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Meet the Presidents: Mitchell and Erickson

Meet the Presidents: Mitchell and Erickson

By Taylor Kainz
April 20th, 2016

By Taylor Kainz tmkainz@csbsju.edu I sat down with the newly elected Presidents of the St. Ben’s and St. John’s Senates to ask them a few questions about themselves and what they hope to do in the upcoming year in their …
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Film Review “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” misses the mark

Film Review “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” misses the mark

By Chris Beeth
April 20th, 2016

By Chris Beeth ccbeeth@csbsju.edu Not a bird. Not a plane. No, this is not the Superman we know and love. Nor, is this the Batman akin to Keaton (“Batman,” 1989), Bale (“The Dark Knight Trilogy, 2005-12) or any other mainstream …
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Gluing with Groen-Top 6 crafting tips

Gluing with Groen-Top 6 crafting tips

By Shelby Groen
April 20th, 2016

By Shelby Groen ssgroen@csbsju.edu How do you spend your evenings when you should be doing homework or catching up on sleep? If you’re like me you are probably crafting. Through my creative experiences — late night crafting and mindless wandering …
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Students fight stereotypes with social media

Students fight stereotypes with social media

By Meredith Jarchow
April 20th, 2016

By Meredith Jarchow mgjarchow@csbsju.edu In St. Cloud, Minnesota there is a large population of Somalians fleeing their country for a better life. Mary Triggs and Hannah Lynch plan to tell their story. CSB junior Mary Triggs studied abroad on the …
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Band of eco-brothers

By Sean Kelly
April 14th, 2016

By Sean Kelly spkelly@csbsju.edu Dave Huss and the Peaky Blinders, a newly formed band on campus, grow anxious for the opportunity to perform at 16 Pines. The band had only been in existence for a few days leading up to …
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Saying “I love you”

Saying “I love you”

By Mady Johnson
April 14th, 2016

By Mady Johnson mjjohnson@csbsju.edu “I love you.” Saying this phrase to your significant other is a huge step. And although the actual words “I love you” stay the same, the way in which they are said can make a difference …
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Film Review: “10 Cloverfield Lane” starts strong, drags out finish

Film Review: “10 Cloverfield Lane” starts strong, drags out finish

By Chris Beeth
April 14th, 2016

By Chris Beeth ccbeeth@csbsju.edu Dan Trachtenberg’s directorial debut “10 Cloverfield Lane” is set within the world of its 2008 blockbuster “blood relative” Cloverfield, but it ditches colossal Kaju chaos for a more condensed, kernel of an idea. We open with …
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TIMEFLIES

Timeflies at ’16 Pines

By Megan Flynn
April 14th, 2016

By Megan Flynn m1flynn@csbsju.edu Megan Flynn: Pines has been changing from just a concert to a whole bunch of events-how did that come about? Joe Bussye: Well, actually, it changed from a concert structurally to more events in 2011, that’s …
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‘Urine’ for a unique musical

‘Urine’ for a unique musical

By Mollee Girgen
April 14th, 2016

By Mollee Girgen mcgirgen@csbsju.edu Pro tip: When you see the show, wear a diaper. Or “Go” before you go. The CSB/SJU theater department has been toiling away on sets, costumes, dance numbers and puns in order to prepare for the …
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St. John’s woodworking stays true to Benedictine tradition

St. John’s woodworking stays true to Benedictine tradition

By Sean Kelly
April 14th, 2016

By Sean Kelly spkelly@csbsju.edu Every student at St. John’s has benefited from the efforts of St. John’s Abbey Woodworking, but few know about them. They create a variety of items on campus including bookshelves, bed frames, chairs, desks, the St. …
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