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Not guilty

Not guilty

By Erin Kelso
September 12th, 2014

The morning of Tuesday Sept. 2 began just like any other for senior Ana Nugent—she was lying in bed, skimming through the news headlines on her phone. As she scrolled to the bottom of the screen, however, the day suddenly …
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Fostering global connections

Fostering global connections

By Anastasia Pauluk
September 12th, 2014

During fall semester, 18 students from seven countries will take part in a fall-semester or year-long study abroad program at CSB/SJU. In addition to these programs, CSB/SJU will also host 12 students from India for a short-term program in October, …
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Annual theater festival draws large crowd, is deemed a success

Annual theater festival draws large crowd, is deemed a success

By Claire DesHotels
September 5th, 2014

Students at CSB/SJU can be expected to accomplish a lot in 24 hours. Last weekend, roughly 50 students went so far as to create and perform an entire theatrical production in a single day. CSB/SJU’s Theater Department hosted its annual …
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Who to know: Jake Lenau

Who to know: Jake Lenau

By Sarah Ober
September 5th, 2014

You may not know the name Jake Lenau off the top of your head, but if you have ever eaten at Gorecki, you may know the man who greets you with a smile and a head of blue and purple …
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Humor-scopes

Humor-scopes

By Kyle Murray
September 5th, 2014

Aries: Stay true to your convictions and dietary habits. The upcoming zombie apocalypse will present challenges to your health, but shucking your organic diet would be living a lie. Eat the vegans first. #grassfed Taurus: The early bird may get …
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The Lost Diary of S.C.

The Lost Diary of S.C.

By Kyle Murray
September 5th, 2014

Kiera Faber’s art exhibit, “The Lost Diary of S.C.,” will be on display through Sept. 26 at the St. John’s Art Building. Her work displays 27 photos, six drawings, sculptures and assorted objects. Faber was a visiting professor at CSB/SJU …
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How much does it cost to skip class?

By Vanessa Hird
March 21st, 2014

Every college student hears the importance of attending class on numerous occasions. At CSB/SJU, the attendance policy is up to the discretion of the instructor. However, the average amount of money lost missing class may have students regard their attendacnce …
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Cody with potatoes by Lauren Currie

Growing with Groen: Potatoes

By Cody Groen
March 21st, 2014

“PO-TA-TOES! Boil ‘em, mash ‘em, stick ‘em in a stew.” At last we come to it, the article I’ve desired to write since I began this column. It is on, of course, potatoes. The potato plant, Solanum tuberosum, produces potatoes. …
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CSB to host first Bennie Day of Service

CSB to host first Bennie Day of Service

By Lauren Schoenbauer
March 21st, 2014

Tomorrow marks the first Bennie Day of Service at the College of St. Benedict. In celebration of the college’s 100-year anniversary, the entire school will be joining forces to give back to the community. This one-day service event as part …
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Rachel VonBank

Your Story: Rachel VonBank, Makeup Mastery

By Sarah Ober
March 21st, 2014

With a blush brush in hand, lively chatter on her lips and a professional lamp illuminating her work, CSB sophomore Rachel VonBank is helping on-campus women enhance their natural and inner beauty with the help of a little makeup and …
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