• In the News Archive 2007

    December 30, 2007
    Professor David Schultz spoke to KARE11-TV regarding the upcoming Iowa caucuses. 

    December 29, 2007
    The Pioneer Press recaps the highlights of musical offerings in the Twin Cities for the past year. Hamline's Sundin Music Hall hosted one of these premier events. 

    December 27, 2007
    Professor in the School of Business David Schultz spoke to WCCO-TV about the implications of the assassination of former Prime Minister of Pakistan Benizar Bhutto. Schultz also spoke to MNN Radio, WCCO AM radio, XM Radio, and FOX9-TV on this subject.

    December 24, 2007
    Professor David Schultz spoke to the Star Tribune regarding the actions of Minneapolis City Council Member Lisa Goodman. 

    December 20, 2007
    Professor David Schultz was interviewed by the Associated Press regarding instant runoff voting. 

    December 17, 2007
    Steve Bjork, associate vice president for admissions and career services, was quoted in a Pioneer Press article discussing college admissions policies. 

    December 15, 2007
    The Star Tribune reports that professor of anthropology Susan Myster, a board-certified forensic anthropologist, will assist in an investigation in search of new clues in the 1985 murder of a Wisconsin woman.

    December 15, 2007
    Professor David Schultz is quoted in a Red Wing Republican Eagle article about the rise of state-funded partisanship.

    December 14, 2007
    Frank Hernandez, assistant professor and director for the Center for Excellence in Urban Teaching, wrote an op-ed piece for the Star Tribune regarding disparate academic entrances in our educational system. 

    December 13, 2007
    Professor David Schultz was interviewed by KARE11-TV on why religion is such a hot topic in presidential campaigns this time.  

    December 12, 2007
    Associate Vice President for Admissions Steve Bjork was interviewed by the Minnesota Daily regarding Hamline's J-Term classes. 

    December 9, 2007
    Professor David Schultz was interviewed by the Star Tribune on the issue of sending campaign materials to taxpayer funded email accounts. 

    December 8, 2007
    The Associated Press ran a story in which Professor David Schultz, one of the most quoted political ethics experts in Minnesota, was interviewed regarding the line between political expenditures and legitimate official spending.

    December 7, 2007 
    ThisWeek News reports that a 1989 graduate of Hamline University School of Law is appointed to a judgeship in the Carver County Courthouse. 

    December 1, 2007
    Professor and Director of the School of Law's Health Law Center Lucinda Jesson is quoted for a Pioneer Press article on an issue the Supreme Court is looking into--whether injured patients can sue medical device makers. 

    December 1, 2007
    The American Bar Association Journal ran an article on the new JD/MFA degree offered by the School of Law and Graduate School of Liberal Studies. Dean Jon Garon of the law school was quoted for the story. 

    November Issue, 2007

    Associate Vice President of Admissions Steve Bjork and CLA student Amanda Dutcher were interviewed for a Minnesota Parent Magazine story on Facebook and how students are using the social networking tool to meet their classmates and to learn about colleges before they ever come to campus.  

    November 30, 2007
    Professor in the Graduate School of Liberal Studies Writing for Children and Young Adults program Alexandria LaFaye was highlighted in the Benton Courier when she spoke to elementary school students about how to write children's books. 

    November 30, 2007
    Hamline's study abroad efforts and Hamline CLA graduate and Fulbright scholar Matt Glass were highlighted in a MinnPost.com story on private colleges and study overseas. 

    November 28, 2007
    Professor David Schultz was quoted for a KARE-11 story on the Republican debate. 

    November 23, 2007
    The Pioneer Press wrote an editorial about the incredible work Professors Arie and Nurith Zmora are doing in the Middle East to promote peace through education. 

    November 23, 2007
    Professor David Schultz was interviewed by the Star Tribune for an article on Secretary of State Mark Ritchie.

    November 22, 2007
    Professor David Schultz was interviewed by KARE 11-TV for a story about Secretary of State Mark Ritchie.  

    November 14, 2007
    The Star Tribune wrote an editorial lauding Hamline's new MBA program. Dean of the School of Business Julian Schuster and President Linda Hanson were interviewed for the story. 

