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UN Conference

UN Conference

By Beth Leipholtz
February 20th, 2015

While most CSB/SJU students were bracing themselves against the negative temperatures in Minnesota on Feb. 16, a group of 25 student delegates had themselves a snow day–in Boston. Due to winter storm Neptune, which dumped 16 inches of snow in …
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Number of study abroad applicants reach an all time high

Number of study abroad applicants reach an all time high

By Olive Hogan-Stark
February 20th, 2015

The number of students interested in studying abroad spiked this year. The Office for Education Abroad saw a record high number of CSB/SJU students apply for next year’s programs. Compared to the 304 students that studied abroad in a semester-long …
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Sexual assult, addressing the problem

Sexual assult, addressing the problem

By Peter Dudziak
February 20th, 2015

Last week, Johnnies and Bennies received a safety notice regarding an alleged sexual assault occurring in a student residence on the night of Saturday Feb. 7. The incident transpired between a CSB student and a college-aged visitor. The report says …
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Prism hosting event, Transparenthood

Prism hosting event, Transparenthood

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February 20th, 2015

CSB senior Jillian Andresen and the rest of PRiSM are ready to start a conversation. Andresen, co-chair of PRiSM, is organizing an event to create conversation and mindfulness of the transgender community. This free event, titled “Transparenthood,” features local transgender …
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Fulbright Scholars

Fulbright Scholars

By Morgan McCormack
February 20th, 2015

This year, seven CSB/SJU students have filled out their applications, made it to the second round and are anxiously waiting to hear back from the Fulbright Scholarship Committee. The Fulbright U.S. Student Program began in 1945 by Senator J. William …
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#OccupyYikYak

#OccupyYikYak

By Julia Eckart
February 20th, 2015

People appreciate anonymity, especially while speaking their minds about controversial topics and beliefs. This has proven become evident with the introduction of Yik Yak, an anonymous Twitter-like app, to the CSB/SJU community last semester. Men’s Development Institute recently launched the …
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Campus Ministry takes students to attend retreat at St. Olaf Church

Campus Ministry takes students to attend retreat at St. Olaf Church

By Christine Quinones
February 13th, 2015

CSB/SJU Campus Ministries offer many ways for students to explore their spirituality in a faith-filled community and serve surrounding communities in order to grow in love and mindfulness. This past weekend, 33 sophomore students took the opportunity to connect deeper …
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Campus unites to participate in Campus Conservative Nationals

Campus unites to participate in Campus Conservative Nationals

By Olive Hogan-Stark
February 13th, 2015

For the fourth year CSB/SJU is taking part in the Campus Conservative Nationals (CCN), a nationwide effort among 150+ college and university campuses to conserve energy. CCN’s goal is to demonstrate that personal actions can significantly reduce energy use and …
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The Record takes second at Best of Midwest conference

The Record takes second at Best of Midwest conference

By Sarah Ober
February 13th, 2015

Most CSB/SJU students don’t know all that goes into the production of the paper they hold on Friday mornings. Not many know it takes hours upon hours of interviews, writing, editing, layout designs, photo editing and more. Not many know …
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Senates offer $1000 block grant for “It’s On Us”

Senates offer $1000 block grant for “It’s On Us”

By Michael Swearingen
February 13th, 2015

In the middle of the 2015 Grammy awards, the ceremony stopped for moment to listen to President Barrack Obama’s speech, which urged artists to fight for a national campaign, entitled “It’s On Us.” Late last school year, a non-profit representative …
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