Civil rights internship inspires Vaughn’s career path

Civil rights internship inspires Vaughn’s career path

As an African-American student at Saint Mary’s University, Manire Vaughn ’15 has worked hard to make other students of color feel more comfortable in their academic surroundings, and as a volunteer through Campus Ministry, he worked to serve underprivileged...
Take a look at Saint Mary’s!

Take a look at Saint Mary’s!

Real-World Experience When it comes to getting experience that will help you get a great job, you can do it at Saint Mary’s. Our students and faculty work very closely together to develop research projects or find internships that give you knowledge you can only...
Giving real voice to computers

Giving real voice to computers

Taniya Mishra ’01 knew she wanted to study computer science in college. Yet the native of India admits with a quiet laugh that she had never touched a computer before she arrived on campus. While in high school, she read computer books and tediously wrote out...
Taking gaming to a new level

Taking gaming to a new level

John “J.J.” Williams ’00 can tell you that the mouse has clout. After 10 years in the video game design industry, Williams can drop lots of respected and recognizable names in the gaming world; he’s worked on Mortal Kombat and Rockband, titles that resonate with more...
Twin Cities Campus Turns 30

Twin Cities Campus Turns 30

Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota and its Twin Cities Campus has come a long way since Professor Emeritus Marilyn Frost, Ph.D., first arrived in 1985. Sharing her perspective from the inaugural days of the campus on Park Avenue in Minneapolis, Frost spoke to...
News from Nairobi

News from Nairobi

By James Chege Librarian Maryknoll Institute of African Studies Editor: Father Michael C. Kirwen, Director Second Three-Week Immersion Program On Tuesday, June 17, the second and final immersion program of the academic year began. The session welcomed a host of...
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