By Samuel Butterfass
The ongoing war against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) is closer to Collegeville than some may realize.
In a segment of 60 Minutes, the investigative reporting series on CBS, Fr. Columba Stewart, O.S.B. of St. John’s Abbey and the Hill Museum and Manuscript Library (HMML) was featured on Christmas Eve.
It was called “The Men Saving History from ISIS,” and it overviewed Stewart’s work in the preservation of ancient and modern manuscripts (documents written by hand). (more…)
PHOTO COURTESY OF UNITED POLITICS FACEBOOK PAGE • United Politics’ goal is to provide a voice for members, regardless of political affiliation.
By Charly Frisk
A new club at CSB/SJU, United Politics, encourages political dialogue between students of all political beliefs.
In recent years, many headlines of newspaper articles, subjects of tweets and rants on Facebook discuss a “divided nation.” Thus, with massive amounts of the “fake news”, it easily may seem as though the United States has become so divided that its people can no longer hold a fruitful conversation without the discussion exploding into a screaming argument. Depending on the family, you may have experienced such fervent explosions throughout your Thanksgiving dinner. (more…)
The Record Staff Report
In recent national news, many notable figures including politicians, actors and journalists have been accused of sexual assault and harassment. This past Wednesday, Garrison Keillor had his contracts terminated by Minnesota Public Radio (MPR) after allegations of misconduct. (more…)
By Sierra Lammi
Sexual assault cases often go unreported on college campuses, and in light of recent questions about the process, a detailed overview of what happens when a case is reported is provided here. (more…)
PHOTOS COURTESY OF ETL’S FACEBOOK PAGE • ETL works on filming their next production with a member of the Red Lake Nation Band of Chippewa Indians (above). The ETL logo is featured below.
By Gabe Hance
With over 20 different majors, 18 members and hundreds of different ideas,
passions and strong opinions on condiments, the documentarians of Extending the Link (ETL) chose water for their 11th annual featured documentary topic. (more…)
SAMUEL BUTTERFASS • [email protected] • St. Joseph Police Chief Joel Klein is hard at work in his office. Chief Klein has worked harder this year to manage St. Joseph by increasing police force and stricter law enforcement.
By Samuel Butterfass
Police Chief Joel Klein graduated from SJU in 1997 and started his career in law enforcement in 1998 in Albany, MN. He began his work with the St. Joe Police Department as a part time officer in 2001. He started full time in 2004. Klein has been the Police Chief of St. Joe since August of 2013. This semester, the St. Joe Police Department has bumped up enforcement in the community in an effort to cut down on complaints and incidents. (more…)