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Here's a roundup of recent stories of interest that mention St. Thomas.
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“Faith & Values calendar,” Star Tribune, June 12, 2004.
“Father's gift will help maintain suicide memorial,” Star Tribune, June 13, 2004. “Kristin Schwarzbauer and Katie Masich, Proctor High graduates and two of the creators of the memorial, are now 20-year-old seniors at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul. They try to visit the site whenever they are in Proctor. It is the only memorial of its kind in the nation affiliated with the Yellow Ribbon Program.” https://www.startribune.com/stories/462/4824928.html
“Outside consultant,” Star Tribune, June 14, 2004. Dr. Jay Ebben, associate professor of entrepreneurship at St. Thomas, offers advice for this column.
“Pitchers, catchers make their marks,” St. Paul Pioneer Press June 15, 2004. Orono’s Maria Bye, a second-team all-state pitcher, will be a Tommie in the fall.
“Allina to operate under 1 board Efficiency is goal of restructuring,” Star Tribune, June 18, 2004. “David Durenberger, former U.S. senator from Minnesota who now heads the National Institute of Health Policy at the University of St. Thomas, said the new governance structure is worth trying.”
“A place of their own,” St. Paul Pioneer Press, June 18, 2004. “For 14 years, [Ramona de Rosales] led the University of St. Thomas program that provided the after-school and summer school programs on the West Side. But the continued high dropout rates for Latino students and low overall academic achievement convinced her and others that they needed to try something else.”
“Public safety leader named,” St. Paul Pioneer Press, June 18, 2004. Michael Campion has a bachelor's degree in sociology and a master's degree in education from the University of St. Thomas.
“G.K. Chesterton subject of forum,” St. Paul Pioneer Press, June 18, 2004. “So fans of the British theologian, philosopher, journalist, essayist and critic will have a homecoming of sorts at the annual Chesterton conference through Saturday at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul.”