

By Beth Leipholtz and Tierney Chlan
September 12th, 2014

It’s rare to find CSB/SJU students complaining that they have too much time on their hands. With a seemingly endless number of activities, clubs and opportunities available on campus, it’s difficult to be involved in everything that interests us without …
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Reader’s Letter

Reader’s Letter

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September 5th, 2014

Dear Editor, The crew of First Year Foreward wanted to share the reasons they hopped on board: “Because Johnnies help Johnnies” -Adam Reznick. “Because I’ve been there too” – Hannah Kooima. “Because everyone should feel like they have someone they …
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The Record thanks John Kinney for his past contributions

The Record thanks John Kinney for his past contributions

By Beth Leipholtz and Tierney Chlan
September 5th, 2014

SJU senior John Kinney was a consistent presence in The Record office last spring. He would wander in at some point on Wednesdays during production, plop down on the couch with his laptop and half-written story and start asking questions …
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Ice fishing season lives on

Ice fishing season lives on

By Hank Brown
March 21st, 2014

Dear Editor, Some people who have recently jogged or drove past Lake Sag have to be wondering, “What are those idiots doing out on the ice, its 50 degrees?” Well I am here to tell you this is the most …
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Minn. Math & Reading Corps

Minn. Math & Reading Corps

By Ryan Longley
March 21st, 2014

Dear Editor, As May soon approaches, there is one question that many of you may be hesitant to answer. “What are you doing after graduation?” As a senior, I recall dreading this very question because I wasn’t sure what I …
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Our challenge with sex: combat stuctures of aggression

Our challenge with sex: combat stuctures of aggression

By Drake Lawrence
March 21st, 2014

The issue of sexual assault is no easy topic to discuss or write on. Yet increasingly, college campuses, federal programs, and private institutions are promoting dialogue, training, and investigation techniques to prevent these assaults. We cannot begin to combat sexual …
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Our View: ILCs left out from decisions

Our View: ILCs left out from decisions

By Alex Forster and Stephanie Pinkalla
March 21st, 2014

As housing selection comes into full swing, the uncertain future of intentional living communitites (ILCs) on both campuses raises questions about the support for these communitites at our schools. Both Edelbrock (SJU) and Ann House (CSB) sit on the chopping …
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On Reagan

On Reagan

By Peter Dudziak
February 28th, 2014

Dear Editor, In the Feb. 21 edition of The Record, an op-ed piece was written for the sole purpose of attacking the legacy of President Ronald Reagan. However, only the most stubbornly ignorant can still continue to deny the great …
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