Memories of the hydrobiology station

Memories of the hydrobiology station

Part of a college education includes real-world preparation and hands-on learning experiences. This has been the hallmark of a Saint Mary’s education. Countless science students in the 1960s and ’70s benefited from a practical education that only the Mississippi River...

Alumni in Action: John Tschida ’90

Educator, coach, mentor Hometown: St. Paul, Minn. Major: Marketing John Tschida has been coaching fastpitch softball in the competitive MIAC conference since 1991, and he is regarded among the elite coaches in college softball. He coached for six years at Saint...
Remembering Max Molock

Remembering Max Molock

Baseball athlete takes a look back at playing for a legend. Previously published in the Cardinal Connection. Editor’s note: It is the 30-year anniversary of Saint Mary’s College legend Max Molock’s death. Molock coached the Saint Mary’s baseball team for 40 seasons...

Alumni in Action: Hugo Keim, M.D. ’56

Orthpedic surgeon, philanthropist Hometown: Chicago, Ill. Major: Biology Dr. Hugo Keim was the chief of spinal surgery at the Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center in New York City for 29 years. During this time he witnessed the struggles of disabled young people and...

Alumni in Action: John Johnston, FSC ’55, M’63

Superior General of the De La Salle Christian Brothers Hometown: Memphis, Tenn. Major: Modern Languages Brother John Johnston lived an illustrious life as a De La Salle Christian Brother that spanned 56 years. He earned a degree in modern languages in 1955 and then...
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