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Johnnies start sock company, The Cause, to give back

Johnnies start sock company, The Cause, to give back

By Sarah Ober
November 14th, 2014

It started with an idea—A simple idea, at that. SJU sophomore Antoine Taylor wanted to give back. A pre-med student from Hollywood, Taylor has made giving back a priority in his college career. He chose the pre-med path in hopes …
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SJU Eco-Houses run greenhouse

SJU Eco-Houses run greenhouse

By Jessie Alkire
November 14th, 2014

Since September, the St. John’s Eco-House members have taken on full operational responsibility for the greenhouse in Flynntown. The St. John’s Eco-Houses are intentional living communities dedicated to living by reducing energy and water waste, composting, recycling, etc. They also …
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Policy changes to comply with updated Title IX guidelines

Policy changes to comply with updated Title IX guidelines

By Morgan McCormack
November 14th, 2014

Preventing sexual misconduct has always been important to any college campus. This year CSB/SJU and campuses across the country are required to change their regulations based on the new federal changes in Title IX. “We’ve always had a sexual misconduct …
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Nursing Department renovates fourth floor of the Main, simulates hospital setting

Nursing Department renovates fourth floor of the Main, simulates hospital setting

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November 14th, 2014

You seem them walking around campus in red scrubs and black Nursing Department jackets. Chances are, one of your friends or your friend’s friend is managing a complicated schedule made up of both classes on campus and clinicals in town. …
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Sustainability fellow eompletes emission audit

Sustainability fellow eompletes emission audit

By Leah Byron
November 14th, 2014

In 2007, St. John’s and St. Ben’s signed on to the American College and University Presidents’ Climate Commitment (ACUPCC). Both campuses wanted to take steps in reducing the carbon impact on the environment. Climate awareness is something that both campuses …
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Republican Candidates

Republican Candidates

By Peter Dudziak
October 31st, 2014

Mike McFadden: Senate Race Mike McFadden is currently the co-CEO of Lazard Middle Market, a Minneapolis-based investment bank. McFadden hopes to use his experience at Lazard Middle Market to improve the economy. Thus, his campaign has focused primarily on economic …
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Democratic Candidates

Democratic Candidates

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October 31st, 2014

Al Franken: Senate Race Al Franken currently serves as the Junior Senator representing the state of Minnesota. After a highly contested race in 2008, Franken’s campaign hopes to focus on issues such as the economy. Franken believes the country can …
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3-D printer gives students and faculties new opportunities

3-D printer gives students and faculties new opportunities

By Leah Byron
October 31st, 2014

There was much excitement over the new three-dimensional printer that was brought in to media services in the Clemens Library this past summer. The 3D printer was acquired in the summer so that students and faculty could apply the technology …
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Sals: Routine police check

Sals: Routine police check

By Christine Quinnones
October 31st, 2014

The first half of the semester has seen some rocky relationships between students and police officers in the bars in St. Joseph. On the night of Saturday, Oct. 18, St. Joseph Police Department officers entered Sal’s Bar and Grill to …
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Joint Senate Meeting Update

Joint Senate Meeting Update

By Bridget Lenczewski
October 24th, 2014

Wednesday night at 5 p.m., the St. Ben’s Senate (SBS) and St. John’s Senate (SJS) held a joint meeting in which Brian Jose of the Fine Arts programming put out the initial request for funding student participation in the Association …
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