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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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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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Saint Mary’s arts programming receives significant funding

Saint Mary’s arts programming receives significant funding

Arts programming at Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota has received more than $180,000—including recent grants of $100,000 from the Hiawatha Education Foundation and more than $75,000 from the Minnesota State Arts Board—in support of performances and programming for...

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Alumnus ninja warrior advances to finals

Alumnus ninja warrior advances to finals

Andrew “Roo” Yori ’99 is hoping he lets the dogs out. Roo. Roo. Roo. Roo. Roo. As “The K9 Ninja” advances to the Vegas finals in NBC’s American Ninja Warrior, Yori is even more excited to once again advance his platform of adopting dogs from shelters. The Indianapolis...

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Hiza family drawn to Saint Mary’s for multiple degrees

Hiza family drawn to Saint Mary’s for multiple degrees

For the Hiza family, education is about transforming and improving oneself in order to tackle the world’s challenges. And Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota is where they have chosen to kickstart that transformation. The Hizas immigrated to the United States from...

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Fennern awarded for work as athletics director

Fennern awarded for work as athletics director

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — In celebration of the success, achievements and advancement of women leaders, the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletics Administrators (NACWAA) announced Friday its 2016 Administrator of the Year Award recipients—including Saint Mary’s...

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The sky’s the limit with summer NASA program

The sky’s the limit with summer NASA program

Ben Preusser, a double major in physics and math, is—no surprise—interested in numbers, and he has always been a fervent fan of facts. “(All students) should all major in physics and math; there are no other majors,” he says with a laugh. It could be this positive...

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