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1. Participants from 18 states converge on CSB and SJU for Liberal Arts Illuminated conference
The conference, hosted by the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University, gave participants the opportunity to address the challenges faced by liberal arts institutions but also to affirm and celebrate the core values that underpin a liberal arts education.
July 13, 2018

2. John Beckius ’18 keeps Fulbright ETA award all in the family
He follows his sister Heather ’14 in capturing honor; will serve in South Korea.
July 11, 2018 - By Mike Killeen

3. SJU names three new members to Board of Trustees
Three-year terms began July 1 for Scott Becker ’77, Michele Martin and Edgar ‘Chip’ Ray ’82.
July 9, 2018

4. CSB adds Kristen Hodge-Clark to Board of Trustees
Board now has 33 voting members as newest member began term July 1.
July 9, 2018

5. For the riskiest ride of his life, there was a Bennie riding shotgun
Sara Becker Schultz ’03 is a proud CSB nursing graduate . In 2008, she accompanied her husband Mike on a white-knuckled ambulance ride through a snowstorm after the snowmobile accident that cost him his leg and could have taken his life.
July 6, 2018 - By Greg Skoog '89; Photo of Mike with snowboard and prosthetic leg by Wayne Davis

6. SJU junior following native Sweden in World Cup - from Washington, D.C.
Bardia Bijani Aval excited by Swedes advancing to quarterfinal round in world’s ‘biggest sports event.’
July 3, 2018 - By Mike Killeen

7. Interfaith program to focus on migration and welcoming the stranger
Sept. 5 event celebrates the grand opening of an art exhibit by Laurie Wohl at CSB.
July 3, 2018

8. Saint John’s fire chief receives Patriot Award from agency
Steve Berhow honored for strong support of Army National Guard cadet.
July 2, 2018