• Hamline Magazine

  • Fall 2013 Cover

    Hamline: The Magazine of Hamline University

  • Feature Stories

    • Fall 2013 Happenings on Hewitt
      University news, Hamline rankings, Ask the Expert, a professor's sea adventures, and more.
    • Bones
      Bones are Susan Myster's life. Find out how the Hamline anthropology professor is helping to solve the mysteries of Minnesota's unidentified persons.
    • The Oracle First Issue
      The Oracle, the second oldest student newspaper in Minnesota, is celebrating 125 years of providing students a voice on campus.
    • MPA Art
      Hamline's Master in Public Administration program celebrates thirty years of educating leaders in public service.
    • Piper Mascot
      October 29, 2013
      Outfitting the Piper Mascot
      The Hamline Piper underwent a makeover this summer. Gone are the giant head and padded costume. Going forward, the Piper will sport a more lifelike, edgier look.
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      October 28, 2013
      Fall 2013 Piper Athletics
      Nearly half of Hamline’s athletic staff can speak from personal experience about what it’s like to be a student and an athlete at the university.
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      Hamline Pipers' fall sports recap and an interview with All-American track and field athlete, Becky Culp.
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      April 24, 2013
      Entrée to the Arts
      Hamline students have a rare opportunity to intern at some of the world’s most prestigious art museums, thanks to a generous gift from the Ehlers family. Hear from the students themselves about how their lives have been impacted.
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      When twelve students embarked on a study-abroad trip to Rwanda last May term, they never imagined how much their lives were about to change.
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      April 24, 2013
      Planting Seeds for Peace
      Fellowship project helps bridge Middle East cultural, political divisions through education.
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      April 24, 2013
      Cabaret
      Hamline University Theatre kicked off its 82nd season with Cabaret, directed by Randy Winkler, on November 2.
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      University news–Hamline rankings, 2013 Faculty Retirements, Campus Recreation, and more.
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      October 6, 2012
      Hoping for More
      Professor Deanna Thompson, who suffers from stage IV metastatic breast cancer, is learning that no one teaches you how to die. But amidst uncertainty, the religion professor finds hope in her faith and shares her journey in a new memoir. 
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      October 5, 2012
      Fall 2012 Piper Athletics
      Hamline University's winter and spring sports recap and an interview with Hamline gymnast Courtney Benson.
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      There’s an air of optimism in Walker Fieldhouse; after leading the baseball team to national prominence, Jason Verdugo is at the helm of the Piper coaching staff. We look back on decades of Piper success and toward an age where recruiting rules the roost.
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      It’s here! The new Anderson Center opened its doors in August. Get a peek inside the new space that features a see-through fireplace, a Starbucks, a computer bar, a meditation room, and a green roof!
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      University news—undergrad student launches her own ice cream truck business, School of Law leads the way in experiential learning, and more
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      May 22, 2012
      Green Light
      Kevin Clemens has the kind of background that would make even the most diehard gearhead envious: stints working for Michelin and Automobile magazine, a transportation reporter fellowship at the University of Michigan, and founding a publishing company devoted to automotive books.
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      May 21, 2012
      Community Building
      The Anderson Center is on track to open this fall and is poised to challenge the digital age in its call for human interaction (the face-to-face kind).
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      May 21, 2012
      Addicted to Airtime
      Aerial artist Anna Ostroushko ’14 has a confession. “I’m terrified of heights,” she says. “I still freak out when I’m up there sometimes.” Up there is often 30 feet off the ground, flying from a trapeze as part of the Saint Paul circus troupe, Circus Juventas.
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      October 23, 2011
      Fast Talker
      Think You Can Talk Fast? We Guarantee You've Got Nothing on Glen Fladeboe '98.
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      October 23, 2011
      Poetic Justice
      Tamara Cabán-Ramirez JD '04 Combines Legal Know-How with Personal Experience in Her Busy Minneapolis Law Practice.
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      October 23, 2011
      Here's the Rub
      With approximately 1,100 brass rubbings from throughout England, Hamline's is undoubtedly the largest collection in the United States.
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      October 23, 2011
      From Campaign to Classroom
      In 1861, it was likely impossible to ignore the effects of war on Hamline’s campus. The military scene on campus today is remarkably different.
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      May 1, 2011
      Career Ambitions
      New Career Development Programs, and alumni willing to lend a helping hand, prepare Hamline students to face an uncertain job market. 
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      May 1, 2011
      Truth Teller
      As Cambodia’s ruling party from 1975 to 1979, the communist Democratic Kampuchea regime was responsible for the deaths of up to 2 million people. Laura Summers ’67 helps Cambodian teachers explore this painful past and teach the truth to future generations. 
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      Were you around when Neil Armstrong landed on the moon? How about when the Beatles landed on The Ed Sullivan Show? If you were at Hamline, you likely played some bridge and bashed a piano or two. Experience (perhaps again) Hamline in the 1960s. 
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      May 1, 2011
      Meet the Board
      Who are the members of Hamline’s Board of Trustees? What do they do? Learn more about the people guiding Hamline into the future. 
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      October 1, 2010
      Oil Slick
      The Gulf Coast oil spill has been called the greatest natural disaster in United States history. Eleven workers were killed in the blast, which ultimately leaked nearly 5 million barrels of oil into the Gulf of Mexico. The leak is capped, but the disaster wages on. In the spirit of “do all that you can,” the Hamline community aims to understand and take action against the devastating ramifications of this deadly tragedy. 
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      October 1, 2010
      Robb Prince Remembered
      Hamline mourns the loss of board chair and longtime trustee.  
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      October 1, 2010
      Out of the Fog
      At age 40, after a series of traumatic events, including a nasty divorce and the suffocating, regretful grief of his father’s death, Ed Jopling MALS ’09 found himself in Ireland. To get there, he divested everything he had, quit his lucrative job, and bought a one-way ticket to Galway for an unexpected spiritual transformation.  
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      October 1, 2010
      Hamline Art
      From the iconic Bishop statue to the Blue Garden waterfall to the “Heech” sculpture adjacent to Bush Student Center -- art abounds at Hamline. 
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      October 1, 2010
      Just Add Laughter
      It’s been more than a decade since K. P. Anderson ’91 called the Twin Cities home, but he can still describe every nuance of a Minnesota laugh. “It’s not overly ironic -- Minnesotans like the things they like. If you get the laugh then you’ve really earned it, and it’s a genuine, natural laugh,” he explains. “You might get easier laughs somewhere else, but they’re less true.” 
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