By Bridget Lenczewski
The 20th annual Festival of Cultures (FOC) will be held from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 18 in the Haehn Campus Center (HCC) Fieldhouse at St. Ben’s. The event is hosted by the Intercultural and International Student Services (IISS) and co-sponsored by the St. Ben’s and St. John’s Catering and Dining Services. (more…)
By Katarina Podewils
Alter Boyz, a comedy sketch group on campus, is performing a show at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 30 at Stephen B. Humphrey Theater.
The show the group plans to perform will consist of approximately ten skits that all range about five minutes in length. There is an overarching theme that connects the skits all together, and SJU member Zachary Brown explains that the show should appeal to CSB/SJU students. (more…)
By Brandon Spratt
Last Saturday’s game at Clemens Stadium featured two top defenses, but only one team could win to clinch its spot in the NCAA Division III playoffs.
No. 6 St. John’s was able to do just that with a 10-3 win over No. 18 Concordia-Moorhead. (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…)
SIERRA LAMMI • [email protected] • The wood fire kiln is located in a shed next to the Watab River. At it’s first lighting, the kiln was originally dedicated to Sister Johanna Becker.
SIERRA LAMMI • [email protected] • In order to keep it hot, the kiln has to be continually stoked.
By Katarina Podewils
On the shores of the Watab River in Collegeville, a pottery kiln was continuously fired from Oct. 20-29.
Not to be mistaken with the kiln located at the St. John’s pottery studio, this kiln—dedicated to Sister Johanna Becker—is an outdoor wood fire kiln that demands 24-hour attention. (more…)
By Megan Dierberger
Over 400 fans filled up Schoenecker Arena in St. Paul as the St. Ben’s and St. Thomas volleyball teams went head-to-head for the MIAC title last Saturday.
St. Ben’s upset their long-time rivals on their home court with a 3-2 win to clinch its first MIAC championship since 2009. (more…)