De La Salle Week schedule announced

De La Salle Week schedule announced

Saint Mary’s has celebrated Founders’ Day for many years to commemorate its founding in 1912. It has been a time of celebration and recognition of individuals within the Lasallian community. With so much to celebrate about our Lasallian history and mission, the annual...
Rice feels strongly about supporting his alma mater

Rice feels strongly about supporting his alma mater

Despite graduating from Saint Mary’s more than 30 years ago, Dr. Thomas Rice has found a way to stay heavily involved with the university. Dr. Rice graduated from SMU in 1982 — along with his wife, Eileen (Long) — with a degree in Biology. He went on to graduate from...
Featured Graduate: Denise Moy ’13

Featured Graduate: Denise Moy ’13

Plenty of people take time off between high school and college. Not everyone takes 36 years off like Denise Moy did. But here she is, several decades later and a Saint Mary’s University graduate, working in her field of choice with a Bachelor of Science degree in...
Saint Mary’s benefit raises $14,000 for Richter

Saint Mary’s benefit raises $14,000 for Richter

WINONA, Minn. — More than 575 people attended Saint Mary’s University’s 14th annual Taylor Richmond Benefit Dance on March 15. Proceeds from the dance — and a silent auction held on campus — raised more than $14,000 for this year’s beneficiary Jason Richter, who...
Professor to sign copies of book March 21

Professor to sign copies of book March 21

Yvette Pye, associate professor in the Ed.D. in Leadership program at Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota, will sign copies of her book Going From the Projects to Ph.D.: Transcending my Geography from 5 to 8 p.m. on March 21, 2014 at Golden Thyme Coffee and Cafe, 921...
News from Nairobi

News from Nairobi

By James Chege Librarian,  Maryknoll Institute of African Studies Public Lecture and PR Session  On Feb. 12, the Maryknoll Institute of African Studies sponsored  a public lecture on the contemporary political and economic realities in Kenya. This lecture is arranged...