Category: St. Cloud State

Left Without A Fighting Chance

Left Without A Fighting Chance

  ST. CLOUD, Minn;  Grnd Forks is known to be a town that revolves around hockey, but recently a huge announcement left the hockey world stunned. Word broke that the University of North Dakota Women’s Hockey program had been cut from the university. “For the WCHA in general it just is a big hit. They are obviously a great competitor […]

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Staying in Recovery

Staying in Recovery

St. Cloud, Minn — For students in recovery, staying sober can be hard, but one group on campus is helping students keep it that way. “It’s a priceless, priceless experience seeing the growth in those students,” says Thaddeus Rybka, the Coordinator of St. Cloud State’s Recovery Community. The Recovery Community started in 2012 with the intention of helping guide students through […]

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Help Bring Jesse Home Safe

Help Bring Jesse Home Safe

ST. CLOUD,Minn- “He is such an amazing soul you would love him” says Bella Kosinski. Jesse Dady has been missing since celebrating a friends birthday at Cowboy Jacks in downtown St. Cloud. Before the group of friends went downtown they partied at a house party where friends say nothing was off about Dady, “He was overly excited than normal but […]

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Searches Continue for Missing St. Cloud Man

Searches Continue for Missing St. Cloud Man

ST. CLOUD, Minn – It’s been over two days since 21-year-old Jessie Dady was last seen in downtown St. Cloud after going out with friends on Friday night, March 24. He was last seen around 1:30 a.m. early Saturday morning, leaving an area bar. St. Cloud Police located video footage of Dady walking alone, northbound on 5th Avenue North, crossing 1st […]

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Giving Back to Baseball

Giving Back to Baseball

ST. CLOUD, Minn; One local man found a way to give back to his community and the sport of baseball. Brett DeGagne grew up in the Sauk Rapids area and played baseball for Sauk Rapids High School. DeGagne then went on to play Division one baseball for the university of North Dakota. “I was kind of a reliever and then […]

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Raising Awareness Worldwide

Raising Awareness Worldwide

    ST. CLOUD,Minn-  The third drought in 25 years has hit Somalia devastating families as food and water are scarce, catching the attention of many from celebrities to St. Cloud community members. Abdifatah Musse is a student at St. Johns but before that he was a young boy in Somalia, “I created these shirts where it says “Our Fight” […]

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Islamophobia Panel Encourages Acceptance

Islamophobia Panel Encourages Acceptance

ST. CLOUD, Minn – Reports of tension and discrimination in St. Cloud and around the nation has prompted students and community members to unite against racism. On Wednesday, March 15, the Women’s Center at St. Cloud State University hosted a panel called, Women’s Voices on Islamophobia and Leadership. Three female, Muslim students shared their perspectives and experiences with a group of […]

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St. Cloud Super America Robbery

St. Cloud Super America Robbery

Last night at 8:12 p.m. officers responded to a robbery at Super America near fourteenth Avenue Northeast of St. Cloud. An unknown male had entered the store and displayed a handgun and demanded money from the thirty-three year old male clerk. The suspect was described as a six foot tall male wearing an all black hoodie and pants. He also […]

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SCSU Men’s Basketball Heads to Quarterfinals

SCSU Men’s Basketball Heads to Quarterfinals

  ST. CLOUD, Minn. – It’s been over a year since the St. Cloud State men’s basketball team has made it into the NSIC tournament, but some players are dedicated to prolong their season as much as they can. The Huskies hosted Wayne State yesterday in an NSIC showdown where the winner would make their way to the section quarterfinals. […]

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SCSU Athletes Take The Plunge

SCSU Athletes Take The Plunge

ST. CLOUD, Minn – It wasn’t quite polar-like temperatures Saturday afternoon, but that didn’t stop St. Cloud State (SCSU) Student Athletes from taking the challenge in the the Annual Polar Plunge this past weekend. The Plunge is an annual event that takes place across the state to help raise awareness and support special Olympics Minnesota. This year Waters Edge on […]

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