SCSU Hosting Toy Drive for Children in Ukraine

SCSU Hosting Toy Drive for Children in Ukraine

Article written by Danielle Remme   St. Cloud State University is always looking for new ways to not just help around our local community, but to make a difference around the world. Students and staff have been brainstorming on ways to send our support to those of...

Student Employee Appreciation Event Recap

Student Employee Appreciation Event Recap

Article written by Emma Bast. Recently, St. Cloud State University hosted an event for their student employees. The Financial Aid Office, Student Life and Development, Strategic Enrollment Management, and the University College partnered to host a cookies and coffee...

Severe Weather Awareness Week in Minnesota

Severe Weather Awareness Week in Minnesota

Article written by Parker Kieser  This week in April is Severe Weather Awareness Week in Minnesota, from April 4th – April 8th. This article will focus on each safety topic from Monday through Friday. To quickly find a specific day, look for the bold headings. To get...

Daylight saving to become permanent

Daylight saving to become permanent

Daylight Savings is a thing of the past. Photo Courtesy of Ahmet Hamdi  Article written by Justin Albachten Daylight saving, what even is it? Or potentially more accurate, what was it? Daylight saving (DTS) has been a relative constant throughout a majority of the...

Burning of the Press Bar Set for Trial this May

Burning of the Press Bar Set for Trial this May

The Press Bar trial is set for May. Photo Courtesy Saint Cloud Police Department Article written by Edgardo Oviedo The Press Bar Owner Andy Welsch Trial is scheduled for this spring after, being charged on federal indictment charges, when he burned down his bar...

First outdoor track and field meet

First outdoor track and field meet

Article written by Karla Encarnacion The women’s track and field team did their first outdoor meet of the season this past Saturday, April 3rd. This meet was in the Twin Cities, St. Paul at the Hamline Invitational where three huskies broke their personal records....

SCSU Holds Its First In-Person Town Hall After Two Years

SCSU Holds Its First In-Person Town Hall After Two Years

Article written by Jessica Thao On Thursday, March 17, staff and faculty gathered at the Husky Plaza for SCSU’s first in-person town hall after two years, regarding the removal of mask mandates and deeply thanking staff, students, and faculties for their endurance and...

2022 Status of Women and Girls in MN Webinar at SCSU

2022 Status of Women and Girls in MN Webinar at SCSU

The 2022 Status of Women and Girls had a watch party at SCSU. Photo Courtesy of Women's Foundation of Minnesota  Article written by Bailey Woommavovah The Women’s Center at St. Cloud State University hosted a watch party for the webinar “2022 Status of Women and Girls...

Target raises minimum wage to $24

Target raises minimum wage to $24

Target now hiring at rates up to $24 an hour. Photo credit Danielle Remme   Article written by Danielle Remme   Looking for a new gig? You may want to consider sending Target an application. The Minneapolis based company has announced they will be increasing pay...

SCSU Campus Wide Mask Mandate Ends

SCSU Campus Wide Mask Mandate Ends

Article written by Karlyn Dobmeier On Sunday, March 13, the Bring Huskies Home Team -- a team of SCSU staff and faculty dedicated to making protocol to keep students safe during the pandemic -- sent out an email to all SCSU students announcing that starting Tuesday,...

2021-222 NOAA Winter Outlook: What It Means for Us

2021-222 NOAA Winter Outlook: What It Means for Us

Outlooks for what the Winter season temperatures for 2021-2022. Photo courtesy of NOAA Climate.Gov Article written by Parker Kieser  The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration recently released their 2021-22 Winter Weather Outlook, and La Niña winter is back...

Children’s Museum coming to Saint Cloud

Children’s Museum coming to Saint Cloud

Photo of a planned area in the Children's Museum. Photo Courtesy The Great River Children's Museum  Article written by Joseph Bahr  There will soon be another activity coming to downtown St. Cloud. The Great River Children’s Museum has been in the works since 2012.  ...

Artist Exhibition at SCSU’s Kiehle Gallery

Artist Exhibition at SCSU’s Kiehle Gallery

Nika Kaiser’s work The Passage, was displayed until November 5th. Photo Credit: Ellie Rensenbrink   Article written By Ellie Rensenbrink    St. Cloud State University’s Kiehle Gallery in the Kiehle Visual Arts Center was exhibiting Nika Kaiser: The Passage until...

TEDxStCloud returns back to in person

TEDxStCloud returns back to in person

Groups setting up for their stage time a TedXSt.Cloud. Photo Credit Ellie Rensenbrink.  Article Written by Ellie Rensenbrink  2021’s TEDxStCloud event took place at the Paramount Center for the Arts in downtown St. Cloud at 6:30 p.m. on October 14. The theme this year...

Husky Homecoming Fan Fest

Husky Homecoming Fan Fest

Photo Credit for the Fan Fest event Maya Geving  The annual homecoming fan fest took place outside of the Herb Brooks National Hockey Center on Saturday, October 16th. With its wide assortment of games and activities, hockey fans of all ages could enjoy themselves in...

Gerontology Club Reach Out

Gerontology Club Reach Out

Poster image for the Gerontology Club. Photo Courtesy of the Gerontology Club  This article was written by Gerontology President Jess VanderWerf  Have you heard about Gerontology Club/Sigma Phi Omega (SPO)? Gerontology Club is a great chance to socialize, make new...

SCSU Hosts The Bias Inside Us Exhibit

SCSU Hosts The Bias Inside Us Exhibit

The Smithsonian exhibit aims to educate on the science behind unconscious bias. Photo Credit Isabella Kraft  Everyday snap judgements and assumptions are made by people subconsciously. Though seemingly innocent, overtime these quick thoughts can build up turning into...