Hello Cardinals! The fall 2021 Student Senate at-large representatives election is today, Thursday, Sept. 16! All undergraduate students have the opportunity to elect the Student Senate at-large representatives for the 2021-22 academic year. The official ballot will be open until 7 p.m. today. Ballots can also be accessed through QR codes posted around campus, and […]
A very special thank you to the four students who have stepped up since last Friday and applied for positions within food service, but we still need students to work. We encourage you or your friends to consider applying to work for Chartwells. Work-study is not required; flexible hours and a few additional perks are […]
Starting soon Spikeball and volleyball leagues will begin this Sunday. Players and captains, look for details soon! Extended registration and delayed start Intramurals is extending the deadline to sign up. To sign up, go to IMLeagues.com and create an account using your Saint Mary’s email. Registered students, faculty, and staff can create teams or join […]
Masks required Congratulations, Cardinals! We have had a good start to the fall semester, and it is great having all of you back on campus. Fitzgerald Library is working hard to follow Saint Mary’s COVID-19 protocols and keep our building safe for all. We would like to share a friendly reminder that masks must be […]
Because we have both vaccinated and unvaccinated students on our Winona Campus, Saint Mary’s will conduct weekly surveillance testing of at least 10% of the student body there each week through December 2021. The testing will commence on Friday, Sept. 17, and be conducted by the Wellness Center. Participation in surveillance testing is mandatory for […]
Calling all future educators! The Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD) chapter on campus is inviting you to a presentation given by the 2021 Minnesota Teacher of the Year! Natalia Benjamin is a Saint Mary’s University graduate who currently teaches English learners and ethnic studies at Century High School in Rochester. The event will […]
Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement) is Wednesday, Sept. 15. This most solemn religious fast of the Jewish year is also the last of 10 days of penitence that began on Rosh Hashanah, most commonly referred to as the Jewish New Year, last week. As our brothers and sisters of the Jewish faith conclude this time […]
Professors Lori Charron, Ph.D., (Saint Mary’s University) and Tammy Swenson Lepper, Ph.D., (Winona State University) collaborated with authors from around the United States to write a textbook entitled “Communication Ethics: Activities for Critical Thinking and Reflection,” published by Kendall Hunt. Charron led efforts for a chapter on communication ethics in the workplace, while Swenson Lepper […]
Dr. Rachelle Schultz, chief executive officer of Winona Health, and Dr. Mike Donnenwerth, chief medical officer of Winona Health, will visit the Winona Campus to take part in a discussion titled Healthcare in a Time of Crisis. Topics covered during the discussion will include leadership challenges and opportunities, masks and vaccines, protecting vulnerable communities, community […]
On Saturday, Sept. 18, the Student Activities Committee (SAC) is taking a trip to the Mississippi River for a boat tour. Tickets are free to all students, but there is a limit to how many people can participate. Reserve your spot! The boat tour starts at 2 p.m. The shuttle bus from campus leaves at […]
Pray for an outpouring of the Holy Spirit. Bishop John M. Quinn, Diocese of Winona-Rochester; Father James P. Burns, president of Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota; and the priests of Saint Mary’s University will celebrate the Mass of the Holy Spirit in Saint Thomas More Chapel on the Winona Campus at 12:15 p.m. on Wednesday, […]
The Catholic Church teaches that Jesus is present body, blood, soul, and divinity in the Blessed Sacrament. We’ll bring the presence of Christ to the whole student body by processing, accompanied by songs and litanies, to various parts of campus. All are welcome to pray with us in this ancient ritual after the 10:30 a.m. […]
Join Campus Ministry for a night of music in the plaza this Friday, Sept. 19, at 7 p.m. The event will feature student bands, the Sons of Thunder and The Tommy More Band.
Stay on top of your courses this semester. Sign up for a peer tutor or peer learning assistant. Don’t have the Knack app on your phone? Download Knack in the App Store or get it on Google Play. If you need help with writing papers, contact the Saint Mary’s Writing Center. Create habits this semester that keep you on top […]
Hello Cardinals! The fall 2021 Student Senate general election is tomorrow, Tuesday, Sept. 14! The election for two at-large student representatives will be Thursday, Sept. 16. All undergraduate students have the opportunity to elect the Student Senate for the 2021-22 academic year. Cast your vote using the official ballot between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. […]
The Writing Center has a new home this year! It is located in the basement of Saint Mary’s Hall, Room 22. Reserve an appointment with a writing tutor online at write.smumn.edu or by scanning the QR code.
Congratulations to senior Trevor Paradise, Delta Mu Delta scholarship recipient. Paradise, who also plays for the Cardinal hockey team, received the scholarship judges’ award due to being an “outstanding student of business.” This is the largest Delta Mu Delta scholarship to be awarded to a Saint Mary’ student in university history.
Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota ranked No. 3 in the “Best Value” category among all Regional Universities in the Midwest — and No. 1 among all Minnesota universities in this category — according to U.S. News & World Report’s 2022 ratings. According to criteria, the Best Value calculation takes into account the school’s academic quality […]
WINONA, Minn. — The Saint Mary’s University Concert Band and Jazz Ensemble will perform a free Family Weekend concert at its Winona Campus plaza at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 25. Jazz Ensemble will start the program with an assortment of favorites plus a preview of themes from their fall and spring events. The Concert […]
The College Republicans, College Democrats, Student Senate, and the university (through the Office of Student Affairs) have partnered to put on a 9/11 memorial on the Winona Campus to mark the 20th anniversary of the attacks. The memorial will be 2,996 American flags that will be set up in the grass by the plaza Thursday, […]