CSB alumna Precious Drew ’18 was recently selected as a top young leader in Minnesota’s startup community.
Twinam presents ‘Whiteness and the Casta System in Colonial Latin America’ Dec. 9 via Zoom.
Gainey recognized by the Minnesota Association for Environmental Education.
Give SJU Day tally: 1,702 donors, $729,281 raised in 24-hour period.
The collection explores a young Jewish man coming of age during the Holocaust and the struggles he encounters as a refugee in the United States.
Research work is reconnecting CSB and SJU to Native tribe in northern Minnesota.
SJU football earns No. 1 rating in ‘Top 20 Programs That Inspire’ list
College rankings are a fixture of autumn as four outlets spotlight schools.
Gabriel and Miguel Hernandez, SJU sophomores, featured in Nov. 25 The Catholic Spirit article "Twins chosen for scholarship honoring friend, fellow Lourdes parishioner"
Mary Stenson, associate professor of exercise science and sport studies, featured in Nov. 17 U.S. News & World Report article "What the Pandemic Did to Workouts"
Fine Arts Programming featured on Nov. 15 WJON radio story "St. Ben's/St. John's Fine Arts Season Goes Virtual"
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