The Men’s Husky Hockey squad completed two different comebacks last weekend to sweep North Dakota.
The Men’s Husky Hockey squad completed two different comebacks last weekend to sweep North Dakota.
Men’s hockey scores 6 unanswered goals twice in series with rival North Dakota
Men’s hockey scores 6 unanswered goals twice in series with rival North Dakota
Women’s hockey sweeps St. Thomas for the second time this season
Women’s hockey sweeps St. Thomas for the second time this season
Keeping Students Safe on SCSU Campus
Keeping Students Safe on SCSU Campus
SCSU’s Long-Forgotten Underground Tunnel System
SCSU’s Long-Forgotten Underground Tunnel System
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Keeping Students Safe on SCSU Campus

Keeping Students Safe on SCSU Campus

Article Written by Kyle Ginsbac On the night of Nov. 13, 2022, a shooting occurred on the campus of The University of Virginia, located in Charlottesville, Va. A gunman opened fire on his fellow students as their bus returned from campus, killing three and injuring...

SCSU’s Long-Forgotten Underground Tunnel System

SCSU’s Long-Forgotten Underground Tunnel System

Article Written by Grace Jacobson -- Assistant Editor. Photo Taken by Grace Jacobson -- Assistant Editor Winter is in full swing in the Granite City as snow blankets the ground and temperatures tumble below freezing. On the campus of St. Cloud State University,...

The Men’s Husky Hockey squad completed two different comebacks last weekend to sweep North Dakota.

The Huskies Women Soccer Season Comes to An End

Article Written by Christian Winfield The Huskies women soccer team season ends as they ended the season with 6 wins, 5 losses, and 4 ties. The head coach of the Huskies women Soccer team Greta Arvesen stepped down from the head coach position this previous season....

The Men’s Husky Hockey squad completed two different comebacks last weekend to sweep North Dakota.

SCSU Meteorology: A Program of Success

Article Written by Brian Moos. The St. Cloud State meteorology department is one of the best in the nation for preparing students for the challenging world of weather. As the only meteorology program of its kind in the state of Minn. there is major draw to the Granite...

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