    November 14, 2007
    Associate Professor Kristin Mapel-Bloomberg was interviewed for the Minnesota Women's Press on a story about the relevance of women's studies. 

    November 12, 2007
    Professor David Schultz was interviewed by KSTP-TV regarding an investigation into MNDot supervisors. 

    November 11, 2007
    In an article on a recent child abuse case, the Pioneer Press reported that Hamline University School of Law will be introducing a new class called "Child Abuse and the Law." Professor Mary Jo Hunter will co-teach the class with Assistant Hennepin County Attorney Anne McKeig. 

    November 6, 2007
    This Pioneer Press article is about a scholarship given to low-income students who aspire a college education and do well in school while overcoming struggles. Hamline University is one of five schools that has pledged to annually match and renew the scholarship if the recipient is admitted to and attends its institution.

    November 2, 2007
    Professor Joe Peschek was quoted in the Pioneer Press regarding the St. Paul City Council race. 

    November 2, 2007
    Professor David Schultz commented to the Pioneer Press on the Maplewood City Council race and the costs related to it. 

    November 2, 2007
    Professor David Schultz commented to the Star Tribune on the Maplewood City Council race, the tension involved, and the shifting dynamics of suburban politics.

    November 1, 2007
    Professor David Schultz was quoted in the Star Tribune about spending on the I-35W bridge reconstruction. 

    November 1, 2007
    Professor David Schultz is quoted in the Star Tribune on the St. Paul City Council race.

    October 31, 2007
    This article in the Minneapolis Spokesman-Recorder on candidates who are involved in the MN Liberian organization was written by a Hamline student, Caroline Joseph. She is a journalism intern at the Spokesman-Recorder. 

    October 30, 2007
    FOX9-TV reported that Hamline University School of Business has launched a new MBA program. 

    October 29, 2007
    The Minneapolis St. Paul Business Journal reports that Hamline University will launch a new master of business administration program. The program will begin in January 2008. Dean Julian Schuster and President Linda Hanson were quoted for the print version of this story. Here is the online version: 

    October 29, 2007
    Professor Joseph Daly commented to the Star Tribune on the Exxon Mobil Corporation case. 

    October 29, 2007
    The Star Tribune did a feature on the School of Education's Teaching English as a Foreign Language, or TEFL, program. Asst. Professor Kim Johnson was quoted for the article. 

    October 24, 2007
    The Minnesota Spokesman Recorder ran an article regarding Hamline's recent speaker, Columbia University Professor Patricia Williams, who spoke on race and eugenics. 

    October 23, 2007
    The Fergus Falls Journal reports that CLA professor emeritus of history, Richard Kagan, is the inaugural presenter for the Fergus Falls Humanities Forum. 

    October 19, 2007
    President Linda Hanson, Professor Tom Romero, and Registrar Roberto Koch were quoted in the Daily Planet for a story on the state of Latinos in legal education. 

    October 19, 2007
    The Hampton Chronicle ran a lengthy article highlighting several former Hamline athletes and coaches, including Dick Mulkern, Mike Manders, Steve Lindren, Duane Benson, and Paul Schmaedeke. 

    October 17, 2007
    KARE11-TV interviewed professor in the School of Business David Schultz regarding the State's Children Health Insurance Program. 

    October 15, 2007
    The Saint Paul Pioneer Press ran a cover story on the archeological dig being undertaken by Professor Brian Hoffman and his class at the site of the former Hamline United Methodist Church.

    October 12, 2007
    Professor of Law David Larson was quoted in an article for the Minnesota Daily regarding a coach candidate who is suing the University of Minnesota. 

    October issue of Forensic Magazine
    Professor Susan Myster co-authored an article on the Innocence Project for Forensic Magazine.

    October 10, 2007
    Professor David Schultz comments to the Rochester Post Bulletin on lawmakers per diem compensation. 

    October 8, 2007
    Professor David Schultz commented to the Associated Press on how the public is feeling about Iraq. 

    October 4, 2007
    Professor of political science Joe Peschek talked to the Star Tribune about a recent poll on Governor Pawlenty. The Associated Press picked up the story. 

