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Opinion


Confirming expectations, breaking records and Kobe’s goodbye

Confirming expectations, breaking records and Kobe’s goodbye

By Andy McCrea
April 20th, 2016

By Andy McCrea ajmccrea@csbsju.edu Another regular season has passed in the NBA, meaning another season of stereotypical endings. The 76ers won less than 20 games for the third year in a row, LeBron James is rumored to be taking his …
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Accuracy is key

Accuracy is key

By Matt Rengo
April 14th, 2016

Two weeks ago, students opened their mailboxes to find a postcard from the Pregnancy Resource Center in St. Cloud. The services listed include pregnancy counseling and STD testing. The postcard also had a link to their website preghelp.com. When one …
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Condoms on campus

Condoms on campus

By Anne Gleich and Alex Wald
April 14th, 2016

Last week, the Health Initiatives and Health Advocates sponsored two great events centered around sexual health awareness. Along with other great nuggets of sex wisdom, both male and female presenters stressed that using protection (condoms) is the best way to …
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Women in Economics

Women in Economics

By Erin Peller and Dr. Parker Wheatly
April 14th, 2016

On Tuesday, April 5, the Women in Economics Organization hosted a panel of accomplished alumnae who majored in Economics at St. Ben’s. Anna Williams class of 2013 (Best Buy), Sophie Korman, class of 2015 (Securian), Lauren Worms class of 2012 …
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Looking back and moving forward

Looking back and moving forward

By Current and incoming CSB/SJU Senate presidents
April 14th, 2016

As the year nears an end, so does the 2015-2016 student senate. The two senates work independently on certain projects, but collaborate often in order to respond to the student body as a whole. In an effort to be visible …
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Writing as a lifelong skill

Writing as a lifelong skill

By Executive board
April 14th, 2016

If you don’t receive anything out of these four years spent at this institution as a college student, the least you can learn is writing. We cannot stress enough how important it is that as adults, we are able to …
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Becoming the change

Becoming the change

By Wendy Iteghete
April 14th, 2016

“Be the change you want to see in the world” – Mahatma Gandhi. About two months ago, I wrote a piece for the Record regarding my feelings towards the CSB/SJU community. I am writing another piece as an update after …
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A rush to vote with unknown implications

A rush to vote with unknown implications

April 14th, 2016

By Mary-Catherine Steenberge mcsteenberge@csbsju.edu This is my first semester serving on the St. Ben’s Senate and I have absolutely loved it. It’s not always easy and it is certainly time-consuming, but it is also an incredibly rewarding experience that will …
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Event discrimination

Event discrimination

By Tessa Fabian
April 14th, 2016

By Tessa Fabian tlfabian@csbsju.edu St. Ben’s and St. John’s over the years has lessened the gap by making events such as the Father-Daughter dance not only be an affair for fathers and daughters, but also for young women and the …
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Isolation during break periods

Isolation during break periods

By Stanton Charlton
April 14th, 2016

By Stanton Charlton sacharlton@csbsju.edu If you’re reading this, chances are good that you went somewhere for spring break, be it home or otherwise. For many of you spring break was a needed breath of fresh air after a grueling three …
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