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Hussein dreams of justice in Ethiopia, everywhere

Hussein dreams of justice in Ethiopia, everywhere

As Kassim Abbanesha Hussein crosses the Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota commencement stage on Saturday, June 3 to receive a Doctor of Business Administration diploma, part of his heart will remain in Oromia, Ethiopia. Hussein fled his homeland 26 years...

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Dr. John Stegeman honored during Saint Mary’s commencement

Dr. John Stegeman honored during Saint Mary’s commencement

WINONA, Minn. — An honorary Doctorate of Science was presented to Dr. John Stegeman during the May 13 commencement ceremony at Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota. Dr. Stegeman, a 1966 Saint Mary's alumnus and an internationally respected leader in science, was...

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Outdoors provide hands-on lab for science students

For Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota undergraduate college science students, the outdoors is often their laboratory. All environmental courses with labs have multiple outdoor learning experiences: on the Winona Campus, on the Mississippi River, and other unique...

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Hinck ready to share love of literature [video]

Ellen Hinck ’17 could have graduated last year. As a Psychology major, she would have graduated from Saint Mary’s University in just three years. But she quite literally couldn’t help but pursue her love of literature. With one additional year, she could add...

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2 days, 2 sports, 2 Saint Mary’s no-hitters

It was a memorable 24 hours for Saint Mary's University pitchers. R.J. Brown (Broadview, Ill.) tossed his second no-hitter of the season—becoming the first Saint Mary's pitcher on record to post two no-hitters in one season—in leading the Cardinals to a 4-0 Game 1 win...

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Turning data into decisions

Students in Michael Ratajczyk’s data analysis and business modeling course reviewed notes and discussed tactics as they waited for their turn in front of the judges. The students, primarily sophomores and juniors, had been given the task of analyzing data from a...

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