    October 4, 2007
    Student athletes Kevin Groh and Ian Campbell are highlighted by the Rochester Post Bulletin.

    October 2, 2007
    The Innocence Project, a nonprofit committed to investigating and resolving wrongful convictions just helped free an innocent man who served 10 years in prison for a crime he did not commit. Hamline Law Professor Michael Davis, who works with the project, commented for the Saint Paul Pioneer Press article. 

    October 2, 2007
    Professor David Schulz of the School of Business wrote an op-ed piece for Op-ed News about voter fraud. 

    October 1, 2007
    Professor David Schultz spoke to KARE11-TV about how the 35W bridge collapse will affect congressional races. 

    October 1, 2007
    Professor David Schultz wrote an op-ed piece for the Star Tribune on instant run-off voting. 

    September 29, 2007
    Hamline CLA student Daniel Cheng Yang, who has written a book and now has an photo exhibit at Metro State, is featured in an article written by the TC Daily Planet

    September 27, 2007
    Computers Hamline turned over to a recycler 12 years ago were found dumped in Rice Lake in Sterns County. As the Saint Paul Pioneer Press reports, Hamline is working with the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency to make sure the computers are disposed of properly and to identify the perpetrator.

    September 27, 2007
    The Asian American Press reports that Professor David Davies will present at the Chinese American Academic & Professional Association in Minnesota on the topic of "Wal-Mao: The Localization of Corporate Culture at Wal-Mart, China." 

    September 26, 2007
    President Linda Hanson was interview by Minnesota Public Radio regarding U-CAN, a new online college consumer tool.

    September 25, 2007
    President Linda Hanson was interviewed for a Pioneer Press article regarding U-CAN, a new online college consumer tool. 

    September 25, 2007
    Professor of Law Mary Jane Morrison was quoted for an Associated Press article on the Senator Larry Craig case. 

    September 24, 2007
    Professor of political science, Joe Peschek, was interviewed by WCCO-TV regarding the Iranian president's speech at Columbia University. 

    September 21, 2007
    The Asian American Press ran a feature story on Hamline's new JD/MFA degree offering.

    September 19, 2007
    Hamline student David Schommer is a journalism intern at the TC Daily Planet wrote an article of mural art.

    September 18, 2007
    The Star Tribune and Pioneer Press report that the dean of the School of Law, Jon Garon, will resign at the end of the 2007-08 academic year. 

    September 17, 2007
    Professor of political science in the College of Liberal Arts Joe Peschek was interviewed by the Associated Press for an article on the announcement that Congressman Jim Ramstad will retire. The story was picked up at news venues all over the Midwest. 

    September 17, 2007
    Professor in the School of Business David Schultz was interviewed by KARE11-TV for a story on the announcement of Congressman Jim Ramstad's retirement. 

    September 16, 2007
    Professor in the School of Business David Schultz was interviewed for a Star Tribune story on how the internet, and Ebay in particular, have influenced the way antiques are sold. 

    September 13, 2007
    Professor in the School of Business David Schultz was 'live' in the FOX9-TV newsroom to offer commentary after the President's address to the nation.

    September 11, 2007
    Professor in the School of Business David Schultz was interviewed for WCCO's "Good Question" segment on whether the U.S. is heading for a recession.

    September 9, 2007
    Hamline student and football player Dan Aschenbrener, who recently returned to Hamline University and the Piper football team after serving 16 months in Iraq, was highlighted in a Sunday front page Star Tribune story.

    September 8, 2007
    Professor of law Mary Jane Morrison was interviewed by the Spokane Spokesman Review regarding whether Senator Larry Craig can undo his plea.

    September 8, 2007
    Professor in the Graduate School of Liberal Studies new program in writing for children and young adults, Alexandria LaFaye, was featured by The Detroit News.

    September 5, 2007
    Hamline University President Linda Hanson was quoted for a Star Tribune editorial on the U.S. News rankings. 

    September 5, 2007
    Professor of law Joe Daly spoke to the Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder about whether a recent Supreme Court ruling reversed.

    September 4, 2007
    Professor David Larson was interviewed by the Star Tribune regarding the new arbitrator/mediator job of Mary Pawlenty, the governor's wife, and what challenges she is likely to face. 

