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Princeton Review ranks CSB/SJU highly in several listings

Campus food, The Record and an active student government highlighted in survey done with students.

Anantanand Rambachan will speak about oneness of God and diversity of religions at 4:15 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 3, at SJU.

CSB graduate, poet laureate of Wisconsin to give reading Nov. 15

Kimberly Blaeser ’77 gives free reading at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 15, in the Teresa Reception Center, CSB.

Sikh scholar to speak at SJU on God and diversity

Rahuldeep Singh Gill will talk on religious diversity as a divine good at 4:15 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 15.

A four-week graduate school experience

Charles Wright, associate professor of philosophy at CSB and SJU, attended institute as a NEH Summer Scholar.

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Michael Hemesath, SJU president, featured in Sunday, Oct. 23 St. Cloud Times column "Life after high school? 3 tips to learning more"

Tom Kroll, Saint John's Outdoor University director and land manager, featured in Friday, Oct. 21 St. Cloud Times article "Oak trees' acorn production down across Minnesota"

Fr. Michael Kwatera, OSB, faculty resident and Abbey director of liturgy, featured in Friday, Oct. 21 The Visitor column "Reflections on the 'new' Roman Missal five years later"

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Charles Bobertz, professor of theology, is author of the book "The Gospel of Mark: A Liturgical Reading."

LuAnn Reif, professor of nursing, received the Minnesota Commissioner's Award for Distinguished Service in Community Health Services for her dedication to advancing the field of public health and the public health workforce.

Ellen Block, assistant professor of anthropology, and a colleague published an article titled "Relatedness and care in Southern Africa and beyond" in the Journal of Social Dynamics.

Claudia Rankine, whose highly regarded book Citizen received the 2014 Sister Mariella Gable award from the Literary Arts Institute, has been awarded a MacArthur Foundation "Genius" Fellowship. She was in residence at CSB in January 2015.

Kyhl Lyndgaard, director of First Year Seminar and Writing Center, is author of the book "Captivity Literature and the Environment: Nineteenth-Century American Cross-Cultural Collaborations"

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