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Gophers Tennis Star Goes Quickly From Athlete To Head Coach

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — When it comes to your career, you typically work your way up, right?

Well, imagine finishing college, and stepping in Day One to your first job as the boss. 504 more words

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Minnesota Was The Birth Place Of Intercollegiate Basketball

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — It’s the most exciting time of the year for college basketball, but did you know the first intercollegiate basketball game was played in Minnesota? 234 more words

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GUEST POST // A Game of Look and Find for Poetry and the Blog that Hosts it [Q&A]

Dear Readers, we are lucky enough to have become acquainted with Franki Hanke, a student administrative assistant with the Hamline University English Department. She also writes for its in-house blog  1,423 more words

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A girl. A guy. An apartment.

Little life blog post for ya. This one is not book-related, but what the heck. 

For those of you who haven’t heard the romantic freshman-year love story that played out over a year ago, here’s a little recap. 238 more words

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A Monk's Chronicle: 7 November 2016 -- All Souls' Day: A Reflection

All Souls’ Day:  A Reflection

One of my all-time favorite hymns comes from 18th-century England, and it compares Jesus to an apple tree.   It’s a carol that we sing at Christmas, but its focus on ripe fruit makes it just as appropriate for All Souls’ Day, and for autumn in particular.   900 more words

Hamline U Job Ad: Global Engagement Center (Minnesota)

Associate Director, Global Engagement Center
Hamline University
St. Paul, Minnesota, USA
Posted 10/11/2016; open until filled
Posting Number: 2014181

Job Description Summary
The primary purpose of the Associate Director position is to assist the Director of the Global Engagement Center and the University with the development and assessment of its global initiatives. 634 more words

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Refugee

Living in a refugee camp can be quite fun in its own way. My brother and I always tried to make the most out of our situation. 152 more words