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Former White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough '92 visits SJU
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Spotlight

O’Toole’s wide-ranging Saint John’s story follows wildly unlikely path

From ranching to refugee aid, from a President to a militia compound, from a one-room schoolhouse to medical school, SJU senior has seen it all.

Students present experiential research project findings at Mayo Clinic

The interdisciplinary program provides research opportunities to teams of undergraduates from Minnesota private colleges, under the guidance of select master’s-level business students.

News/Events

Schirber Lecture will discuss the impact of culture on health care

Schirber Lecture will discuss the impact of culture on health care

David Hunt to speak on the changing face of American health care March 29 at CSB.

Learn about salsa dancing and community art

Learn about salsa dancing and community art

LaNave-Johnson ’99 and Lira will wrap up Latino/Latin America Studies Program March 30 and April 6.

‘Stop Kiss’ to be performed by CSB/SJU theater department

‘Stop Kiss’ to be performed by CSB/SJU theater department

Play about two women falling in love runs March 30-April 2, and April 6-8.

Omaha restaurant owners to give Renaissance Lecture April 6

Omaha restaurant owners to give Renaissance Lecture April 6

Bernadette Martens Chapman ’99 and Clayton Chapman run one of country’s most sustainable restaurants.

29 students selected for Omega Chapter of Delta Epsilon Sigma

29 students selected for Omega Chapter of Delta Epsilon Sigma

Ceremony to take place Friday, April 7. This is the highest number of students inducted in one year from CSB.

CSB and SJU both move up in national rankings

CSB and SJU both move up in national rankings

U.S. News, Washington Monthly both tout CSB and SJU among national liberal arts schools.

CSB and SJU ranked among top study abroad schools

CSB and SJU ranked among top study abroad schools

524 CSB and SJU students studied abroad in 2014-15 to place third among baccalaureate schools.

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