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Peter Rothstein '88 topped off an amazing year by being chosen as the 2015 Star Tribune Artist of the Year.

This week's episode of Johnnie Bennie Campus News takes a look at student ventures and ways to enjoy the winter weather.

Former SJU student Connor Franta won a People's Choice Award for Favorite YouTube Star Jan. 6 in Los Angeles. Franta, who attended SJU from 2011-13, was one of five nominees for the award, which is decided by online voting.

SJU is No. 12, CSB is No. 33 in national ranking of earnings, choice of major, students’ academic preparation and likelihood of graduate degree attainment.

SJU is No. 1 and CSB is No. 3 in survey conducted by Money Magazine among national private schools.

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Derek Larson, professor of history and environmental studies, featured in Wednesday, Feb. 3 St. Cloud Times column "What did Iowa establish? Or anti-establish?"

Bernie Evans, Virgil Michel Ecumenical Chair in Rural Social Ministries at Saint John's School of Theology and Seminary, featured in Friday, Jan. 29 The Visitor column "Want to make a difference in the world? What are you waiting for?

Mitch Fritz, SJU first-year student, featured in Friday, Jan. 29 Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference website story "SJU's Fritz captures attention with igloo and recent play"

Theresa Farrell, CSB senior, and Mary Dana Hinton, CSB president, featured in Wednesday, Jan. 27 Minnesota Campus Compact article "Liberal Arts as Liberation: College of Saint Benedict Student and President Perspectives"

Ronald Pagnucco, professor of peace studies, quoted in Wednesday, Jan. 27 Star Tribune article "St. Cloud faculty member, adviser helps immigrant students with hurdles she once faced"

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"Water Shaping Stone: Faith, Relationships, and Conscience Formation" by Kathryn Lilla Cox, associate professor of theology, is now available.

"Gender in Hispanic Literature and Visual Arts" edited and with contributions by Tania Gomez, Patricia Bolanos-Fabres and Christina Mougoyanni Hennessy is now available. Bolanos-Fabres and Hennessy are associate professors of Hispanic studies and gender studies. Gomez is associate professor of Hispanic studies.

"Living Your Discipleship: Seven Ways to Express Your Deepest Calling" by Kathleen Cahalan, professor of theology in Saint John's School of Theology and Seminary, and Laura Kelly Fanucci, SOT '09, is now available.

Jason Schlude, assistant professor of classics in the Department of Languages and Cultures, published an article titled "The Political Borderlines of Herod the Great" in the most recent issue of the University of Toronto Journal of Jewish Studies.

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