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Student creates app to explore area history

Student creates app to explore area history

Saint Mary’s University geographic information science (GIS) graduate student Hannah Hutchins has created an application to bring local history to life. The Winona Heritage Preservation Commission needed a way to educate the public about the history of Winona....

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No more Mr. Nice Guy—at least on TV

No more Mr. Nice Guy—at least on TV

Edward Gelhaus’ LinkedIn profile describes him as “A nice guy.” The 2006 alumnus and successful Hollywood actor wants to remind people of his true persona, because his latest roles portray him as just the opposite. “I seem to be only playing mean villains,” Gelhaus...

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Shapiro & Smith Dance opens Pages Series Sept. 10

Shapiro & Smith Dance opens Pages Series Sept. 10

WINONA, Minn. — Modern dance company Shapiro & Smith Dance will open the 2016-2017 Page Series 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 10, at the Saint Mary’s University Page Theatre. The company is known for performing tales of beauty and biting wit that run the gamut from...

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Academic deans will visit Saint Mary’s fair booth

Academic deans will visit Saint Mary’s fair booth

Visit Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota in the education building on the east side of the State Fair grounds between 9 a.m.–9 p.m. to speak with knowledgeable staff about undergraduate, bachelor's completion, and graduate programs and to meet with academic deans on...

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Promoting fitness in our communities

Promoting fitness in our communities

Minnesota had an obesity rate of 27.6% in 2014, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Gregory Dodd ’15 aims to improve that statistic in Saint Paul. As the health and fitness coordinator for Saint Paul Parks and Recreation, Dodd develops...

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New Saint Mary’s students looking for places to volunteer

WINONA, Minn. — The Saint Mary’s University Volunteer Mentors are encouraging individuals, organizations, and churches in Winona to submit requests for service for the New Student Volunteer Day event. New Student Volunteer Day is an annual fall event where new...

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MCA announces auditions for The Nutcracker

MCA announces auditions for The Nutcracker

WINONA, Minn. — The Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts will hold auditions Saturday, Sept. 3, for its holiday production of The Nutcracker, to be performed at Saint Mary’s University Nov. 30 through Dec. 4. Auditions will begin at 1 p.m. at the Valéncia Arts Center,...

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The art of achievement

The art of achievement

Danielle E. Miller ’11 didn’t set out to be an artist. Instead, art found her at a time in her life when she needed it most.
And now her art is inspiring others. Miller, joined by 22 international artists, is currently exhibiting at The Chelsea International Fine Art Competition in New York City.

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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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