Exterior view of Riverview. Riverview opened as the campus model school in 1913 where students could watch experienced teachers teach and to student teach. In 1958, the model school moved from Riverview to the new Gray Campus Laboratory School.
Exterior view of the Alumni House. Built by Claude Lewis, brother of author Sinclair Lewis, in the late 1920s, St. Cloud State acquired the home in 1973. Formerly known as the Alumni House, the home's name was changed to Lewis House in 2011.
Brendan McDonald acceping offer of presidency at St. Cloud State. Brendan McDonald was named St. Cloud president in 1982, serving until 1992. Sung Won Son was appointed as St. Cloud State president in 1982, but resigned before taking office.
Eugene McCarthy served first in the House of Representatives and then the Senate, 1949-1971, as well as running for attempting to capture the Democratic presidential nomination in 1968, which eventually went to fellow Minnesota Hubert Humphrey.
Sung Won Son during his final interview for the St. Cloud State presidency, . Sung Won Son was appointed as St. Cloud State president in 1982, and resigned before taking office. Brendan McDonald was then named president, serving from 1982 to 1992.
Brendan McDonald interviews for St. Cloud State presidency. A 1954 St. Cloud State graduate, McDonald served as its president from 1982 to 1992. He also served as St. Cloud State's registrar and vice-president for administrative affairs.
Lowell "Ted" Gillett standing next to a sign that reads "St. Cloud State University." Gillett served as a faculty member as well as the dean of Graduate Studies at St. Cloud State. He served as St. Cloud State's acting president from 1981 to 1982.