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Retired lawyer who started ‘Lunch Bunch’ in Twin Cities will be honored at Homecoming Banquet Sept. 16.

The Donald McNeely Center for Entrepreneurship at the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University will present its sixth Entrepreneur of the Year awards to three outstanding graduates at a luncheon from 11:15 a.m.-2 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 15, at Windows on Minnesota on the 50th floor of the IDS Center in downtown Minneapolis.

Barry will speak about ‘The Boys in the Bunkhouse’ at 4 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 8, at SJU Pottery Studio.

Program will contain perspectives from the Christian, Jewish, Muslim and Buddhist traditions at 7 p.m. Sept. 29 in room 264, Quad Building, SJU.

SJU ranked No. 25 and CSB No. 47 in third annual poll by magazine, and are the top-ranked schools in Minnesota.

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Aubrey Immelman, associate professor of psychology, featured in Thursday, Aug. 18 WWL New Orleans radio program "Inside the Mind of Hillary Clinton"

Glen Werner, CSB athletic director, featured in Thursday, Aug. 18 WJON radio story "St. Ben's A.D.: I Don't Know Michael Phelps, But I Know What He Likes"

SJU football players featured in Thursday, Aug. 18 St. Cloud Times article "SJU linemen help build bridge on Chapel Trail"

Louis Johnston, professor of economics, featured in Tuesday, Aug. 16 MinnPost column "What Americans should demand from Trump and Clinton on economic policy"

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Warren Bostrom, associate professor of accounting and finance, is author of the book "A Legacy Unrivaled: The Story of John Gagliardi."

Diane Calabria, associate director of external grants, recently passed the Grant Professional Certification examination, which measures a candidate's competency and skill in the grants profession.

CSB/SJU Libraries are excited to announce online access to The Wall Street Journal is now available. Each student, faculty and staff member now has a complimentary subscription to WSJ.com and WSJ mobile apps. This access is made possible through a generous donation of James L. Tuohy and The Tuohy Family Fund.

Kathleen Cahalan, professor of theology in Saint John's School of Theology and Seminary, and Douglas Schuurman are editors of the book "Calling in Today's World: Voices From Eight Faith Perspectives."

Scott Richardson, professor of classics, is author of the book "Dorothy Dunnett's Lymond Chronicles: The Enigma of Francis Crawford."

Axel Theimer, professor of music, received the Saint Gregory Award from the St. John's Boys' Choir.

Kristin Colberg, assistant professor of theology, is author of the book "Vatican I & Vatican II: Councils in the Living Tradition."

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