News from Nairobi

News from Nairobi

By James Chege, Librarian Maryknoll Institute of African Studies Second Semester Rural Visits Toward the middle of every semester our immersion program students are encouraged to make an overnight visit to the rural homes of their field assistants. Often these visits...
Students promote state grant program at Day at the Capitol

Students promote state grant program at Day at the Capitol

One of the biggest ways that students and campus communities can have a major impact on supporting the Minnesota State Grant program is by participating in the Minnesota Private College Council’s Day at the Capitol. Our students recently had the opportunity to travel...
Bowl-a-thon to help raise money for food shelf

Bowl-a-thon to help raise money for food shelf

A student “bowl-a-thon” was recently held in the Art Department’s ceramics room to throw bowls for an upcoming “Empty Bowls for the Hungry” event. The bowls will be sold with soup, and the buyer gets to keep the bowl during the Earth Day events on April 26 in Winona....
Students attend theatre tech conference

Students attend theatre tech conference

Saint Mary’s was represented by six students and staff at the United States Institute for Theatre Technology (USITT) conference in Fort Worth, Texas, at the end of March. The participants took full advantage of workshops and sessions, learned about the newest...
Speaker to discuss history of Orthodox spirituality

Speaker to discuss history of Orthodox spirituality

Christopher Johnson, assistant professor of global Christianity at the University of North Dakota, presented “The Pilgrim and the Hermit: How one encounter helped bring Orthodox spirituality to the West” at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 3. The event was held in the...
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