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Artist Casey Whittier to have an open studio session at SJU Art Center

Whittier is this year’s recipient of the Sister Dennis Frandrup Artist Residency.

Award-winning Hanif Abdurraqib to appear at public reading and conversation on Feb. 27

Abdurraqib is a poet, essayist, cultural critic and MacArthur Fellow.

The Record earns Minnesota Newspaper Association award for general excellence in college division

The honor - the first for the newspaper since 2015 - goes to the top college newspaper in the state.

Benedictine Volunteer Corps selects 20th cohort in program's history

Since its founding in 2003, the BVC has sent around 315 volunteers to Benedictine monasteries around the world. Participants spend a year supporting those communities in their work, prayer and common life.

CSB and SJU announce Dean’s List for 2023 fall semester

Students must have grade-point averages greater than or equal to 3.80 for that semester.

From SJU to the Super Bowl: Ben Bartch ready for Sunday’s big game

The former Johnnie All-American is now an offensive lineman for the San Francisco 49ers who will take on the Kansas City Chiefs Sunday in Super Bowl LVIII.

The Bennie Johnnie Experience on the Big Screen

The College Tour Episode Premieres Feb. 8.

Best Buy CEO Corie Barry '97 inspires next-generation leaders at admission reception

CSB alumna shares insights on ethical leadership, liberal arts education and the transformative power of community.

Jim Bassett '58 to receive 2024 Fr. Walter Reger Award on April 19

Bassett was a member of the SJU Alumni Association board, even serving as board president in 1994-95, and has established a lengthy track record of service and philanthropy toward the school.

The Healing Aqal offers a chance to step into Somali culture and relate it to your own

In the spirit of her elders, Ifrah Mansour has created a hut reminiscent of those used by East African refugees but with an eye toward accidental beauty.

Revamped CSB and SJU Communication Department now known as Strategic Communication Studies

With that switch will come changes to the curriculum that more clearly delineate targeted pathways for students to gain experience and expertise in particular fields.

Paintings come to life through the work of Leslie Barlow and accompanying videos at SJU Art Center

‘Record of Home/Hearts’ opens Tuesday (Jan. 23) to share stories about representation, race, identity, witnessing and the creative process through more than two dozen portraits.

CSB Dance Team finishes seventh in pom and jazz at nationals

The team competed in the semifinals in both jazz and pom on Saturday (Jan. 13), then advanced to the finals Sunday (Jan. 14) at the Universal Dance Association’s College National Championship held at Disney World in Orlando, Florida.

CSB Dance Team ready for nationals

Under new head coach Kate Dempsey, the team is ready to compete at this weekend's Universal Dance Association (UDA) National College Championships at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida.

Rev. Douglas Mullin elected as 11th Abbot of Saint John's Abbey

Mullin, who was ordained in 2007, was chosen on the first vote to replace retiring Abbot John Klassen.

Professor of History and African American Studies at University of Iowa to keynote Black History Month on Feb. 20 at CSB and SJU

Ashley Howard, whose research interests include the Black Midwest, social movements and the global history of racial violence, will appear Feb. 20 at CSB's Gorecki Conference and Dining Center. There will be a social hour starting at 5 p.m., with the lecture to begin at 6 p.m.

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