By Mollee Girgen
Bystander No More is a C Mod class that was added to the course listings for Fall 2017. The course listing states, “This course will introduce students to tools and intellectual frameworks for navigating situations when speaking up in
community seems hard. Biblical, theological and Benedictine readings and film will be used to explore models of community, solidarity and respect for all persons. Students will consider constructive means for moving from inaction to active participation in communal transformation.” (more…)
PHOTOS BY SIERRA LAMMI • [email protected] • Junior Ally Nelson attempts to make dialogue with students through play performances off campus at the Foxhole.
The cast members of the performance pose for a photo.
By Cormac Quinn
On Tuesday night, students gathered in the living room of an off-campus house, commonly known as the Foxhole, to watch fellow students perform a series of monologues and skits of people’s experiences with abortion provided by the 1 in 3 Campaign. (more…)
JILLIAN SCHULZ • [email protected] • Sophomore TA Nicole Erickson helps out a student with biology homework.
In the final installment of our three-part series on students’ campus work experiences, The Record writer Cullen Trobec looks at the inside roles of teaching assistants.
By Cullen Trobec
Behind the majority of academic departments is a support staff of student teaching assistants that make sure each professor has the help they need to give every student the best learning experience possible. (more…)
By Bridget Lenczewski
The 20th annual Festival of Cultures (FOC) will be held from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 18 in the Haehn Campus Center (HCC) Fieldhouse at St. Ben’s. The event is hosted by the Intercultural and International Student Services (IISS) and co-sponsored by the St. Ben’s and St. John’s Catering and Dining Services. (more…)
The Record Staff Report
A lawsuit against St. John’s University, which was filed by a former student who claimed he was wrongfully found of sexually assaulting a College of St. Benedict student, was dismissed. (more…)
HANNAH SCHWIETZ • [email protected] • Aric Putnam along with several of his supporters (above). Putnam (right) aims to win the District 14A House seat in 2018.
By Lydia Glen
Aric Putnam announced on Monday, Nov. 6 that he will be joining the race for the Minnesota District 14A House seat.
Next year’s election will determine the outcome of two CSB/SJU professors, Aric
Putnam and Jim Read. Putnam is running for a seat in the Minnesota state legislature representing District 14A, which includes South and Northwest St. Cloud, St. Augusta and Waite Park. Read, on the other hand, is running for the District 6 Minnesota State Legislature seat. (more…)