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Sexual Assault Awareness week at CSB/SJU

Sexual Assault Awareness week at CSB/SJU

By Bridget Lenczewski
April 20th, 2016

By Bridget Lenczewski balenczewski@csbsju.edu The week of April 10-16 is Sexual Assault Awareness week. Witness Me and CERTS planned a full week of events to increase awareness of sexual assault on college campuses, especially CSB/SJU. “If everyone knows about it, …
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Amy Eiden, Kevin Curwick named Newman Civic Fellows

Amy Eiden, Kevin Curwick named Newman Civic Fellows

By Steph Haeg
April 20th, 2016

By Steph Haeg schaeg@csbsju.edu Amy Eiden and Kevin Curwick received the 2016 Newman Civic Fellows awards for their volunteer work in the local community. The Newman Civic Fellowship awards students who seek solutions to the issues facing their local communities. …
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Brothers making an IMPACT on ovarian cancer

Brothers making an IMPACT on ovarian cancer

By Chesna Breiner
April 20th, 2016

By Chesna Breiner cjbreiner@csbsju.edu Brothers and students here at SJU, James, Joseph, Christopher and Nicholas Pathoulas, collectively won the Gold Award at this year’s Innovative Minds Partnering to Advance Curative Therapies (IMPACT) challenge through the Mayo Clinic. After analyzing primary …
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Meet the Presidents: Mitchell and Erickson

Meet the Presidents: Mitchell and Erickson

By Taylor Kainz
April 20th, 2016

By Taylor Kainz tmkainz@csbsju.edu I sat down with the newly elected Presidents of the St. Ben’s and St. John’s Senates to ask them a few questions about themselves and what they hope to do in the upcoming year in their …
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S.A.M. team takes first in National Case Study

S.A.M. team takes first in National Case Study

By Emeline Brudwick
April 20th, 2016

By Emeline Brudwick edbrudwick@csbsju.edu One for the money, two for the show, three to get ready and four to go. For the fourth time in five years, CSB/SJU’s Society for the Advancement of Management (S.A.M.) team has taken first place …
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Students to present for Scholarship and Creativity Day

Students to present for Scholarship and Creativity Day

By Katarina Podewils
April 20th, 2016

By Katarina Podewils khpodewils@csbsju.edu Scholarship and Creativity day will be held this year on Thursday, April 21 to honor and recognize the achievements of students, faculty and staff who have undertaken significant research, scholarship and creative works since the start …
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Abbey faces lawsuits

Abbey faces lawsuits

By Jake Schultz
April 20th, 2016

By Jake Schultz jlschultz@csbsju.edu St. John’s Abbey and former prior Fr. Tom Andert are defendants in two new lawsuits brought forth by alleged victims of sexual abuse. The lawsuits accuse Andert of sexually abusing the plaintiffs in the 1970s when …
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2016 Senate Elections

2016 Senate Elections

By Samuel butterfass
April 14th, 2016

By Samuel Butterfass spbutterfass@csbsju.edu On Friday, April 8 the students of CSB/SJU voted in elections for their respective student senates for the fall 2016 semester. Kaitlyn Ludlow, Vice President Elect for next fall, sat down with me to discuss the …
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St. Benedict feast day celebration

St. Benedict feast day celebration

By Chesna Breiner
April 14th, 2016

By Chesna Breiner cjbreiner@csbsju.edu This past week, St. Ben’s celebrated the feast day of St. Benedict, patron saint of students and founder of the Benedictine Order. While his feast day is March 21, our Bennies gathered together this past Tuesday …
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St. Joseph to gain new fields

St. Joseph to gain new fields

By Bridget Lenczewski
April 14th, 2016

By Bridget Lenczewski balenczewski@csbsju.edu Starting this May, St. Ben’s will be undergoing construction along College Ave. to create seven new athletic fields. The fields will be created in the areas around Renner House and Centennial Commons. Currently, St. Ben’s only …
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