Category: St. Cloud State

A New Dog In Town

Former St. Cloud State Men’s Hockey Coach Bob Motzko announced his resignation from the university three days after the Huskies were knocked out of the NCAA tournament in the first round against Air Force. A search committee that included Athletic Director Heather Weems and university President Ashish Vaidya immediately formed to find his replacement. “Heather and I talked very quickly […]

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SCSU Participates in Alcohol Awareness Month

(UTVS) ST. CLOUD – As the month of April is Alcohol Awareness Month, St. Cloud State University is finding many ways to participate on campus. The “U Choose” center at St. Cloud State University aims to help students connect with appropriate campus and community resources as well as educate them on responsible behaviors when it comes to the impact of […]

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Easter Egg Hunt At St. Cloud  Country Club

Easter Egg Hunt At St. Cloud Country Club

Looking for eggs this Easter weekend? If so then you’re in luck! The Saint Cloud is Hosting an Easter Egg Hunt for three different age groups ranging from 1-Year-Olds all the way to 12-Year-Olds. Kids are able to hunt for the eggs on the country club grounds. Find Easter Eggs on the clubhouse grounds and turn them in for a […]

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Immigration Series

ST. CLOUD, MN –  Policy concerning the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, has been a hot-button topic for the country over the last few months. With protests and rallies taking place everywhere from San Antonio, Texas to Washington, D.C. and all the way back to here at home in Minneapolis, understanding just what all the fuss is about […]

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A Program of Excellence: St. Cloud State Wrestling

The St. Cloud State Wrestling team spent their spring break differently than most students do; by competing for a national title. The Huskies made the trek down to Cedar Rapids, Iowa over the weekend to compete in the NCAA Division II Wrestling Championship, and they didn’t come home empty handed. The team brought home their third national title in four […]

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Liebling ends campaign for governor

Liebling ends campaign for governor

Experienced Democratic representative Tina Liebling  announced her exit from the race for Minnesota governor on Monday. Liebling did not feel confident in her odds to win the DFL endorsement. The race to replace Mark Dayton remains heavily contested. Three candidates remain on the Democratic side, with U.S Rep. Tim Walz, state Rep. Erin Murphy, and state Auditor Rebecca Otto left fighting. For Republicans, former governor […]

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Local Robbery in St. Cloud State Neighborhood

Local Robbery in St. Cloud State Neighborhood

Around midnight on the evening of Valentine’s Day three people were robbed at gunpoint while walking home on the 600 block of 8th Avenue South. Two males aged 21 and 20 from St. Cloud were walking with a 19-year-old female also from St. Cloud when two men approached them and showed a handgun and proceeded to rob the victims. During […]

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To Caucus or Not to Caucus?

To Caucus or Not to Caucus?

(UTVS)Tonight at 7PM CST Minnesotans will have their first chance to engage in the political process with Caucus day.   Democrats and Republicans will go to their respective locations to decide on delegates being sent to the conventions, resolutions to be debated, and the first gubernatorial straw poll.   The process is an important step in deciding the issues that […]

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Preparations for St. Mary’s concert taking place

Preparations for St. Mary’s concert taking place

ST. CLOUD, Minnesota – For the past two and a half months, choir students at St. Cloud State have been preparing for their St. Mary’s choir concert. The concert will take place at St. Mary’s Church in St. Cloud at 2 pm on Nov. 12th. The concert features the different choir groups, including: men’s choir, women’s choir, chamber ensemble, and […]

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Creating a Tighter Zone

Creating a Tighter Zone

ST. CLOUD, Minn;  The state of Minnesota has been discussing the issue of injuries in sports for some time now, but recently, the MSHSL released new regulations for baseball in regards to injuries due to pitching. These new regulations include monitored pitch counts and recovery time. This means that and pitcher at the varsity level has a maximum of 105 […]

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