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Exploring the possibilities through Outdoor Leadership

Exploring the possibilities through Outdoor Leadership

Guided by the beams of their headlamps, Colin Norris ’13 led a dozen hardy students on a night hike through the bluffs surrounding Saint Mary’s University. Carefully, they made their way along the snowy wooded trails, across a stream, and to a clearing far behind the...

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Classes canceled in Winona and Rochester Friday, Feb. 24

Updated 5:30 a.m. Friday, Feb. 24 Classes are canceled for Friday, Feb. 24 due to the winter storm as follows: WINONA CAMPUS All classes are canceled for today (Friday, Feb. 24) at our Winona Campus. Note Residence Halls will close as scheduled on Friday, Feb. 24 at 7...

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Learn about free resources for small STEM businesses

WINONA, Minn. — Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota’s Kabara Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies—in collaboration with the Winona Area Chamber of Commerce—is inviting area business leaders to learn more about free resources available for small STEM businesses....

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MCA to present winter music division concert

WINONA, Minn. —The Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts (MCA) music division invites the community to a winter concert on Sunday, Feb. 26, at 4 p.m. in the Figliulo Recital Hall at Saint Mary’s University. The concert will showcase students of all ages who are taking...

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Saint Mary’s Chamber Singers to perform in England

Saint Mary’s Chamber Singers to perform in England

WINONA, Minn. — The Chamber Singers of Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota will perform in England as part of their 2017 concert tour. The 25-voice select ensemble is directed by Dr. Patrick M. O’Shea, professor of music. Tour performances will include the following...

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Be yourself by being someone else [video]

Be yourself by being someone else [video]

Angie Mazzuca ’13 used to get physically ill at the thought of public speaking. “But then I joined high school speech and never shut up,” she said. The once-shy student is now a junior high English teacher coaxing other shy students to come out of their boxes—through...

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