This analysis is a counterpoint to Richard Meryhew’s article “One last sip, one last step: A walk after a night of drinking has ended in disaster for a dozen young men at college” (Star Tribune, Feb. 12, 2006).
(The Record (CSB/SJU)) Tuesday [Nov. 9, 2004] marked the second anniversary of the disappearance of SJU [St. John’s University] student Joshua Guimond, and still there are no answers.
Joshua Guimond left a party on St. John’s campus late in the evening of November 9, 2002, and disappeared without a trace. A year later, there are still no clues and no news. The only thing that his family and friends know for sure is that Joshua, a 21-year-old St. John’s junior from Maple Lake, […]
Although students were gone for the summer, St. John’s was a busy place last week as a Trident Foundation crew searched three campus lakes for clues to the disappearance of Joshua Guimond. And a TV crew from Los Angeles filmed a segment for the show, “P.I.” on the work Twin Cities private investigator Chuck Loesch […]