A Look Back At The Cable Archives 2/9/2018
Feb. 12, 1999
Former baseball players for the College of St. Scholastica were voted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. The candidates were voted by the current baseball team of the time, and they selected Aaron Holmolka, Steve Lahti, and Tim Anderson. Holmolka held the Most Career Hits record with 199. Lahti had the 5th most hits with 139. Anderson was also inducted as an assistant coach and received an Honorable Mention for All-Region pitcher for St. Scholastica in 1992.
Feb. 8, 2008
During Dec. 12 of the previous year, there was a library theft in which two white men were caught on tape leaving the basement door of Tower Hall facing the Science building. At this point, there were still no leads to the robbery. According to Mike Turner, the value of what was stolen was estimated at $6,108 and included four laptop computers, one digital camera, and one digital video camera.
Feb. 8, 2013
The College of St. Scholastica celebrated one year of a smoke-free policy. This was an action taken by 40 other colleges in Minnesota in order to create a greener campus and environment.
Feb. 7, 2014
The College of St. Scholastica announced that it will extend its campus and programs to Arizona by 2015. This campus would be approximately 25 miles outside of Phoenix, Arizona. This was supposed to help out the institution financially.