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Madie McLeod and John Becicka elected as new President and Vice President of student government

Interim President and Vice President, John Becicka and Madie McLeod, were elected as Student Government’s newest President and Vice President. McLeod was voted in as President and Becicka was voted in as Vice President, a reversal of their current roles.     The elections results came after emails containing electronic ballots were sent out to 12,624 actively enrolled students on campus. Of those 12,624 emails, 521 sent back their responses, a little over four percent of the total eligible voting population. Chair of the student government constitutional committee, Mike Fischer, says the small turnout is due to the special elections being held in the fall. “Fall elections aren’t as big as spring elections. The President and Vice President are usually elected in spring semester and this is a special election so it’s shorter,” said Fischer. Students were reminded of the elections periodically in the Husky Howler emails that are sent… Keep Reading


Huskies Sweep Over the Biggest Hockey Weekend of the Year

This past weekend was one the biggest hockey weekends of the year on the SCSU campus.  The women’s team was battling the number one team, the Wisconsin Badgers, and the number 2 ranked men’s Husky team took on the Omaha Mavericks.  The men’s team was able to sweep their competition and here’s how: Game One: The first game for the men’s Husky hockey team was set on Friday, December 7th.  The game started off strong for the Huskies as Husky forward Jack Poehling gets the first goal of the night, assisted by Jacob Benson and Brendan Bushy.  The Huskies continued to fight hard against the Mavericks, not letting them get any shots on goal for the first nine minutes of gameplay. Later in the period, Omaha’s Zach Jordan gets rough with Jack Achan after he slashes him with his stick, resulting in matching penalties and 4-on-4 gameplay. The first period ended… Keep Reading

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Badgers survive Saturday upset watch to clinch sweep

St. Cloud State welcomed the top team in the nation to the Herb Brooks National hockey center this past weekend when the #1 University of Wisconsin traveled from Madison, Wisconsin for the first border battle of the year between the two WCHA rivals. The Badgers came to St. Cloud with a 15 game winning streak against the Huskies, outscoring the cardinal and black 59-6 during that span. Wisconsin came into the weekend fresh off of a sweep of Syracuse, outscoring the Orange 15-2 in two games.  St. Cloud was looking to get back in the win column after dropping the last two of three against Bemidji State University the previous week, but the Huskies came into the weekend with a 3-3 record on their home sheet, looking to defend their home ice to get back above .500 at home.  The last time SCSU had a home game they almost pulled… Keep Reading


The Ultimate Smash: Super Smash Bros Ultimate Nintendo Switch

If you’re a Nintendo fan you know one thing is for sure, December 7th is going to be ultimate. Why ultimate, you ask? Friday December 7th will be the release of the highly anticipated Nintendo Switch game Super Smash Bros Ultimate. This game has been highly anticipated and being that this is the fifth and newest installment to the series it is no reason to doubt what will be waiting for all the players on release date. This new iteration of the classic fighting game will include over 70 fighters from all reaches of Nintendo’s range of characters from the plumber Mario we all know and love to newer characters we haven’t seen like Simon Belmont from the Castlevania game series. Though something even better than just a few new characters is that this new installment will include all the characters from the past games – this means Ice Climbers… Keep Reading


Tis The Season: Sneaker Holiday Drops 2018

The holiday season is upon us and with Christmas just beginning to creep around the corner, it’s about time to grab all the latest gifts for that special someone. In the Hype Beast community it may not be the newest toy that’s on top of the Christmas list this year but it could be the hottest shoes. Nike, Adidas, Puma and Air Jordan are among many of the top brands dropping something before the holiday season ends for next year’s shoe lineup. As November closed out with some great sneakers such as the YEEZY 500 SALTs and the new colorway of the wave runners and the Jordan Legacy 312 “Rookie of the Year”, and even bringing in the Nike 1 Premium “Wheat Gold” with a unique colorway as well. Not to mention the Dragon Ball Z collaboration with Adidas debuting the Cell shoe in a dark green colorway and a… Keep Reading

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Free Speech Club creates controversy at SCSU

An earlier version of this article had a typo which unfortunately made an unoffensive word offensive and has since been corrected. We apologize to any readers that read the article before the correction was made.  The Free Speech Club held their first meeting yesterday, prompting a student led counter event led by members of the St. Cloud State University (SCSU) student government. Members of the club and other SCSU students, partook in an open forum discussion in the Atwood theatre regarding social issues pertaining to the booth held by the Free Speech Club in the previous week. Students asked questions to the President of the Free Speech Club Mathias Eike and Vice President Alexey Igolkin, who said he is a Marine Corps veteran, often criticizing their views on white supremacy, institutional racism, and other topics regarding race and privilege. Eike, started off the forum by explaining the reasoning for their… Keep Reading


Kittens help students de-stress during finals

On Tuesday, December 4, a group of student organizations, including Active Minds and Healthy Huskies, came together to create an event on campus to help with ease student mental health as they go into finals week.  The event was a kitten de-stress session.  There were a few cats that students could pet and play with in between going to classes. The event brought crowds of students to the Atwood Memorial Center throughout the day.  There was even a line of eager students outside the door, excited to pet the kittens. Katie Biedler, an assistant helping run the event said, “There’s a lot of evidence that suggests that petting animals really de-stresses you and helps your heart rate.” She went on to say that having events like these give students time to de-stress when they may not have the time. Active Minds, an organization that collaborated with the event, was there… Keep Reading


JID’s much anticipated DiCaprio 2 – a masterpiece

On the heels of his much-acclaimed debut album The Never Story, JID’s fan base and the rap community alike were very much anticipating his next piece of work. I’m a big fan of JID’s, and although his fan base isn’t as big as the Kendrick’s and the Cole’s of the game, his fans LOVE him. In the current climate, consumers want something that will catch their ear immediately. JID is an artist who can certainly do that, but as DiCaprio 2 shows, once you really focus in and listen with intent, it is evident how special this album and artist really are. The album starts out with “Slick Talk” – and, as JID himself said on Twitter, he produced an “unparalleled level of s*** talk.” Complete with a cathartic beat/flow switch, this song is a perfect introduction of what’s to come. “I heard n***** lookin for a problem, but we… Keep Reading


Anderson .Paak’s Oxnard, expresses the positive aspects of the artist’s life

November 16th was a big day for soul rapper Anderson .Paak, releasing his third studio album Oxnard. While Anderson .Paak had released a few singles in the past few years, Oxnard is his newest album since 2016, which really stands out since Oxnard is nothing close to what .Paak’s previous albums sound like. His past works are considered to be R&B and Neo soul, while Oxnard is a brand new wave for Anderson .Paak as a funky hip-hop and rap genre. The album name plays homage to Anderson .Paak’s birthplace Oxnard, California and, as stated in a Rolling Stone interview, .Paak has dreamed of making an album like this since he was in high school. The album has made considerable contributions from major names in the rap and hip-hop industry such as Kendrick Lamar, Pusha T, J-Cole, Snoop Dogg and even legendary artist and producer Dr.Dre. Interestingly enough, Dr.Dre and… Keep Reading

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