    September 4, 2007
    Media relations director JacQui Getty was quoted in a Pioneer Press article on dorm renovations and advancements. The story mentioned recent upgrades to Sorin Residence Hall and the dining area. 

    September 4, 2007
    A Kansas City Star columnist writes about assistant professor Paul Gorski's research on computers and multicultural education from Gorski's book, Multicultural Education and the Internet: Intersections and Integrations.

    September 2, 2007
    Vice President of University Relations Dan Loritz was quoted in a Star Tribune story on St. Paul colleges and their relationships with their neighbors. 

    August 24, 2007
    KARE11-TV ran a fun feature on School of Business professor David Schultz.

    August 22, 2007
    Professor in the School of Business, David Schultz talked to KARE11-TV about Senator Norm Coleman and his challenges with both aligning and distancing himself from President Bush. 

    August 22, 2007
    The Granite Falls News reports that former Hamline three-sport athlete and student is now bullpen catch for the Minnesota Twins.

    August 21, 2007
    The Pioneer Press announced that Hamline has hired a new 'elite' New York basketball coach.

    August 17, 2007
    President Linda Hanson spoke to WCCO-TV last summer about the U.S. News college rankings. The story covered whether the rankings are an effective measurement tool in helping students to select the right school for them. WCCO-TV re-ran the story this year. Hamline ranked first in Minnesota and ninth in its category of Best University-Master's for the seventh year in a row. 

    August 17, 2007
    President Linda Hanson was interviewed by MNN radio about the 2008 U.S. News college rankings. The segment aired on more than 80 MNN radio station affiliates throughout Minnesota.

    August 16, 2007
    In a Hudson Star Observer article about preparing student athletes for playing on college hockey teams, the general manager of Hudson's new 'Junior A league' team states that his son played hockey at Hamline and had a great experience, so as a GM, he is trying to model his program after what he learned from his son's experience. 

    August 14, 2007
    Professor David Schultz in the School of Business spoke to KSTP-TV about where people will point the blame in the bridge collapse. No web link is available for this story.

    August 14, 2007
    In a Star Tribune interview with a new mystery writer, the author said one of the reasons he thought there were so many good authors from Minnesota is because of our very strong writing programs in Minnesota, particularly at the University of Minnesota, Mankato, and Hamline.

    August 13, 2007

    Theater professor Carolyn Levy talks about the history of women in theater in an article for the Minnesota Women's Press

    August 7, 2007
    Professor in the School of Business David Schultz wrote an editorial for the Philadelphia Inquirer in the wake of the 35W bridge collapse.

    August 5, 2007
    The School of Law recently held a seminar on freedom of speech at political conventions. A Star Tribune story highlights the seminar, at which more than 50 lawyers and law students learned about convention protest issues.

    July 31, 2007 
    ScientificAmerican.com explores law professor Jonathan Kahn's assertions that BiDil is the first "ethnic" drug. 

    July 26, 2007 
    Minnesota Public Radio ran a four-minute feature on the Hamline University Civic Education Project, a collaborative program between educators from across the Middle East and from Hamline that is building peace curricula to teach in middle schools and high schools in the Middle East. Program director Arie Zmora comments in the story.

    July 24, 2007
    The Pioneer Press highlighted a panel discussion at Hamline on instant runoff voting, a voting method that allows voters to rank candidates in order of choice. Professor David Schultz from the School of Business was one of the panelists, along with former member of Congress Tim Penny and Secretary of State Mark Ritchie.  

    July 23, 2007
    Director of the master of management program in the School of Business Robert Kramarczuk commented for a Star Tribune story on a local strip club owner who is donating one million dollars toward the new University of Minnesota stadium. 

    July 23, 2007
    The Canadian Jewish News ran an article on the Civic Education Project, a collaboration of Middle East and Hamline University educators who are creating peace curriculum to be taught in Middle Eastern middle and high schools.

    July 22, 2007
    Professor in the School of Business David Schultz commented to Minnesota Public Radio on the role convention consultants are playing in the 2008 Republican National Convention, and why he believes it causes some concern.

