Cast Category: NewsCast

Jan 15, 2019

St. Cloud To Hold Womens March and Rally 2019

Organizers in St. Cloud are hosting the first ever Womens Wave March and Rally in conjunction with the rally in Washington D.C. on January 19, 2019. The organizers have a message that they believe women’s rights are human rights and human rights are women’s rights.

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Dec 13, 2018

2018 SCSU Presidential Update with Dr. Robbyn Wacker

Every semester here on KVSC we talk to our school president to get an overview of what is going on around the university and to get a glimpse of what plans are to look forward to.  From tenured professor, to a senior campaign adviser, to senior vice president of academic affairs at University of Colorado […]

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Nov 7, 2018

Author Nate Cannon Shares his Journey in Writing his Second Book

Writing a book is no easy task but for one author writing a second book was his way of continuing what he started, but now as his true self. KVSC News Director Spencer Schacht spent time with Author Nate Cannon to talk about what makes his second book special. This is the full conversation where […]

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Oct 18, 2018

Building 51 Renamed to Rub Cora Webster Hall

On Monday St. Cloud State University officially renamed Building 51 to Ruby Cora Webster Hall, after the first African American women to graduate from SCSU. Attending the ceremony was special guests, Webster’s extended Family. Ruby Webster’s Granddaughter drove all the way down from Winnipeg, Canada to give a speech in honor of her grandmother for […]

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Oct 10, 2018

Stacia Goodman Designs Mosaic for the School of Human and Health Services

88.1 FM KVSC Assistant News Director Evan Michealson had a chance to sit down and talk to mosaic artist and freelance writer Stacia Goodman, who is designing a mosaic for the renovations at Eastman Hall at St. Cloud State University, which will host the School of Human and Health Services. Goodman talks about the theme […]

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Aug 21, 2018

New President Dr. Robbyn Wacker Sets Her Stage at St. Cloud State University

St. Cloud State University’s 24th President, and first woman President, Dr. Robbyn Wacker welcomed faculty and staff at her first formal address on campus, the Fall Convocation on August 21, 2018. In this podcast you will learn about her personal journey as well as the President’s vision as she leads the 150-year-old institution. Interim Provost […]

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May 23, 2018

Central Minnesota Education Institutions Improve Diversity Amongst Leadership

May 2018–KVSC’s Josh Nguyen examined the diversity of the leadership in education in St. Cloud. Over the last decade, Central Minnesota’s demographics have changed drastically. Those changes included the influx of Latino residents in the late 90’s and increase of Somali immigrants in the “00’s.” The make-up of the area looks a lot different.  We’ve […]

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May 2, 2018

Impact of Census Citizen Question Examined

May 1, 2018 St. Cloud, MN The 2020 United States Census is just over a year away and question with major implications is coming back. Are you a citizen? On the program today, we will dive into what that could mean for the Granite City. How it impacts the Somali community? How impacts our schools? […]

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Mar 26, 2018

Costco Is Coming To St. Cloud, But At What Cost?

ST. CLOUD, Minn — March 26, 2018   It’s been exactly one month since the official announcement came, that an area around Heritage Park would become a Costco. But for the better part of the year, St. Cloud Mayor Dave Kleis dropped hints that this was the plan all along. This arrangement angered many people […]

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Mar 9, 2018

St. Cloud Police Renew Community Agreement With Guidance From Chief Blair Anderson

(Feb. 2018, St. Cloud, Minn.) “St. Cloud is big enough to make a difference but small enough to make it happen,” said James Albert II, pastor at Higher Ground Church in St. Cloud. “We have made something happen that only other places can dream of.”   Groups from all over the community joined forces with […]

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