By Megan Toninato – [email protected]
The National Indoor Track and Field Championships took place March 10-11 in Naperville, Illinois.
At Nationals, there were 16 total athletes from the MIAC Conference: 10 were women and three of them were Blazers.
Sophomore Jenna Degen and seniors London Stelten and Allison Kosobud represented St. Ben’s at the biggest meet of the season. (more…)
Playing an open mic night in London led Jake Braun to a record deal with Trellis Records.
By Sean Kelly – [email protected]
Everyone wants their experience abroad to be one to remember. One SJU student has one to sing about.
SJU junior Jake Braun is in the process of signing a record deal with Trellis Records, a London-based record label. This deal became a reality for Braun after playing an open mic night at Blueberry Bar in London on January 18, while studying abroad. (more…)
The 100th Politics and a Pint welcomed the return of alumnus Denis McDonough ‘92, former White House Chief of Staff to President Barack Obama. The event was held Tuesday, March 14 in Pellegrene Auditorium at St. John’s. Fellow Johnnie alumnus, Dr. Matt Lindstrom ‘92, conducted the interview. Lindstrom is a political science professor at St. John’s and Director of the Eugene J. McCarthy Center for Public Policy and Civic Engagement.
Typically, Politics and a Pint is hosted in Brother Willie’s Pub. However, McDonough’s high-profile status and the limited amount of time organizers had to prepare for his arrival required that the session be held in Pellegrene.
By Kevin Dudley – [email protected]
The Johnnie basketball season officially came to an end on Monday.
They were coming off a wild MIAC championship game where a win would have secured them a bid to the NCAA Division III national tournament but received the news on Monday that, despite their tournament run, they were not selected for the at-large bid either. (more…)
By Samuel P. Butterfass – [email protected]
The Minnesota Street Market is celebrating its fifth anniversary as St. Joseph’s local food and art co-op.
The co-op opened in 2012 after the closure of a local grocery store that had been family-owned for over 100 years. The grocery store, Loso’s, was named after an original settler of St. Joseph, Peter Loso. His son, Martin Loso, opened the store in 1899. (more…)
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