By Emily Renteria
As the United States rang in the new year, CSB/SJU clarified to its students that injustice to humanity should not and cannot be left in oblivion. CSB/SJU honored Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. through a series of events titled MLK Week 2018: Redeeming the Soul of America.
The events took place on both campuses from Jan. 15-19, so as to provide opportunities for more people to attend at least one event.
By Kevin Dudley
In case you haven’t heard, the CSB/SJU Crew team is on the rise.
The co-ed club sport now has 45 members, 20 of which joined this season. This is a huge spike in membership that has captains Steven Pfahning and Claire Roth excited. (more…)
I am writing because I am very concerned about the latest changes proposed to the Boards of Trustees for our two institutions. The College of St. Benedict and St. John’s University, as schools sharing a Benedictine heritage, have a long tradition of listening to and taking into account the voice and wisdom of all members of the community. It is worrisome to me, that our Boards have decided this year that both the student and faculty representatives should no longer be a part of all the governance committees. (more…)
By Sierra Lammi – [email protected]
This summer the Estates house which has traditionally housed colleges students will be transformed into a bed and breakfast. The owners of the new Estates Bed and Breakfast plan to start the renovations when the current SJU students move out at the end of this year. The establishment will have three suites; two on the second floor, one on the first as well as a lower level library and den area. An outdoor balcony will also be added to the upper floor. The new bed and breakfast is expected to open in August. (more…)
The CSB tennis team has had bumpy 2016-17 season. Their overall record is 8-7 and their conference record is 1-2, putting them in sixth in the MIAC out of 11 teams.
The Blazers are young with a team consisting of six first years, one sophomore, two juniors and one senior.