In the News

Fr. Dale Launderville, OSB, professor of theology, quoted in Wednesday, April 15 Catholic News Service article "Acts of Apostles tells of people, events in Christianity's early history"

Michael Hemesath, SJU president, quoted on Tuesday, April 14 WJON story "SJU Representatives to Present Pope Francis Saint John's Bible"

CSB students Anna Luke and Jammie Tutol and CSB/SJU Chemistry Department featured in Monday, April 13 Wall Street Journal article "Chemistry Departments Try to Attract More Students by Retooling the Major" 

Stephen Saupe, professor of biology, published in Sunday, April 12 St.Cloud Times column "If names are a clue, botanists like both dogs and cats"

The Saint John's Bible featured in Saturday, April 11 Associated Press article "Fine-art edition of final volume of St. John's Bible to be presented to Pope Francis"

CSB/SJU featured in Friday, April 10 KVSC article  "Tea Party Co-Founder To Speak At College of St. Benedict and St. John's University"

CSB/SJU mentioned in Friday, April 10 St. Cloud Times article "Coalition co-founder to discuss clean energy at SJU"

Ann Jonas, general book buyer, published in Friday, April 10 edition of The Visitor article "Looking for a confirmation gift?"

Fr. Michael Kwatera, OSB, faculty resident and Abbey director of liturgy, featured in Friday, April 10 The Visitor column "Leaving our Lenten ark, we come to shore of God’s love, mercy"

Glenda Burgeson, editorial services director, published in Thursday, April 9 St. Cloud Times Writers Group article "Social media means someone's always watching"

Rob Culligan, SJU vice president for institutional advancement, quoted in Thursday, April 9 St. Cloud Times article "SJU group to present pope with Saint John's Bible"

CSB/SJU students and faculty featured in Thursday, April 9 St. Cloud Times article "Students use crowd, features to fight online hostility"

J. David Arnott, associate professor of music, quoted in Thursday, April 9 St. Cloud Times article "CSB/SJU orchestra works with notable Scottish fiddler"

The Saint John's Bible featured in Thursday, April 9 Town Topics article "Bible Exhibition Unites Ancient Traditions And Modern Technology at Erdman Gallery"

CSB Women's Choir mentioned in Saturday, April 4 St. Cloud Times article "'Still I rise' concert to help Anna Marie's Alliance"

Derek Larson, professor of history and environmental studies, featured in Wednesday, April 1 St. Cloud Times column "Differing ideologies divide US in many ways"

Noreen Herzfeld, professor of theology and computer science, featured on Monday, March 30 MPR News Presents segment "Gary Eichten's guests on science vs. religion"

Bernie Evans, Virgil Michel Ecumenical Chair in Rural Social Ministries at Saint John's School of Theology•Seminary published in Thursday, March 26 Diocese of Saint Cloud Column "How big is too big when it comes to farming operations?"

Leslie Hanlon, director of fundraising and marketing with fine arts programming, quoted in Wednesday, March 25 St. Cloud Times article "Black Violin fuses classical, hip-hop and more"

CSB mentioned in Wednesday, March 25 WJON article "Speakers Give Insight Into The World of Sex Trafficking"

Martin Connell, professor of theology, quoted in Monday, March 23 The Oregonian article "Fasting for Lent: Why evangelical Christian millennials are embracing the ritual"

CSB mentioned in Thursday, March 19 Newsleaders article "CSB ranks high for Fulbright, Peace Corps"

Adam Houghton, associate professor of theater, quoted in Thursday, March 19 St. Cloud Times article "'As You Like It' gets modern spin"

Stephen Saupe, professor of biology, quoted in Tuesday, March 17 St. Cloud Times article "Sudden warmup puts maple syrup producers on edge"

"Lean on Me" Stickwork structure at Saint John's pictured in Sunday, March 15 CBS Sunday Morning segment "A North Carolina sculptor branches out"

Fr. Michael Kwatera, OSB, faculty resident and Abbey director of liturgy, featured in Friday, March 13 The Visitor column "Should we experience Lent as a joyful season?"

Ann Jonas, general book buyer, published in Friday, March 13 edition of The Visitor with her article "Love, war and a tale of two sisters"

Valerie Clintsman, CSB junior, featured in Thursday, March 12 espnW.com story "Sportsmanship! Competitors race to the aid of a fallen runner"

Glenda Burgeson, editorial services director, published in Thursday, March 12 St. Cloud Times Writers Group article "Let your voice be heard on state's road, bridge funding"

Kingshuk Mukherjee, assistant professor of global business leadership, had an article published in Chai, a new online newspaper, "Immigrant Firms Grow in St. Cloud"

Stephen Saupe, professor of biology, quoted in Sunday, March 7, St. Cloud Times article titled "Maple syrup producers get to work before the sap runs"

Stephen Saupe, professor of biology, published in Sunday, March 7, St. Cloud Times Column "Maple Sugar and its connection to abolishing slavery"

Mike Ewing, director of Counseling and Health Promotion, and Mary Geller, CSB vice president for Student Development, quoted in the Sunday, March 8, St. Cloud Times article titled "College counselors work to accommodate growing demand"

Glennis Werner Roseboom, incoming CSB athletic director, and Mary Geller, CSB vice president of student development, featured in Thursday, March 5 St. Joseph Newsleader story "Werner Roseboom selected for her dream job"

Derek Larson, professor of history and environmental studies, featured in Wednesday, March 4 St. Cloud Times Writers Group column "US needs to raise its minimum wage"

CSB/SJU Chemistry Department featured in Monday, March 2 Chemical & Engineering News article "Revising The Chemistry Curriculum"

Robert Bell, assistant professor of accounting and finance, featured on "The Catholic Guy" podcast with Lino Rulli '93 "Lino at St John's University with Bob Bell!"

Phil Kronebusch, professor of political science and competitive fellowships coordinator, quoted in Sunday, March 1 St. Cloud Times article "In Fulbright and other programs, global studies strong"