Making positive changes in the medical world

Making positive changes in the medical world

When Abdulahi Hashi was a child in Somalia, he had little access to medical care. “I know how life is when you don’t have quality healthcare,” Hashi said. “I was one of those kids who got sick easily and ended up in the hospital. It seemed like every month I was sick... read more
Acting to entertain, inspire audiences

Acting to entertain, inspire audiences

  Whether portraying a dashing young melodious hero who meets an untimely demise in “Urinetown,” or a modern hipster version of Hamlet’s university schoolmate, Rosencrantz, Gabriel Verges is at home on stage. But the Theatre: Acting/Directing major from... read more
New and improved B.S. in Nursing program

New and improved B.S. in Nursing program

The Bachelor of Science in Nursing program at Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota and its Schools of Graduate and Professional Programs, based in Minneapolis, is now even more relevant for today’s Registered Nurse seeking to complete the baccalaureate degree. “This... read more
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