JILLIAN SCHULZ • [email protected] • The new boat is currently housed in the boathouse until the ice melts on the lake.
By Erin Hacker
The CSB/SJU crew team has a new addition: a new used boat. While the crew rowing season ended with a finale regatta, or race, at the end of October, the team is focusing on future seasons. The crew board voted on purchasing a new boat for their team. (more…)
By Taylor Kainz • [email protected]
Calling all sweet-tooths: If you like desserts but don’t like the added calories, here are some options to lighten the load. All of these desserts use healthier alternatives such as black beans and avocados, while still packing a punch in the flavor department. Avoca-don’t you want to try some? (more…)
By George Dornbach
In a corner room in the basement of the Benedicta Arts Center (BAC), ideas and stories are being brought to life. The Welle Book Arts Studio holds an array of letter type, small cubes of metal letters waiting to be set into words, natural materials from CSB/SJU’s surrounding landscapes which will be made into
paper, along with dyes and other supplies. (more…)
KATARINA PODEWILS • [email protected] • Milk and Honey Cider offers a wide variety of fresh pressed ciders to try.
Junior The Record editor Katarina Podewils reviews drinks from Milk and Honey Ciders
By Katarina Podewils
Many may not know that there is a hidden gem found here in St. Joseph, and that gem’s name is Milk and Honey Ciders.
Milk and Honey Ciders, previously located in Cold Spring, opened a new
taproom in St. Joseph this past August. According to co-owner Peter Gillitzer, the decision to move appeared to be more fruitful for business. (more…)
By Steph Haeg
While searching for new history column ideas, one suggested topic that stood out to me was the statues at CSB and SJU.
There’s all sorts of statues on both campuses, and many of them have fascinating histories. (more…)