Students create mural for Link bus

Students create mural for Link bus

By Grace Kilgore – [email protected]

One of the Link buses is getting a new paint job.

CSB/SJU students in a Latino/Latin American Studies course came up with the idea to put a mural on the outside of the Link. (more…)

Three times the siblings, three times the fun

Three times the siblings, three times the fun

By Jack Colleran – [email protected]

Growing up with siblings can be a pain. You are left battling for all the crucial necessities: your own room, money from your parents and of course, the family car. Now, just imagine if you were one of three. That’s right, a triplet. Better yet, imagine that you all decided to attend the same college. For some here at CSB/SJU, this is a reality. (more…)

Lacrosse to Nationals

Lacrosse to Nationals

By Haley Olson and Megan Toninato
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Lacrosse has quickly moved from its unorthodox nature into a mainstream sport.

At CSB/SJU, both campuses have club lacrosse teams that are making a statement on the national stage.

Although both teams are considered club sports, both teams are proving they have the competitive ability of a varsity sport. (more…)

Studio One continues literary tradition

Studio One continues literary tradition

By Sean Kelly – [email protected]

The 42nd edition of Studio One, CSB/SJU’s literary and visual art journal, was released Friday, April 28.

Within the pages of this year’s issue lies an interview with Fanny Howe, a notable American poet who won the Ruth Lilly poetry prize, as well as submissions from people in the CSB/SJU community and around the world. While this year’s issue includes visual art that makes up most of the publication, there are still numerous poems and one short story. (more…)

MPR comes home

MPR comes home

By Katarina Podewils – [email protected]

Years ago, Minnesota Public Radio (MPR) first aired in Collegeville at a St. John’s recording studio. Only here for a two-day visit, MPR decided to come home to celebrate its 50th anniversary.

During these two days, a variety of events were held at CSB/SJU for the anniversary
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Blazer’s tested: After holding No. 1 all season, Tommies drop CSB to third

Blazer’s tested: After holding No. 1 all season, Tommies drop CSB to third

By Megan Dierberger – [email protected]

After falling to St. Thomas on April 23, the Blazer softball team dropped from first to third place in the MIAC.

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