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.
Snow. Puppies. The great outdoors. It sounds like a Minnesota fantasy—one SJU alumnus Paul Schurke made a reality when he started Wintergreen Dogsledding Lodge 38 years ago.
Schurke’s love of the outdoors was sparked by summers spent at his family’s cabin on the Apple River, this love grew when he came to St. John’s and got involved in Minnesota Public Interest Research Group (MPIRG), a national organization on college campuses that allows students to get involved with environmental and consumerist issues.
‘17 Pines Q&A with St. John’s JEC Co-chair, Jon Blomquist, and JEC Concert Committee Co-Chair, Logan Pedersen
The Record sat down with Jon Blomquist (St. John’s Co- chair JEC) and Logan Pedersen (Concert Committee Co-Chair JEC) to talk about this years’ Pines concert and events.
Playing an open mic night in London led Jake Braun to a record deal with Trellis Records.
By Sean Kelly – [email protected]
Everyone wants their experience abroad to be one to remember. One SJU student has one to sing about.
SJU junior Jake Braun is in the process of signing a record deal with Trellis Records, a London-based record label. This deal became a reality for Braun after playing an open mic night at Blueberry Bar in London on January 18, while studying abroad. (more…)
By Stephanie Haeg – [email protected]
Women’s history month seems like a great time to examine the foundation of our very own College of St. Benedict.
As most people might have observed with the difference in the dates between the foundation of St. John’s and St. Ben’s, there was quite a while when there weren’t Bennies in Collegeville. (more…)