Category: St. Cloud State

Much of the Pack Returning for Huskies in 2021-22

Much of the Pack Returning for Huskies in 2021-22

In a season that saw the Huskies Men’s Hockey team earn their way to the NCAA national championship game last week some members of the squad have already committed their return for next season. In an interview with KFAN in Minneapolis, Head Coach Brett Larson announced that forwards Easton Brodzinski and Kevin Fitzgerald will make another run with the Huskies […]

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Hey, You Okay?

Hey, You Okay?

This week at St. Cloud State University, many student organizations have teamed up to have the annual ‘Hey, You Okay?’ week. This is a series of events that encourages students and faculty to start the conversation about mental health and to decrease the stigma surrounding those conversations. UTVS News Reporter Sydney Wolf was able to discuss the events happening this […]

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Tom Nelson receives prestigious award

Tom Nelson receives prestigious award

St. Cloud State’s former Assistant Athletic Director of Strategic Communications, Tom Nelson, has been announced the recipient of a prestigious award. Nelson, who recently retired after helping out with thousands of Huskies sports games throughout his career, has been given the CoSDIA Lifetime Achievement Award. He was hired by the University in 1996, but had tons of previous sports experience […]

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Women divers prepare for nationals

Women divers prepare for nationals

The St. Cloud State Women’s Diving team has had four members this year qualify for the national tournament. The NCAA championships are coming up in just a few days, March 17th-20th in Birmingham, Alabama. The four divers, Madison Brinkman, Alyssa Doherty, Meredith Matchinsky, and Annalisa Anderson, all are preparing for the hardest tournament of the year after sweeping the top […]

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Campus Thanksgiving Guidelines

Campus Thanksgiving Guidelines

With COVID-19 cases spreading and increasing throughout the state of Minnesota, the CDC has recommended Americans to not travel over the holidays to prevent further spread of the novel coronavirus. One of the communities that is impacted the most by these recommendations is college students, since most would return home for Thanksgiving weekend to return back to campus for finals […]

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St. Cloud State University to host free COVID-19 tests

St. Cloud State University to host free COVID-19 tests

(UTVS) St. Cloud State University is hosting a free COVID-19 saliva test for all students, faculty, and staff from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. tomorrow November 18th in the Atwood Memorial Ballroom. Participants who take the test will be emailed their results within 48-72 hours. To register for the event, use the Huskies Connect Page located here. Walk-ins will not […]

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Mental health during the pandemic

Mental health during the pandemic

Staying healthy mentally has been a challenge for people of all walks of life during the year 2020. With so many negative things happening in the world around us, it can be hard to stay positive. One of the groups affected the most has been young people, specifically college students. Most aren’t able to have a normal semester with online […]

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Red and black days on campus

Red and black days on campus

St. Cloud State University had it’s annual red and black days homecoming events last week. Although this homecoming experience had to be changed drastically to be socially distanced and didn’t contain any sporting events, the school was still able to have some virtual and in-person activities. Our own UTVS reporter Sarah Bunich was able to attend some of the events […]

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Flu shots on campus

Flu shots on campus

This year, it is more important than ever to receive your annual flu shot. With many healthcare resources running low to to the current pandemic, many doctors and nurses are trying to encourage the general public to receive the vaccine to prevent future illness in a system that is already stressed. UTVS reporter Claire Thorn was able to talk to […]

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Creating space for discussion

Creating space for discussion

SCSU and the College of St. Benedict’s and St. John’s University teamed up last week with a couple of local leaders in the community to have a discussion around policing. Members of the panel included professors Shawn Williams, Mary Clifford, and Malik Stewart, along with UniteCloud leader Natalie Ringsmuth, and moderator Crystal Diaz. The panel was entitled ‘What Should Policing […]

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