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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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Alumnus shares leadership tips for happiness

WINONA, Minn. — Happiness. It’s a universal desire to seek a happy and successful life. Yet in today’s crazy busy world, happiness and success seem more elusive. Studies show an alarming trend—happiness levels are on the decline. We don’t flourish when we’re not...

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240 graduates honored at Twin Cities commencement Jan. 16

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. — Photos were taken, handshakes and hugs exchanged, and accomplishments celebrated! On Jan. 16, the Twin Cities Campus of Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota hosted two commencement ceremonies for its adult learners. Approximately 240 students were...

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A place where past, present, and future will unite

With a generous $100,000 donation by 1966 alumnus Merle Wilberding, Saint Mary’s will construct a new interactive alumni heritage room, to be unveiled during Reunion Weekend 2016. It will be a comfortable place to re-visit key points in Saint Mary’s history—and the...

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Dr. Phil Cochran remembered in Herpetological Review article

Dr. Daniel Keyler and the late Dr. Phil Cochran ’77 had a lot in common. The two studied rattlesnakes with revered fascination, and as herpetological educators and researchers, they traveled in many of the same circles. They even jointly hosted a rattlesnake symposium...

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