Sports by the numbers – April 11
Apr11

Sports by the numbers – April 11

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: Ashley Betzold (Farmington, Minn.) launched her first home run of the season in the Cardinal fastpitch team’s 5-1 loss to No. 20 St. Thomas last Sunday. 1: Jovan Newsum (Glendale Heights, Minn.) blew away the rest of the 42-man field in...

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Intern with the Cardinal
Apr11

Intern with the Cardinal

  Communications or English students heading into their junior or senior year can apply for the editor-in-chief internship, which is being offered for zero to three credits. The intern can expect to gain extensive experience in current journalism and editing, as well as an understanding of new and social media, management, business, graphic design and web design. APPLY...

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Over 300 support Jogging for Jack Superhero 5K
Apr10

Over 300 support Jogging for Jack Superhero 5K

By Allison Christensen Editor-In-Chief   Over 300 people supported the Jogging for Jack Superhero 5K by registering to run or walk or by donating to the cause. Proceeds went to the family of Jack Cassidy, the two-year-old son of Saint Mary’s head women’s soccer coach, Neil Cassidy. The Cassidy family recently discovered that Jack has a tumor on his jaw, diagnosed as Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis (LCH). Jack is currently being...

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Raising awareness for those in need
Apr10

Raising awareness for those in need

By Brigette Audette and Blake Matuska Contributors   The students in LCT 375 Global Issues created campaigns and fundraisers to bring awareness of the Israel-Palestine conflict to the Saint Mary’s University community. The awareness campaign was held on Wednesday, March 30, in Saint Mary’s Hall. The class is intended to teach students about the difficulties the Palestinians and Israelis face every day and why they face them. This...

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Entrepreneurship program seeking applicants
Apr10

Entrepreneurship program seeking applicants

By Allison Christensen, Editor-In-Chief   Sophomores heading into their junior year with a business idea and entrepreneurial spirit are encouraged to apply for the Entrepreneur-In-Training Program, a two-year program by the Kabara Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies that provides support and mentorship to students who are serious about starting a business. The Kabara Institute introduces students to successful entrepreneurs,...

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