By Mikolaj Puszcaza-Szydlowski
I had the opportunity to visit “At Home With Monsters”, an art exhibit that is traveling around the country. This exhibit, about Mexican film maker Guillerme del Torro, is currently on display at the Minneapolis Institute of Art. (more…)
By Mady Johnson – [email protected]
People are people. Love is love. That’s where it should end. No matter a person’s sex, gender or sexual orientation, each individual deserves respect and dignity.
This is one of the main messages that comes to life on stage in the CSB/SJU Theater Department’s adaptation of “Stop Kiss” by Diana Son. (more…)
By Anna Smisek – [email protected]
CSB/SJU students have recently been taking advantage of the 3-D printers available on campus to transform their ideas from paper to real, 3-D figures.
3-D printing has been a resource on both campuses since 2014, but most students are unaware of this opportunity. CSB/SJU currently has five printers, with more on the way. (more…)
By Joseph Mahowald and Kyle Olson
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Within the craft beer craze, breweries have to go to great lengths to stand out and put forth their individuality.
Tin Whiskers Brewing Company in St. Paul epitomizes this well. The brewery takes quite the alternative approach to brewing beer. With electrical engineering backgrounds, the founders of Tin Whiskers employ scientific methods to manufacture creative crafts that use unconventional ingredients. We sampled Tin Whiskers’ Wheat Stone Bridge, an American Wheat Ale. (more…)
Grab your pint glass this week as we take a trip to the North Shore.
Voyager Brewing Company in Grand Marais has quickly become a destination for all beer lovers. The scenic backdrop of Lake Superior and the surrounding landscape sets the tone for a true Northern Minnesota craft brew.
CSB and SJU have been home to many people, both great and unknown. The rosters of alumni include Senators, White House Chiefs of Staff, farmers and everything in between.
But when we glance around campus and see the names attached to all these buildings, something inparticular might catch our eyes.