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Sharing the Disney, Pixar magic

Sharing the Disney, Pixar magic

When Nadia Effendi ’09 was little, she watched Little Mermaid so many times she could recite every line and lyric. Her babysitters back then still like to remind her how they were forced to endure the timeless love story over and over again. Now in a dream job as...

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Today’s leaders preparing tomorrow’s leaders

Today’s leaders preparing tomorrow’s leaders

When Boubacar Kanneh enrolled in a master’s degree program at Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota, he never imagined that he would graduate with a job offer from the United Nations—but his professors prepared and inspired him to do just that. As a contracts...

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2014 alum casts light on theatre career

Katie Sapper speaks in a melodious voice, talking a mile a minute, and slipping into various dialects. She’s a character. In fact, since graduating from Saint Mary’s University with a theatre degree in 2014, she’s been portraying characters non-stop on stages around...

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Keep the beat with two MCA jazz combo performances

  WINONA, Minn. — The Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts (MCA) is home to three jazz combos: the Duke, Dizzy and Miles Combos. These combos, comprised of students ages 11-17, will be bringing the sweet sounds of jazz music to life in two free performances. The...

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Peter Rabbit comes to Saint Mary’s Page Series stage Nov. 10

WINONA, Minn. — Saint Mary’s University’s Page Series continues Tuesday, Nov. 10, with Enchantment Theatre Company’s production of “Peter Rabbit Tales.” The family-friendly production begins at 6:30 p.m. and lasts approximately one hour. Based on three of Beatrix...

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Portraying passion

  Saint Mary’s Department of Theatre and Dance takes on classic tragedy ‘Medea’ Nov. 5-7   WINONA, Minn. — It’s a weighty role, playing a scorned sorceress so overcome by rage and revenge that she pays the ultimate sacrifice. Anne Colling, a senior theatre...

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