Fun and games with microeconomics

Fun and games with microeconomics

When you describe microeconomics, should the word “fun” top your list? Students in Michael Ratajczyk’s Principles of Microeconomics course think so.  Throughout the semester they engaged in mini-games or “social experiments” to operate an international market, a...

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...
Alum Frank Miley to become president of Cretin-Derham Hall

Alum Frank Miley to become president of Cretin-Derham Hall

Frank Miley, J.D. uses the analogy of an anchor and a compass when he talks about assuming the position of president of Cretin-Derham Hall in St. Paul. “Our history, tradition and faith are our anchor and compass,” he said. “They ground us and they point us in the...
ArtsAlive! LLC broadens freshman experience

ArtsAlive! LLC broadens freshman experience

by Jakob Jehn, Cardinal Staff Located in St. Edward’s Hall, four Living Learning Communities (LLCs) coexist. The goal of these communities is to bring together people of similar interests and allow them to live in a space where their interests in art, sports, being...
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