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First D.B.A. graduate, 400 others to commence June 3

First D.B.A. graduate, 400 others to commence June 3

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. — More than 400 adult learners will graduate from Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota and its Schools of Graduate and Professional Programs on Saturday, June 3. Three separate Commencement Convocation ceremonies will be held at 10 a.m., 12:30 p.m.,...

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Buerkle named CoSIDA Academic All-America®

Buerkle named CoSIDA Academic All-America®

Baseball is a game of numbers, and for Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota’s Ben Buerkle (Roseville, Minn.)—who wore a different jersey number each of his four years as a Cardinal—one number stands out above all the rest: One. Buerkle closed out an illustrious career...

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Page Series announces 30th anniversary season

WINONA, Minn. — Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota’s Performance Center proudly announces its 2016-2017 season. The 30th annual series, which runs Sept.10, 2016 through April 8, 2017, honors the Page Series’ rich history of presenting professional performing artists...

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Saint Mary’s benefit raises $11,000 for Johnson family

WINONA, Minn. — About 480 people attended Saint Mary’s University’s 16th annual Taylor Richmond Benefit Dance on March 19. Proceeds from the dance—and a silent auction held on campus—raised more than $11,000 for this year’s beneficiary the Linden and Heidi Johnson...

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The business of managing science inventory

Kevin Draniczarek jokes that some of the chemicals used in the Saint Mary’s University Chemistry and Biology departments have very long names, imprinted on very tiny bottles. The Marketing and Management double major from Chicago may fumble a bit as he tries to...

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Inspired philanthropy

Riebenack challenges others to match gift made in memory of daughter   When Walter and Mary Ann Riebenack describe their daughter, Kristen Riebenack M’97, they reflect about her big heart. After earning her undergraduate degree in psychology, Kristen was naturally...

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Diomandes to take his final bow on Saint Mary’s stage

Dr. Gary Diomandes might tell his students to break a leg, but these days the retiring theatre professor is also likely to follow up with a Medicare joke—all with his signature monotone delivery and slow Rhode Island drawl. As the last curtain falls on this spring’s...

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