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Business benefits from PokémonGO

Business benefits from PokémonGO

By Michael Ratajczyk '03 Assistant Professor of Business Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota As a teacher, data scientist, and closet game engine developer, I’m excited about what I believe is a new level and trend of mobile gaming. I initially downloaded PokémonGO...

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Grant supports outreach to young readers

Grant supports outreach to young readers

WINONA, Minn. — For the 28th consecutive year, the Initial Teaching Alphabet Foundation has financially supported the i.t.a. Literacy Clinic at Saint Mary’s University. This year’s generous grant of $75,172 will enable the clinic to continue to provide one-on-one...

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Alumnus writes and illustrates children’s book

Alumnus writes and illustrates children’s book

The Line, 2011 alumnus Mike Berg’s first children’s book, follows a simple black line through life as it encounters the joys and sorrows of color, sound, vision, and feeling. Once upon a time, I made a line. It was simple, straight, and fine. There were others like...

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Mary Singer’s art featured at Galleria Valéncia

Mary Singer’s art featured at Galleria Valéncia

WINONA, Minn. — Galleria Valéncia at the Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts (MCA) is featuring an exhibit by portrait artist Mary Singer beginning Wednesday, Aug. 17, and continuing throughout the month of September. A well-known Winona artist, Singer has worked with...

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Alumni in Action — Paul J. Meyer ’64, J.D.

Successful Businessman, Lawyer, Generous Financial Supporter Hometown: Chicago, Ill. Major: History Paul Meyer’s successful career in law and business can’t easily be summarized. Upon graduation from the University of Notre Dame in 1967, where he served as...

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Alumna trailblazing the way for winter sports, bike center

Alumna trailblazing the way for winter sports, bike center

Lindsay (Dickson) Henning ’08 is combining her passions for cross country skiing and fundraising in her role as the director of advancement at the Loppet Foundation, where she is working to raise funding and approval for a winter sports and bike center in Wirth Park...

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Pre-med alumna presents research at national convention

Pre-med alumna presents research at national convention

Before heading off to medical school, Saint Mary’s University recent graduate Alexandra Thiel ’16 was selected to present her senior thesis cancer research at the Beta Beta Beta Biennial National Convention. A Biology Pre-medicine major, Thiel will continue her...

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MCA announces open house Aug. 24

WINONA, Minn. — The Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts (MCA) will conduct an open house 4 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 24, at the Valéncia Arts Center, located at 1164 W. Howard St. The open house is an excellent opportunity for parents and students to meet instructors...

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Secondary Victims

Secondary Victims

by Dennis L. Conroy, Ph.D. Trauma doesn’t happen in a vacuum.  When one person is impacted by a major life event, all of their relationships are impacted. If we loosely define trauma as an event that turns an individual’s world upside down, the same thing can be said...

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