Cast Category: NewsCast

May 17, 2016

President Earl Potter Talks About Budget Shortfall, Athletic Programs and New parking policies

News Director Mohammad Najafian talks with St. Cloud State University’s President Earl Potter about the university’s budget shortfall and its impact. Potter also explains where the defect impact is on from general maintenance, staff to faculty positions.  Matters relating to the elimination of the six athletic programs, new ways to generate revenue, recent passed motions, Fall enrollment, policies […]

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Feb 23, 2016

Islamaphobia Presentation at St. Cloud State University

After the terroristic attacks in Paris, California and other areas around the globe, SCSU decided to have a community dialogue about Islamophobia. The director of Human Relations and Multicultural Education Center, Seyma Hakim, organized the speech. Jaylani Hussein, the director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations in Minneapolis, spoke on February 9, 2016 about the […]

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Dec 28, 2015

SCSU President Potter Update Live–December 2015

St. Cloud State University President Earl Potter joined KVSC news director Mohammad Najafian on December 16, 2015 for the latest presentation of Presidential Update Live. Some of the subjects discussed include: —An update on the university’s budget and budgetary decisions for this year and moving forward. —The President’s opinion piece published  in the St. Cloud […]

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Nov 30, 2015

What St. Cloud Police Office Department Does To Protect SCSU

Three St. Cloud police officers, Ryan Sayre, Nancy Lang and Daniel McClure are assigned to Campus Area Police Services (CAPS) team to work at the Southside of SCSU campus. News Director Mohammad Najafian talks with officer McClure to figure out what safety measures the St. Cloud Police Department takes to assure that there is no […]

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Oct 12, 2015

Invasive Species Starry Stonewort Found In Stearns and Meeker County Lakes

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has traced a new species called Nitellopsis Obtusa, also known as Starry Stonewort, in Lake Koronis and Mud Lake. News Director, Mohammad Najafian, was intrigued  by the discovery of this new specie and opens a conversation with DNR Invasive Species Unit Supervisor, Heidi Wolf. The center of discussion was […]

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Oct 12, 2015

St. Cloud State University Conducts Talk Series on Private Investigation

St. Cloud State University’s Public Administration Graduate Program is offering a series of talks about “Private Investigation: Tips and Tricks”. Attendants will have the chance to learn about surveillance, public database searches, spy gadgets, criminal defense considerations and other subjects. The sessions are directed by Prof. Shawn Schooley from the Political Science Department. They will […]

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Oct 4, 2015

St. Cloud State University Raises Awareness On Veteran Suicide

St. Cloud State University helps veterans to cope with difficulties they face in their lives. National statistics shows twenty-two veterans commit suicide every day. St. Cloud State University’s Veterans Resource Center is taking the necessary steps to raise awareness among students and community members. News Director, Mohammad Najafian, talks with the interim director of VRC, […]

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Aug 18, 2015

Learn About Student Fee Allocoation Process at SCSU

In this podcast you’ll learn about the process to request funding for student organizations at St. Cloud State University. The activity fees help support events, speakers, student travel and and activities. News director, Mohammad Najafian, interviewed Waqas Muzammil, Chairperson Fee Allocation Committee in May 2015. The committee is an important part of the Student Government […]

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Aug 11, 2015

Pollution Reduction Project Transforms St. Cloud State University’s Q-Lot

Sections of St. Cloud State University’s Q-Lot parking lot  have recently been transformed into a pollution reduction area to help reduce pollution in the Mississippi River.  Assistant News Director Christine Gaetke catches up with project coordinators about the planning process. She also speaks with campus public safety about the reduced number of parking spaces due […]

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Aug 11, 2015

Ebola Outbreak Simulated at St. Cloud State University

What would happen if Central Minnesota experienced an Ebola outbreak? That’s what some St. Cloud State University students studied in the summer of 2015 in Dr. Patricia Bodelson’s Political Science class. Throughout the three week course, students researched the disease and planned to host a mock Ebola outbreak disaster. Assistant News Director Korina Borash spoke […]

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