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Administrators detailed the cuts in a meeting with the Faculty Association. The plan is projected to save $2 million in the 2015 fiscal year and $919,000 in fiscal year 2016.
Administration at Minnesota State University-Moorhead scratched their initial plan of strictly lay offs or early retirement offers to balance their projected eight million dollar deficit by 2016, for something new.
A premed student who has studied at St. Cloud State University since 2010 has been named Miss Minnesota USA 2014.
A member of the Minnesota National Guard who received his commission in 1987 through St. Cloud State University's ROTC program will become the 34th Red Bull Infantry Division's new division commander during a ceremony Saturday at the Rosemount National Guard Armory.
Join us for Breakfast Club with Dr. Betsy Glade, St. Cloud State University, who will present Minnesotans in the Civil War.
Services for Gwenn Johnson, 79, will be 10:30 a.m. Saturday at First Lutheran Church in Brookings, with burial in Old Woodlawn Cemetery at Pipestone.
How well are Minnesota Colleges and Universities preparing students for successful careers? Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton met with students from Saint Mary's and Winona State University Wednesday on The Winona State campus.
Cloud has issued a snow emergency, starting at 12:01 a.m. Thursday. Because the winter storm warning predicts 5 to 7 inches of snow and winds of 15-25 mph for the evening and early morning, a snow emergency has been issued.
The event is free. For more, visit www.stcloudstate.edu/teaching/programs/bookTalks.
Implementing significant reforms in any organization is never easy. And it often gets more difficult the larger the size of the group.
St. Cloud State University students studying new media presented a new work called "Sound Dust" on Tuesday at the Gallery Vault in downtown St. Cloud.
The District 6 Youth Summit that was scheduled for tonight at St. Cloud State University has been postponed due to weather conditions.
Betsy Glade will present "Minnesotans in the Civil War" at 9 a.m. Dec. 11 as part of the Stearns History Museum Breakfast Club.
Don't get too excited about the latest St. Cloud State University poll in Minnesota, but it does at least offer a glimmer of hope for a Minnesota Republican Party that still finds itself in financial and organizational straits.
A St. Cloud group wants to start a low-power FM radio station that would broadcast news and music for Somali Americans.