Athletes take on world hunger

By Lydia Farmer [email protected] Soy, veggies, protein, rice. Seal the bags, box them up, put the boxes on pallets, load them onto the truck. After that, the destiny of these meals prepared by St. John’s students might be as close as St. Cloud or as far...

Tabletop Gaming Club brings back the board

By Katie Sohm [email protected] Most college students play board games only occasionally and would not consider them to be a favorite hobby, but the members of the Tabletop Gaming Club meet once a week to do just that. The Tabletop Gaming Club was...

2020 budget revealed to students

By Cullen Trobec [email protected] Will budget cuts be made? Yes. But the effects of the cuts are unlikely to be felt directly by students. On Tuesday, March 19, senior administrative members of both CSB and SJU met with members of the student senates...

Top 15 in nation

Jenna Degen and Kai Barber represented CSB/SJU at the NCAA Indoor Championships on March 9 in Boston, Massachusetts They both finished in the top 15. By Nick Corrigan [email protected] Both CSB and SJU track and field were represented at the NCAA...

News

St. John’s Senate Update | Residential Life addresses Record opinion regarding housing

By Emma Culhane [email protected] The meeting of the St. John’s Senate (SJS) began with representatives of Residential Life coming in to talk to the senate about a recent opinion article that was printed in The Record regarding housing on the St....

St. Ben’s Senate Update | Senators maintain support for cancelling MLK Day classes

By Alec Boedigheimer [email protected] On the first day of spring, Wednesday, March 20, the St. Ben’s Senate (SBS) reconvened to discuss ongoing business, talk about the upcoming schedule and hold an open forum. With the year coming to a close, the...

JEC releases Neon Trees as Pines headliner

By Brianna Steigauf [email protected] JEC announced the headliner for Pines 2019, Neon Trees, on Friday, March 15, The announcement followed a release party which featured a performance by local rock band Guytano. Neon Trees is an American rock band...

CSB/SJU Environmental Column | Tax would limit plastic consumption

By Cormac Quinn [email protected] Plastic pollution is a modern and pervasive problem with its longevity in the environment creating consequences for decades to come. Reducing the use of plastic bags through supplying alternatives or restricting access...

CSB/SJU Environmental Column | CSB limits plastic, SJU stagnates

By Sierra Lammi [email protected] While plastics are in almost every product we buy, students will not find plastic bags or plastic water bottles for sale at CSB dining centers. Plastic is a relatively cheap material to create products with, as opposed to...

Snow removal costs explained

By Lydia Glen [email protected] With record snowfall in February, the costs of snow removal are record-worthy too. In winter, the grounds crew on each campus is tasked with keeping the paths around campus free of snow and ice. Compared to spring, summer...

2020 budget revealed to students

By Cullen Trobec [email protected] Will budget cuts be made? Yes. But the effects of the cuts are unlikely to be felt directly by students. On Tuesday, March 19, senior administrative members of both CSB and SJU met with members of the student senates...

Variety

CSB/SJU Housing Bracket

Editors Note: In honor of March Madness and CSB/SJU housing selection from April 4-18, The Record has created a CSB/SJU Housing Bracket. The following bracket is for you to fill out, but check The Record’s Facebook page to vote on the matchups. We also...

Ask an alumnus | Featuring CSB/SJU alumna Professor Jennifer Kramer

What year did you graduate? 1994 What was your major? Communication What are you doing now? I am a communication professor at CSB/SJU. How did CSB/SJU help get you to where you are now? Jeanne Cook (also a comm prof today in the Comm Dept) told me when I...

Tabletop Gaming Club brings back the board

By Katie Sohm [email protected] Most college students play board games only occasionally and would not consider them to be a favorite hobby, but the members of the Tabletop Gaming Club meet once a week to do just that. The Tabletop Gaming Club was...

Time away

CSB/SJU students submitted photos from their 2019 spring break trips. Students travelled through ABE, service trips and with friends and family.        

Beards and Brews | Irish beers for the weekend’s cheers

By Patrick Quigley and Jack Wozniak [email protected][email protected] Hello and slainté to all the campus beer lovers out there. This weekend is the favorite holiday of the bearded boys and so we’re going to try to take you out to the Emerald...

Sports

Sports Column | It’s March and that means brackets and basketball

By Nick Corrigan [email protected] It is that time of year again. Time to fill out brackets, sit on the couch and watch college basketball all day long. Students should make sure they are still attending classes though. March Madness seems to be one...

Sports Column | It’s March and that means brackets and basketball

By Brandon Spratt [email protected] With March Madness starting up this week, I wanted to provide you with some viewing tips for watching the games. By now, your bracket is all filled out, so simply sit back and enjoy the games. Inevitably some of my...

Athletes take on world hunger

By Lydia Farmer [email protected] Soy, veggies, protein, rice. Seal the bags, box them up, put the boxes on pallets, load them onto the truck. After that, the destiny of these meals prepared by St. John’s students might be as close as St. Cloud or as far...

Servin’ into the MIAC | St. Ben’s tennis

By Megan Dierberger [email protected] As the sun shon down on the South Carolina tennis courts and the temperature reached the upper 50s during spring break, the CSB tennis team recorded its best start since the 2005-06 season. The Bennies are...

Servin’ into the MIAC | St. John’s tennis

By Kayla Albers [email protected] St. John’s tennis had its first conference win against Concordia 5-4 and a non-conference win against St. Norbert (Wis.) 8-1 for a 2-0 weekend. The Johnnies are now 4-5 overall and 1-0 in the conference. In their match...

Opinion/Editorial

Sports Column | It’s March and that means brackets and basketball

By Nick Corrigan [email protected] It is that time of year again. Time to fill out brackets, sit on the couch and watch college basketball all day long. Students should make sure they are still attending classes though. March Madness seems to be one...

Sports Column | It’s March and that means brackets and basketball

By Brandon Spratt [email protected] With March Madness starting up this week, I wanted to provide you with some viewing tips for watching the games. By now, your bracket is all filled out, so simply sit back and enjoy the games. Inevitably some of my...

Our View | March Madness highlights need for player autonomy

“Our view” is prepared by the Executive board and should be considered the institutional voice of The Record. Lydia Farmer, Editor-In-Chief — [email protected] Brandon Spratt, Managing Editor — [email protected] Ben Pults, Managing Editor...

Editor’s Take | Cheap rhetoric is not the answer to our political differences

Nick Swanson is the opinion and editorial editor for The Record By Nick Swanson [email protected] In the March 15, 2019 edition of The Record, an opinion piece titled “Yes, Ilhan Omar is an anti-Semite” criticized Rep. Ilhan’s statements toward...

Opinion | Alternative Break Experience allows time to reflect on what’s important

By Diamond Rover [email protected] There was little time to reflect during my trip to the Dominican Republic for an Alternative Break Experience. And upon returning, I feel like I’m searching for ways to channel the momentum of my trips impact. I have...

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