    July 20, 2007
    In an article on senatorial candidate Al Franken, professor of political science Joe Peschek commented to the Associated Press about the accelerated cycle of the senatorial and presidential campaigns.

    July 16, 2007
    Professor in the School of Business David Schultz commented to KARE11-TV on whether Governor Tim Pawlenty will show up on the GOP ticket as a vice presidential candidate in 2008.

    July 12, 2007
    The Pioneer Press reports Hamline is hosting a series of children's book author readings open to the public as part of the summer session of the Graduate School of Liberal Studies' children's literature writing program.  The program is the only one of its kind in the Upper Midwest. 

    July 5, 2007
    The Asian American Press ran a story on a bike camp for kids with disabilities, hosted by Hamline.

    July 5, 2007
    Professor David Schultz from the School of Business spoke to WCCO-TV about the value of the dollar.

    July 2, 2007
    Professor David Schultz from the School of Business spoke to KARE11-TV about Obama and Clinton presidential candidacy fundraising efforts. 

    June 29, 2007
    Professor David Schultz from the School of Business comments for a Star Tribune story on Congressman Tim Walz. 

    June 25, 2007 
    Star Tribune sports writer John Millea mentions Hamline athletic director Dan O'Brien in his list of memorable moments of the 2006-2007 high school sports season. 

    June 25, 2007
    The Marshall Independent ran a profile story on Hamline's head basketball coach, Barry Wohler, who will be speaking at an upcoming banquet for the Central Plains Regional Baseball  

    June 24, 2007
    Co-director of the Hamline University Civic Education Project Lou Kanavati wrote an opinion column for the Pioneer Press about the efforts Hamline professors have made in establishing collaborative relationships between educators in the Middle East and in creating peace curriculum that is being taught in schools across the region.

    June 22, 2007
    Professor in the School of Business David Schultz talks to KSTP-TV about early voter burnout in the 2008 presidential race. 

    June 22, 2007
    Professor James Morrow in the School of Law commented to the Star Tribune on how judges deal with child testimony. A 12-year old girl is expected to testify next week as an eyewitness to the murder of her mother.

    June 13, 2007
    Professor in the School of Law Joe Daly spoke to WCCO-TV  on the issue of double jeopardy, after a Hennepin County worker is accused of sharing sensitive information with defendants.  

     June 13, 2007
    Professor in the School of Business, David Schultz, spoke to The Hill about the challenges that Senator Norm Coleman faces in the 2008 election.

    June 12, 2007
    Chair of the Education Department in the College of Liberal Arts Dwight Watson spoke to the Minnesota Spokesman Recorder about the Urban Summer Scholars program. 

    June 12, 2007
    The Chatfield News ran a story on Dana Luiken, who was named Hamline's 2007 Female Athlete of the Year.

    June 11, 2007
    The Pioneer Press ran a story stating that many high school students are taking advantage of a state program that pays for college classes while the students are still in high school. One such student will be attending Hamline, with enough credits to have status as a junior, though she will be just out of high school. 

    June 6, 2007
    A Pioneer Press article on Hmong community leader Vang Pao mentioned former School of Law dean Steve Young and his request to former U.S. attorney, Tom Heffelfinger to find an attorney for Pao. 

    June 5, 2007
    Professor of political science Joe Peschek was interviewed for an Associated Press story about the U.S. Senate race in Minnesota. 

    May 31, 2007 
    Star Tribune columnist Joe Kimball wrote a story on the street mural project, created by a Leadership in Support of Neighborhood (LISN) fellow. The LISN program is a collaboration between Hamline University and the Hamline Midway Coalition. 

    May 24, 2007
    Public Radio International's "The World" program ran a segment on Hamline University's Civic Education Project, which is working to promote peace through middle and high school curriculum taught both in Minnesota and in the Middle East.

    May 23, 2007
    Professor in the School of Business David Schultz wrote an editorial for the Pioneer Press on the results of the legislative session. 

    May 21, 2007
    Professor in the School of Business David Schultz appears "live" on KARE11 to discuss the results of the legislative session.

    May 20, 2007

    Professor in the School of Business David Schultz commented for a FOX9 story on political issues.

