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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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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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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Learn what it takes to start a business from alumni who’ve done it
Apr04

Learn what it takes to start a business from alumni who’ve done it

by Allison Christensen, Editor-in-Chief   Several young alumni will discuss their experiences owning and operating their own businesses on Tuesday, April 5, at 3:30 p.m. in Salvi Hall. The event, which is hosted by the Kabara Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies, is open to all students. The alumni will discuss what it takes to start a business and their entrepreneurial spirit.   Zachary Cizek ’11 started...

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Saint Yon’s on schedule for fall move-in
Mar14

Saint Yon’s on schedule for fall move-in

By Allison Christensen, Editor-in-Chief   The renovation in Saint Yon’s Hall is progressing according to plan and is on track to be ready for students to move in this fall. New plumbing has been installed, electricians are working on the wiring, and several interior walls have been removed to create larger living spaces.   Previously two bedrooms, a wall has been removed from this space to create a larger living area. Photo...

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TEC time once again
Mar14

TEC time once again

By Shannon Genereau, Cardinal Staff   Saint Mary’s University hosted TEC 74 at the Alverna Conference Center in Winona over the weekend of March 4-6. It was another weekend of new experiences for all involved. TEC, also known as Together Encountering Christ, is a weekend event sponsored by Campus Ministry that offers students a chance to grow in both community and spirituality in a comfortable environment. The weekend is full of...

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