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St. Joseph City Council Approves New Sewer Agreement With St. Ben’s

The City of St. Joseph has a new sewer agreement with the College of St. Benedict and the Sisters of the Order of St. Benedict. The City Council unanimously approved the agreement during last (Thursday) night's meeting.

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College of St. Benedict artist's rendering
College of St. Benedict artist's rendering
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College Of St. Benedict Planning New Facilities [AUDIO]

The College of St. Benedict is moving ahead with a couple multi-million dollar projects. One is the addition of a $55 million academic building. Sue Palmer is the Vice President for Finance and Administration. She says it will be built just to the south of the Haehn Campus Center, on a space that's currently a parking lot. It will house the psychology, economics, computer science, and math departments.

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2010 Princess Kay Katie Miron (photo courtesy of the Midwest Dairy Association)
2010 Princess Kay Katie Miron (photo courtesy of the Midwest Dairy Association)
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Princess Kay Finalists To Be Named In St. Joseph On Sunday

Young women from around the state will be in St. Joseph this weekend, competing to be a finalist for the next Princess Kay of the Milky Way. The Midwest Dairy Association will name the 12 finalists on Sunday, during a luncheon at the Gorecki Center at the College of St. Benedict.

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Local Professor Says Threats Against The U.S. Will Continue [AUDIO]

How will the killing of Osama bin Laden affect the United States battle against terrorism? Ken Jones is a professor of American Foreign Policy at the College of St. Benedict and St. John's University. He says, at least in the short term, his killing will be a signal to other terrorists.

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St. John's Abbey -- fall day in 2008
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British Choir To Perform Friday At Collegeville

The College of St. Benedict and St. John's University are hosting their annual spring concert tomorrow night. The event will feature the choir from St. Martin-In-The-Fields Church in London, which is the royal parish church.

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St. Ben’s Students Watching, Waiting For Royal Wedding [AUDIO]

Royal wedding preparations are ramping-up this week across the pond. Some students from the College of St. Benedict are there to see it all live. Mary Schmidt has been in London since January. She says there's already signs of the big event.

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Target Field’s “Green” Initiatives To Be Discussed At St. Ben’s

You can learn more about the Target Field construction, and future sustainability initiatives being planned for the ballpark. Senior Director of Ballpark Operations at Target Field Dave Horsman will be speaking at the College of St. Benedict tonight (Thursday).

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St. Ben’s, SCSU Receive Legacy Amendment Grants

The College of St. Benedict and St. Cloud State University are both receiving grant money from the Minnesota Historical Society. The grant money comes from the Land and Legacy Amendment.

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Passport Fair Scheduled For St. Ben’s

ST. JOSEPH -- Anyone planning a trip out of the country in the near future can get their passports tomorrow (Tuesday).

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College of St. Benedict and St. John's University
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St. Ben’s, St. John’s Rank High In Students Abroad

ST. JOSEPH/COLLEGEVILLE -- The College of St. Benedict and St. John's University continue to be among the top schools in sending their students overseas.

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