    May 19, 2007
    Professor in the Graduate School of Liberal Studies MFA in writing for children and young adults, Alison McGhee was interviewed by Minnesota Women's Press regarding her new novel, Falling Boy.

    May 18, 2007
    Professor in the School of Business David Schultz appeared "live" on KSTP-TV to discuss political issues.

    May 7, 2007
    Mental health counselor from the Office of Counseling and Health Services Terri Bly commented to Minnesota Public Radio on the limitations and liabilities involved in counseling students.

    May 4, 2007
    Dwight Watson, interim executive director of the Center for Excellence in Urban Teaching at Hamline University, spoke to the Pioneer Press spoke about the challenges of interesting students of color and indigenous students in teaching as a career. 

    May 2, 2007
    The Shakopee Valley News ran an article on a report recently released by professor in the School of Business, David Schultz. The report details the role of money in the 2006 Minnesota elections.

    April 30, 2007
    Professor in the School of Business David Schultz was interviewed for WCCO-TV's "Good Question" segment on why people in the U.S. work so many hours.

    April 29, 2007
    Professor of law Marie Falinger comments in a Star Tribune story on former St. Paul mayor and dean of Hamline University School of Law George Latimer.

    April 28, 2007
    The Star Tribune ran an editorial on the Model U.N. conference for middle schoolers held at Hamline University. 

    April 26, 2007
    The Star Tribune ran a profile on Hamline track and field coach, Lynden Reder, his experience working at Hamline, and his Olympic ambitions. 

    April 25, 2007
    Professor of economics Jenny Keil was interviewed by the MN Women's Press for an article on stay at home moms and the economic impact of stepping out of their career for a few years.

    April 20, 2007
    Professor David Schultz was interviewed by the Star Tribune regarding the U.S. attorney's office and its involvement in the probe of an autism center.

    April 20, 2007
    Professor of philosophy Duane Cady was interviewed for WCCO-TV's Good Question segment about how morality affects our energy consumption.

    April 19, 2007
    Hamline University held a vigil to honor those who lost their lives in the tragedy at Virginia Tech. The Star Tribune ran a story on this and other memorial services put on by colleges and universities.

    April 19, 2007
    Professor in the Graduate School of Liberal Studies MFA in writing for children and young adults, Alison McGhee was interviewed by mediabistro.com regarding her new novel, Fallen Boy.

    April 19, 2007
    The Star Tribune ran a story about the neighborhood surrounding Hamline University and how it is an "urban oasis." 

    April 16, 2007
    Hamline undergraduate student Tony Wilson, who is president of the school's Katrina Response Network, was interviewed by the Pioneer Press about his involvement in a fundraiser for hurricane victims.

    April 15, 2007
    Professor in the School of Law, David Cobin, commented to the Star Tribune on a university's decision to ban Facebook and MySpace use by student athletes.

    April 15, 2007
    Dean of the School of Business Julian Schuster was interviewed on WCCO-AM's Jearlynn Steele show about the possible impact on Minnesota if the U.S. severs ties with Venezuela and the oil import production is lost.

    April 14, 2007
    Percy Nelson, associate vice president for undergraduate enrollment, was interviewed by the Star Tribune in a story about the relationships between colleges and student loan lenders. 

    April 14, 2007
    Law professor Ken Swift was interviewed for a Star Tribune article about a lawsuit filed after Par Ridder, former Pioneer Press publisher, became publisher of the Star Tribune.

    April 10, 2007
    Associate vice president of enrollment management Percy Nelson commented to Minnesota Public Radio on how Hamline interacts with lenders. The story ran in the wake of the national scandal involving several schools and student loan lenders.

    April 9, 2007
    School of Law dean Jon Garon talked to the Pioneer Press about the U.S. News & World Report rankings. The School of Law ranked third in the nation--tied with Harvard University--for its Dispute Resolution Institute.

    April 7, 2007
    Professor David Schultz of the School of Business was interviewed by the Washington Post about the recent shake-up at the U.S. Attorney's Office in Minneapolis. The San Francisco Chronicle and Chicago Tribune ran this story, as well.

