•  Phil Brondyke 07

    Phil Brondyke '07

    Life After Hamline

    "When you graduate from Hamline, there's no shortage of people to write you recommendations or find you career connections. It's fantastic to have coaches, advisors, and staff who know you and can recommend you to potential employers."

    Major: Political science and English with a social justice minor

    Occupation: Graduate student, University College London

    Field of study: International politics with a focus on Russia and Eastern Europe

    On crossing the pond: University College London's School of Slavonic and Eastern European Studies is a perfect fit for my area of interest. And London is a nice place to study just about anything- let alone international politics.

    Future plans: I'd like to work for the United States Foreign Service, but I also may draw on my graduate dissertation -- examining global brands and brand development in Eastern Europe -- and be a consultant in the private sector.

  • News

    Seniors majoring in studio art and art history are in New York City over spring break to visit museums to conduct research for the senior art exhibition on campus.

    Sunday, March 26 marks the 190th anniversary of the death of musical paragon Ludwig Von Beethoven. On Tuesday, March 28 at 7:30 p.m, Sundin Music Hall and the St. Croix Piano Trio present a concert of his music featuring the violin sonata nicknamed the Kreutzer, the piano sonata known as the Andante Favori, and his piano trio known as the Ghost. Pianist Ivan Konev, violinist Natalia Moiseeva, and cellist Tanya Remenikova will perform.

    Members of the Hamline community are invited to get free professional LinkedIn headshots on Tuesday, March 28 from 2-4 p.m., on the third floor of Anderson Center.