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Former U.S. President Clinton To Be Added To New SCSU Exhibit

ST. CLOUD – Former U.S. President Bill Clinton‘s stop at St. Cloud State University Sunday will make him part of an exhibit of famous people that have visited St. Cloud State University.

A new exhibit in the Miller Center showcases the history of celebrities and politicians that have been to SCSU.

The exhibit was created by former student Tiffany Topel Boeson, and SCSU archivist, Tom Steman.

Steman says, there are a few more people he wants to add to his exhibit including Clinton.

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Steman says his inspiration for the exhibit came from his fascination with looking through the University archives. The University Chronicle was one source of information that helped Steman create the display.

Some of the well-known people showcased include Elton John and Bob Hope among others. The stories will be on display for about one year. The exhibit is open to the public and can be viewed online.

 

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