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Hannah Hoppe, CSB senior, featured in Sunday, Aug. 30 St. Cloud Times opinion piece "Carson's restraint may keep him from the top spot"

Fr. Michael Kwatera, OSB, faculty resident and Abbey director of liturgy, featured in Friday, Aug. 28 The Visitor column "Parish festivals make all of the parishioners 'liturgists'"

Sister Colman O'Connell, OSB, senior development officer for CSB institutional advancement, featured in Thursday, Aug. 27 New Richmond News article "O'Connell honored by Roberts Alumni Association" 

Andy Dirksen, director of student activities and leadership development, quoted in Wednesday, Aug. 26 WJON radio story "Hundreds of New Students Moving Into SJU/CSB Thursday"

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Pam Bacon, CSB/SJU associate professor and chair of psychology, advanced through two rounds of judging in the Minnesota State Fair Fine Arts competition and will be on display in the 2015 Fine Arts Exhibition. Typically, fewer than 10 percent of submissions are selected for the exhibit. The photograph, entitled "Pollen," shows pollen on the wings of a butterfly and a flower. See the photo.

Kelly Kraemer, CSB/SJU associate professor and chair of peace studies, had a chapter published in Peace Studies between Tradition and Innovation, edited by Randall Amster, Laura Finley, Edmund Pries and Richard McCutcheon (Cambridge Scholars Publishing: 2015). Her chapter is entitled "Skin in the Game: The Emergence of Family-based Anti-war Organizing in the 21st Century."

Whitney Court, CSB/SJU assistant professor of political science, had published "How Presidential Running Mates Influence Turnout: The Risks and Rewards of Revving up the Base" in "American Politics Research Quarterly" (September 2015, Volume 43, Number 5).

A book by Anna Mercedes, CSB/SJU associate professor of gender studies and theology, was used as the text for a symposium published by "Syndicate," an online forum using recent publications in theological studies as a point of departure for scholars to engage questions in contemporary theology and ethics. The book, Power For: Feminism and Christ's Self-Giving, was published by A&C Black in 2011.

Louis Johnston, CSB/SJU professor of economics and holds the Joseph P. Farry Professor, presented a paper co-authored with Kathryn Gaydos '14 at the 40th annual Economic and Business History Society conference in LaCrosse, Wisconsin, on May 29. The paper was entitled "A Lost Opportunity? James J. Hill and the evolution of US-China trade, 1865-1914." Louis Johnston website

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Featured Image for news storyPeace Studies Conference to be held Sept. 14-15 at SJU

08/31/15 - ‘Restorative Justice, Peacebuilding and the Use of Circles in Minnesota’s Schools and Communities’ is the theme of the 28th annual conference.
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Featured Image for news storyCSB/SJU looks to defend its title in 2015 Outdoor Nation Campus Challenge

08/20/15 - The second Campus Challenge, which runs from Sept. 6-Oct. 17, features 57 schools with the aim of getting people more active.
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Featured Image for news storyNew CSB Board of Trustees members named

08/13/15 - The College of Saint Benedict recently named Patricia Bartholomew, Katie Boylan, S. Mary Reuter, OSB, and David Roberts to its Board of Trustees. In addition, CSB Alumnae Board President Megan Sand Carr and CSB student Maria Knudsen will serve as ex-officio members of the board.
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Featured Image for news storyNew SJU Board of Trustees members named

08/10/15 - Saint John’s University recently named Steve Cummings, Philip Galanis, the Rev. Bradley Jenniges, OSB, Thomas Nicol and Joyce Schlough to its Board of Trustees. Mike Urbanos was named the alumni trustee, Bob Hesse the faculty trustee and Ramond Mitchell the student trustee.
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Featured Image for news storyDonald McNeely Center presents entrepreneur awards to outstanding graduates

07/31/15 - Janet Dryer '83, Rick Bauerly '91 and Krista Carroll '00 will be honored with Entrepreneur of the Year awards on Thursday, Sept. 3, in Minneapolis.
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