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New plans are potentially on the horizon for Sexton Dining Services.
Numerous changes, such as modifications to the current menu and outdoor additions, are now in the works. Though not much has been solidified about the menu changes, the idea of extending Sexton Commons outdoors is a concept many are excited about. According to Sexton Commons Manager Julie Neuwirth, the ideal vision includes a vast outdoor terrace with large amounts of seating and elements of fire, water and nature throughout for CSB/SJU students to enjoy. (more…)
On March 29 2017, the CSB Senate came to order and discussed a variety of topics.
President Elizabeth Erickson called the SBS to order prior to roll call, opening reflections, approval of the minutes and approval of the agenda.
CSB/SJU each received a $100,000 grant in 2015 from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation in support of faculty formation and supporting the liberal arts learning.
Both grants are looking to improve the experience for American students of color on the campuses.
Many students have noticed the new décor appearing in Sexton recently. What fewer students have noticed: many of these decorations have disappeared.
Julie Neuwirth, who recently became Retail Operations Director at Sexton, was excited to give the space a homier feel by adding the table décor, vases and other decorative touches to Sexton. She has had an interest in interior design for years and brought in pieces from her home to brighten up the student space, but was disappointed when they started to disappear.
Death marching isn’t a part of most students’ weekend plans, but for a group of ROTC cadets, it’s exactly what they’ve been training for.
On Sunday, March 19, students from the CSB/SJU ROTC community chose to compete in the Bataan Death March Memorial Death March, a competitive marathon located in the White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico. This year, CSB/SJU sent three teams—male, female and co-ed. All three placed first in their respective categories.
The Greater St. Cloud Development Corporation will host the St. Cloud Talent Summit next Thursday, April 6 with the goal of connecting job seekers to employers and strengthening the St. Cloud community.
The Talent Summit is a conference that consists of workshops, speakers and networking events which allow students to build relationships with employers and learn about the opportunities St. Cloud companies have to offer. The summit will be held from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the St. Cloud Rivers Edge Convention Center.