    April 6, 2007
    Professor David Schultz of the School of Business was interviewed by the Star Tribune about the multiple resignations at the U.S. Attorney's Office in Minneapolis. Several newspapers re-ran this story.  

    April 5, 2007
    Associate vice president for admissions Steve Bjork was interviewed for WCCO-TV's "Good Question" segment regarding the federal financial aid formula and how it works. 

    April 5, 2007
    Professor of Law, Joe Daly, was interviewed by WCCO-TV about the resignations at the U.S. Attorney's Office in Minneapolis.

    April 4, 2007
    Law professor David Larson comments to Detroit News on the case of a former Detroit police officer who is suing the state of Michigan for cutting off disability benefits after he rejected a prison chaplain position.

    April 2, 2007
    Director of off-campus and study abroad programs at Hamline, Kari Richtsmeier, was interviewed by the Star Tribune for a story about study abroad stresses and challenges for parents when their kids are overseas.

    March 27, 2007
    India's national paper, The Hindu, ran an article on a course in dispute resolution offered by the Indian Institute of Arbitration and Mediation, in conjunction with Hamline University School of Law. 

    March 2007
    Minneapolis St. Paul Magazine ran a feature on graduate programs. Dean of the Graduate School of Liberal Studies, Mary Rockcastle, and media relations director and GLS student, JacQui Getty, were interviewed.

    March 23, 2007
    This Week Newspapers ran a feature on the new Lakeville chief of police. The chief received his master of public administration through the School of Business. He talks about the role that higher education has played in his success.

    March 16, 2007
    The Star Tribune reviewed poetry written by Deborah Keenan, professor in the Graduate School of Liberal Studies.

    March 14, 2007
    The Star Tribune ran an article on the new forensic science crime lab to be built in Anoka. In addition to serving the crime lab needs of Anoka, Wright, and Sherburne Counties, it will be used as a teaching facility for Hamline forensic science students. 

    March 14, 2007
    Sociology professor Melissa Embser-Herbert was interviewed by the Associated Press on gays in the military. The print story, which has been picked up all over the country, also includes audio clips of her interview.

    March 13, 2007
    Student in the Graduate School of Liberal Studies master of fine arts in writing for children and young adult literature, Loretta Ellsworth talks the the Star Tribune about her new book and how going back to school has made a difference in her approach to writing.

    March 13, 2007
    The Marshall Independent reports that the Hamline University gymnastics team is headed to nationals for the first time in three years.

    March 13, 2007
    The Pioneer Press reports that former dean of the Graduate School of Liberal Studies, Linda Myers, is retiring as director of The Loft. 

    March 12, 2007
    The Pioneer Press ran a brief article on professor in the Graduate School of Liberal Studies' writing for children and young adults program, Alison McGhee, and her new young adult novel Falling Boy.

    March 9, 2007
    Professor in the School of Law and director of the Health Law Center Lucinda Jesson wrote an editorial for the Star Tribune on a two-pronged approach to state health care.

    March 8, 2007
    The Anoka County Union ran a story on the new forensic science crime lab to be built. In addition to serving the crime lab needs of Anoka, Wright, and Sherburne Counties, it will be used as a teaching facility for Hamline forensic science students.

    March 7, 2007
    Admissions counselor Caitlin Gilmet was interviewed by the Appleton Post Crescent at a college fair in Appleton, Wisconsin.

    March 4, 2007
    The Star Tribune ran an article on the new book of Alison McGhee, professor in the Graduate School of Liberal Studies' new children's literature writing program.

    March 1, 2007
    The Star Tribune interviewed Hamline alumnus Marcus Quiniones, who is a dancer, actor, writer, and choreographer. His show, "Circle Around the Island", will run at Theater Mu, where Quiniones got his start.

    March 1, 2007 
    The St. Cloud Times ran a story on the new crime lab that Hamline University is teaming up with Anoka and Wright counties to build.

    March 1, 2007 
    Minnesota Public Radio ran a segment on the Dream Act legislation, which would provide in-state tuition prices to illegal immigrants. A Hamline doctoral student was interviewed for the story. 

