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Transition into new registration process to begin

Transition into new registration process to begin

By Michael Swearingen
March 28th, 2014

Many changes have been implemented at CSB/SJU regarding the registration process and will affect students in the registration process. As fall 2014 registration approaches, administration and faculty are working to ensure a smooth transition into the next semester. One of …
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Dining facilities struggle to combat food smuggling

By Beth Leipholtz
March 28th, 2014

Some students are leaving Gorecki and the Ref. with more than a full stomach. “Food smuggling” from Gorecki and the Ref. has long been a source of frustration for staff members of both facilities. “Food and dishware are leaving the …
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Thole House to replace Edelbrock

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March 28th, 2014

Residents of Edelbrock will be making the move across the street to Thole House effective fall 2014. Thole House—current home of the Nature Conservancy offices—will be replacing Edelbrock House as an Intentional Living Community (ILC) for SJU students. This decision …
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Student adoptees share stories, realities

By Beth Leipholtz
March 28th, 2014

Adoption at CSB/SJU: Part One of Two They were just kids, too. Future Bennies and Johnnies who were faced with the turbulant nature of childhood adoption, but emerged, as we all do, with different stories. Stories of happiness, of sadness, …
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Exclusive interview with incoming CSB president

By Adam Tucker
March 21st, 2014

Just hours after being tapped as the fifteenth president of the College of St. Benedict, Dr. Mary Hinton spoke in an exclusive interview with The Record about her goals, feelings and intentions for the school. Editor-in-Chief of The Record Adam …
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Creative writing class to be offered for pre-med students

Creative writing class to be offered for pre-med students

By Michael Swearingen
March 21st, 2014

Difficult though it may be, the possibility of discovery is something that many professors students outside of the creative writing department to have. Starting next year, English professor Christopher Bolin will be teaching English 206: Creative Writing: Clinical Encounters”, offered …
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SJU Sustainability seeks new fellow

SJU Sustainability seeks new fellow

By Jessie Alkire
March 21st, 2014

The SJU Office of Sustainability is currently seeking candidates for a year-long position as a Sustainability Fellow. The full-time position will begin in May or June 2014. The Sustainability Fellowship has existed since 2007 and offers valuable experience to current …
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STLF looks to join ABE on trips

By Anne Frank
March 21st, 2014

Spring Break—a time for sleep, maybe a vacation, probably too much Netflix and some much needed relaxation. But not all students spent theirs that way. Thirteen groups of students gave up their spring break to give back. CSB/SJU students traveled …
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BVC receives record number of applicants

BVC receives record number of applicants

By John Kinney
March 21st, 2014

The SJU Benedictine Volunteer Corps received 40 applications from hopeful students this year, setting the record for the most applications received since it was founded in 2003. “We had the most applicants ever in our history this year,” said 2010 …
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Women’s rights activist speaks to experiences in Pakistan

Women’s rights activist speaks to experiences in Pakistan

By Frannie Pearson
March 21st, 2014

“We thought once we took a stand that would be the end of it. At the time we didn’t realize, it was only the beginning,” Fouzia Saeed said. On Wednesday, March 12, the Center for Global Education and the Institute …
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