PHOTOS COURTESY OF THE RECORD ARCHIVES • A search team of the Stearns County Dive team utilized a bloodhound to try and locate Guimond (top). A search team (above) looks for Guimond by boat. He has been missing for over 15 years.
By Ben Pults
Fifteen years ago, then a St. John’s junior, Joshua Guimond vanished without a trace from the St. John’s University campus.
This week marks the 15th year of his disappearance. Loved ones, locals and law enforcement are still no closer to discovering what happened to him on that fateful night many years ago. (more…)
In the second installment of our three-part series on students’ on-campus work experiences and the benefits that they receive, The Record writer Cormac Quinn examines an inside look on dining services from both campuses. Go to page three for the full story.
By Cormac Quinn
Dining Services, satisfying appetites so students can pursue our hunger for knowledge. Some think it isn’t always the most glamorous job; working with food is messy, hot and fast-paced. To be successful requires communication and commitment from the staff at all stages of the process. As one of the largest employers on campus, Dining Services balances employee’s academic life with our community’s need to eat. (more…)
By Cormac Quinn
It’s been nearly a year since the election of Donald Trump as president of The United States of America. While expectations varied, President Trump hasn’t lived up to the hopes of Democrats or Republicans on campus. (more…)
HANNAH SCHWIETZ • [email protected] • The Peace Studies Club encourages students to attend the City Council meeting.
By Charly Frisk
CSB/SJU students are advocating for peace through interacting with the St. Cloud community in mending race relations and promoting nonviolence.
On Nov. 6, the St. Cloud City Council will rule on a moratorium and among the audience will be members of our school community. (more…)
JILLIAN SCHULZ • [email protected] •
Elise Miller (left) and Amanda Lahr (right) display the Project One Cloud logo.
By Bridget Lenczewski
Last year, St. Ben’s senior Hannah Lynch did a capstone project called Project One Cloud in which she conducted a few interviews of members of the St. Cloud community with the aim of encouraging acceptance and open-mindedness for
community members of all different cultures and religions. When she graduated, the CSB/SJU club Enactus, known for its encouragement of student leadership, entrepreneurship and communication skills, chose to continue the project beginning this semester. (more…)