Sports by the numbers – April 18
Apr18

Sports by the numbers – April 18

By Donny Nadeau, Sports Information Director   WINONA, Minn. — It’s Monday morning, and time to take one final look back at the highlights of the week that was—by the numbers. 1: The Saint Mary’s fastpitch softball team picked up its first doubleheader sweep of the season last Sunday, beating Macalester 8-5 and 1-0. 1: Maria Missurelli (Franklin, Wis.) led the way for the Cardinal track and field team at the Gustavus...

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Science and Learning Center on track
Apr16

Science and Learning Center on track

By Allison Christensen, Editor-In-Chief   Construction for the Science and Learning Center is on schedule, with three weeks of steel work ahead before concrete will be poured.   The three-story building will contain 13 classrooms, 12 labs, two conference rooms, and several common spaces. The curved end of the building, facing Saint Mary’s Hall, will have an auditorium with seating for 124 people on the main floor.   The...

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Opportunity to play business professor’s original game
Apr15

Opportunity to play business professor’s original game

By Allison Christensen, Editor-In-Chief   Michael Ratajczyk of the Business Department is hosting an event for students, faculty and staff to play The Wealth of Nations International Trade Game, a game of his invention, on Tuesday, April 19, from 6-8 p.m. in the Common Room. After graduating from Saint Mary’s in 2003, Ratajczyk travelled internationally, negotiating product prices. For the past three years he has been teaching...

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Education students present at international conference
Apr15

Education students present at international conference

By Ena Moats, Cardinal Staff   A group of education students presented their original project, Are You the Teacher You Intended to Be?, at the international Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD) Conference in Atlanta, Ga., on April 2. Jessica Bjick, Emily Blaser, Katie LeTourneau, Allison Warmka, and their project adviser, Dr. Scott Sorvaag of the Education Department, joined a community of educators from...

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When literature meets dance
Apr15

When literature meets dance

Emily Loof Copy Editor   Is it possible for the motion of human bodies and the written word to meet? The Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts’ performing ensemble, the Dance Repertory Company (DRC), thinks yes. Last weekend, the DRC, made up of students and faculty, as well as community members, performed their spring show with one performance each on Friday and Saturday at the Page Theatre. The show, titled “Words in Motion,”...

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