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Caring for diverse populations

Caring for diverse populations

Sissy Yang M’16 first became interested in nursing as a young girl, when she served as a hospital translator for her grandparents. Yang saw first-hand the difficulties her grandparents from Laos experienced as a result of the language barrier with their caregivers....

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Jazz final this Sunday in the Cardinal Club!

Jazz final this Sunday in the Cardinal Club!

All three Saint Mary’s University jazz groups will close out the spring semester with their semi-annual Jazz Final on Sunday, Dec. 18, from 3 to about 5 p.m. in the Cardinal Club, located in the Toner Student Center. Twice a year, the jazz groups get together for an...

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Seeing concepts in action outside of the classroom

By Chloe Morrison ’17 Here at Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota, what you learn in the classroom matters. But, it’s also important for students to see the concepts they learn in action—in the “real world.” Throughout the 2015-16 academic year, students from a...

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Young alumni entrepreneurs build dreams

The Kabara Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies at Saint Mary's University is in the business of promoting entrepreneurship. And who better to give real-life business advice than six successful young alumni entrepreneurs? The public is invited to hear them describe...

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Recent alumnus now analyzing data for Rams

Preston Black ’15 always dreamed he would one day work in the professional sports field. He could never have predicted he’d land a job with the Los Angeles Rams just two months after graduating from Saint Mary’s University. When the former Cardinal men’s basketball...

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New leadership emphasis at Saint Mary’s

Leadership is in our mission—"Saint Mary's University of Minnesota awakens, nurtures, and empowers learners to ethical lives of service and leadership." But it's much more than that. It's embraced by students and faculty, regardless of discipline. It's embraced and...

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