    February 27, 2007
    Alison McGhee, professor in Hamline's low residency MFA in writing for children and young adults, will be interviewed on February 27th on National Public Radio's All Things Considered to talk about her new picture book for all ages titled Someday. She will also be the featured author on Minnesota Public Radio's Talking Volumes at the Fitzgerald Theater on March 15. For more information and a list of local readings, please visit http://www.alisonmcghee.com/

    February 26, 2007
    Professor Deanna Thompson answered the WCCO-TV "Good Question" regarding the Discovery Channel's claim that a tomb found in 1980 is that of Jesus Christ and his family. 

    February 23, 2007
    Professor Suda Ishida, director of the Certificate of International Journalism program, commented about a new Web site filled with bus riders' experiences in a Pioneer Press article.

    February 23, 2007
    Alum Chuck Slocum celebrated his 60th birthday at Hamline in the Giddens Learning Center. A Star Tribune article states that Slocum asked that rather than gifts that people bring the checkbooks to support a Hamline mentoring program.  

    February 22, 2007
    The Pioneer Press highlighted the Borodin Quartet, who will perform at Sundin Music Hall this weekend.

    February 21, 2007
    The Star Tribune reported that Hamline women's hockey team defeated St. Thomas for the first time to advance to its first-ever MIAC playoffs.

    February 20, 2007
    Dr. Rosilyn Carroll of the School of Education's Center for Excellence in Urban Teaching participated in a read-a-thon with the Friendship Academy of Fine Arts. The theme was "Read Around the World." The event included several celebrities and dignitaries from across Minnesota. The Minneapolis Spokesman-Recorder ran an article on this.  

    February 13, 2007
    Professor David Schultz was interviewed by The Hill regarding Mike Ciresi's bid for senator.

    February 12, 2007
    Hamline received $2.27 million dollar grant to advance science education in Minnesota through its' new program, the Minnesota Science Teachers Education Project. Pioneer Press reporter Paul Tosto wrote a feature on the program.

    February 12, 2007
    Professor of sociology, Sharon Preves, was interviewed by WCCO-TV for a "Good Question" segment on the social and psychological difference in men and women. 

    February 5, 2007
    The Aberdeen News in South Dakota ran a feature on one of the first 31 students of the new, low-residency master of fine arts in writing for children and young adult literature program offered through the Graduate School of Liberal Studies. 

    January 28, 2007
    Professor David Schultz spoke to the Pioneer Press regarding his work assisting the Maplewood City Council.

    January 27, 2007
    The Star Tribune reports that Professor Jim Moore, in the Graduate School of Liberal Studies, and three graduates of the school have been named Minnesota Book Award finalists

    January 26, 2007
    Political science professor Joe Peschek commented in a Star Tribune article on Senator Coleman's lack of support in the Senate on sending increased troops to Anbar Province.

    January 23, 2007
    The Star Tribune reported that Gov. Tim Pawlenty reappointed Judge James A. Morrow, a professor in the School of Law to the Minnesota Boxing Commission 

    January 23, 2007
    Professor David Schultz told the Star Tribune why he feels it was inappropriate for a University of Minnesota professor to use her work email to rally support for a political candidate.

    January 21, 2007
    Professor David Schultz commented on KARE-11 about why legislators may not be supporting President Bush and his "troop surge" in Iraq. 

    January 16, 2007
    The Pioneer Press reported that Hamline student and pianist Denis Evstuhin took third place in the WAMSO Young Artists Competition. 

    January 15, 2007
    Professor Marc Anderson talked to the Pioneer Press about his work teaching elementary students African drumming, a program in its fifth year at a Cottage Grove school. 

    January 12, 2007
    Two students in the Graduate School of Liberal Studies master's of fine arts writing program helped to create "The Electric Arc Radio Show," a stage performance in the guise of a radio show. The Star Tribune ran a feature on the show. 

    January 8, 2007
    Hamline President Linda Hanson was interviewed regarding Hamline Trustee Mary Brainerd, who was chosen as the Business Journal's "Executive of the Year."

    January 4, 2007
    Professor David Schultz was interviewed by WCCO-TV for its Good Question segment, regarding "buzz" words that are annoying.