In the News
CSB Renaissance Series presentation by Geena Davis featured in Friday, March 7 St. Joseph Newsleader story "Actress Geena Davis talks about media gender equality at CSB"
Nick Hayes, professssor of history and University Chair in Critical Thinking, featured in Wednesday, March 5 MinnPost.com column "In Ukraine, both sides go feral"
Louis Johnston, associate professor of economics, featured on Wednesday, March 5 Minnesota Public Radio "Morning Edition" segment "The economic impact of raising the minimum wage"
Derek Larson, professor of environmental studies and history, featured in Wednesday, March 5 St. Cloud Times Writers Group column "Drop 10-cent bill; pass 3-cent tax"
Emily Reimer, CSB senior, featured in Tuesday, March 4 St. Cloud Times story "What's it like to be a student naturalist in Central Minnesota?"
Ryan Klinkner, SJU athletic media relations director, featured in Friday, Feb. 28 New Ulm Journal article "NUHS grad honored at St. John's"
Fr. Dale Launderville, professor of theology, featured in Friday, Feb. 28 Cedar Valley Daily Times article "Biblical scholar Launderville to give talk on afterlife March 6"
Tony Cunningham, professor of philosophy, featured in Friday, Feb. 28 Sartell Newsleader story "In debate, verbal football tossed back and forth (part 1)."
CSB Renaissance Series speaker Geena Davis featured in Wednesday, Feb. 26 WJON radio story "Academy award-winning actor Geena Davis speaks at St. Ben's"
CSB Renaissance Series speaker Geena Davis featured in Wednesday, Feb. 26 St. Cloud Times story "Oscar winner Geena Davis speaks at CSB about gender equality in media"
MaryAnn Baenninger, CSB president, featured in Tuesday, Feb. 25 Minneapolis Star Tribune story "Departing CSB president heading to Drew U"
MaryAnn Baenninger, CSB president, featured in Tuesday, Feb. 25 St. Cloud Times story "Outgoing CSB president Baenninger hired to lead Drew University"
Michael Hemesath, SJU president, featured in Sunday, Feb. 23 St. Cloud Times "To a Higher Degree" column "Web classes won't take place of traditional college"
Saint John's Abbey Arboretum mentioned in Friday, Feb. 21 St. Cloud Times article "Sledding in St. Cloud for the sake of science"
Peggy Roske, CSB and SJU archivist, featured in Thursday, Feb. 20 St. Joseph Newsleader article "More than 250 people attend Avon Hills conference"
Tony Cunningham, professor of philosophy, featured in Thursday, Feb. 20 KNSI radio story "Is high school football safe?"
CSB featured in Wednesday, Feb. 19 KNSI radio story "St. Ben's rated highly for Peace Corps volunteers"
CSB featured in Tuesday, Feb. 18 WJON radio story "St. Ben's recognized as top volunteer producing school."
Mary Harlander-Locke, associate director of career services, quoted in Tuesday, Feb. 18 St. Cloud Times story "CSB cracks top 25 in Peace Corp volunteers"
Glenda Burgeson, director of editorial services, featured in Friday, Feb. 14 St. Cloud Times Writers Group column "Flights give reason to cheer"
Brian Jose, executive director of Fine Arts Programming, was featured in the Thursday, Feb. 13 Sartell Newsleader story "Jose accepts 'top presenter' award"
Matt Lindstrom, professor of political science and Jean LaVigne, assistant professor and interim chair of environmental studies, were featured in the Monday, Feb. 10 MPR News Presents segment "Debate: Chickens should be able to roost in residential areas"
Steve Saupe, professor of biology, featured in Sunday, Feb. 9 St. Cloud Times column "Hearts abound on plant leaves"
Jim Crumley, associate professor of physics, quoted in Sunday, Feb. 9 St. Cloud Times article "Position in sunspot cycle boosts opportunity to observe the aurora borealis in Minnesota"
Louis Johnston, associate professor of economics, featured in Friday, Feb. 7 MinnPost.com column "Goodbye, Ben Bernanke: We can't wait to hear your story"
Derek Larson, professor of environmental studies and history, featured in Wednesday, Feb. 5 St. Cloud Times Writers Group column "Let market decide Sunday alcohol sales"