E-News February 2015

Headlines

Muntifering '99 Conserves Namibia's Black Rhinos

Poaching Africa's black rhinos is on the rise. Jeff Muntifering works with local communities to prevent it.

 

 

Hansen '10 Named New Journalist of the Year

Nick Hansen was named new journalist of the year by the Minnesota Newspaper Association.



Arboretum Named Best Place to Snowshoe

WCCO viewers voted Saint John’s Abbey Arboretum the best place to snowshoe in Minnesota. The arboretum was featured on WCCO.

 

Events

Johnnie Standup

This year's Johnnie Standup on Wednesday, March 18, will feature Saint John's head basketball coach Jim Smith. The event begins at 7 p.m. at Jax Café in Minneapolis.

Receptions with Gary Fasching in California

Join head football coach Gary Fasching '81 for one of two receptions in California:






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Read More Class Notes

Dr. Tom Witt '76, CEO of Mayo Clinic Health System in Cannon Falls, Minnesota, was named the Goodhue County Editorial Association’s 2014 Citizen of the Year. 

Joe Kelly '83 has been appointed director of the division of Minnesota Homeland Security Emergency Management.

Daniel Schueppert ’10 was named a silver award winner by The Centre for International Sustainable Development Law for his essay "Climate Change, the U.N. Convention to Combat Desertification and Multi-Level Governance."