• In the News Archive 2008

    December 30, 2008
    Hamline University and its partnership with the Anoka County Crime lab was mentioned in an article by the Star Tribune. Hamline's forensic science students will have the opportunity to intern in the crime lab.

    December 29, 2008
    Professor David Schultz from the School of Business was referenced in an editorial in the South Saint Paul Examiner about the Franken/Coleman senate race recount. 

    December 28, 2008
    Professor David Schultz from the School of Business spoke to the Star Tribune about the Franken/ Coleman senate recount.

    December 28, 3008
    Professor David Schultz from the School of Business spoke to the Star Tribune about how Minnesota may be one senator short when the Senate convenes in January. 

    December 26, 2008
    Law professor Lucinda Jesson spoke to Minnesota Public Radio about the conflicting Minnesota law on who will judge election contest. 

    December 23, 2008
    Professor David Schultz from the School of Business was referenced by the New York Times in an article about the Minnesota senate race recount. 

    December 23, 2008
    Hamline University men's hockey player Joe Long was featured in a MIAC Profiles of Excellence by College Sporting News. 

    December 19, 2008
    Professor David Schultz from the School of Business was interviewed by the Los Angeles Times about the close senate race in Minnesota. 

    December 19, 2008
    Community Hoops announced that women's head basketball coach Melissa Young-Kruse was Hamline University's all-time wins leader. 

    December 18, 2008
    Professor David Schultz from the School of Business was interviewed by FOX (National) News about Senator Coleman's use of campaign funds. 

    December 18, 2008
    Professor David Schultz from the School of Business spoke to the Star Tribune about absentee ballots in the Coleman-Franken recount. 

    December 18, 2008
    Professor David Schultz from the School of Business spoke with the Pioneer Press about absentee ballots in the Coleman-Franken recount. 

    December 18, 2008
    Professor David Schultz from the School of Business was interviewed by Minnpost.com about deficit spending in Minnesota. 

    December 18, 2008

    Professor in the School of Business David Schultz was interviewed for a Pioneer Press article on how Coleman's campaign donations should be spent. 

    December 17, 2008

    Hamline University sophomore hockey player Jared Hummel, who is from Eagan, was featured in a Star Tribune article about student athletes and how they make their college choices. Hummel spoke about how happy he was that he decided to attend Hamline--both academically, as well as to play hockey. 

    December 16, 2008
    Steven Paprocki, an adjunct professor of philanthropy at Hamline University, explained in a Star Tribune article about the Madoff investment fraud that he hasn't seen losses this big in more than 20 years of research on foundations.

    December 9, 2008
    Jerry Krause, a Hamline University College of Liberal Arts professor, said in a Star Tribune article that he has seen more riders on public transportation during his commute.

    December 9, 2008
    The Hutchinson Leader reports that Bob Hammond, a Hamline University graduate, has received the university’s “Making the World a Better Place” award.

    December 4, 2008
    Professor David Schultz from the School of Business was referenced in a Pioneer Press article on instant runoff voting. 

    December 4, 2008
    Professor of Law David Larson was interviewed for a Pioneer Press story on the suspension of two Minnesota Vikings.

    December 3, 2008
    Minnesota state representative Kate Knuth who worked at Hamline University’s Center for Global Environmental Education is featured in a White Bear Press article about creating green jobs.

    December 1, 2008
    Professor David Schultz spoke to Minnpost.com about the likelihood of the Franken-Coleman recount issue ending up in a courtroom. 

    November Issue, 2008
    Twin Cities Business named dean of the School of Business, Julian Schuster, a "Minnesotan You Should Know." 

    November 30, 2008 
    Pamela Carter Joern, an MFA alumna and faculty in the Graduate School of Liberal Studies, was featured in Sunday's Star Tribune. The article deemed her a "significant Midwestern writer."

    November 26, 2008
    Minnesota Public Radio broadcast the Hamline Law School Dean's Dinner presentation by Harvard Law Professor Charles Ogletree on Wednesday, Nov. 26. The broadcast included introductory remarks by new dean of the School of Law Donald Lewis.

    November 25, 2008

    KARE 11 News featured Hamline University senior and student-athlete Brandon Gleason, who earned All-American honors in cross country just a year and a half after a debilitating accident.

    November 25, 2008
    The Star Tribune ran a feature story on the St. Paul Public School's Teaching Fellows program.  Hamline University is a partner in the Teaching Fellows collaboration. 

    November 25, 2008
    Professor in the School of Business David Schultz spoke to the Minnesota Independent about the Franken-Coleman recount. 

    November 24, 2008
    Professor in the School of Business Jack Reardon was interviewed by FOX9-TV about the fluctuating stock market. 

    November 23, 2008
    Insight News ran a photo of the installation of new law school dean, Donald Lewis. 

    November 23, 2008
    Maura Youngman is a Hamline University journalism student interning at the Twin Cities Daily Planet. Youngman wrote an article on homelessness.

    November 20, 2008
    Hamline University School of Business professor David Schultz spoke to TIME magazine about Al Franken’s chances in the Minnesota Senate race.

    November 20, 2008
    Jenny Keil, an associate professor in the School of Business at Hamline University, explained—in an UWire.com article—why a pay gap exists between men and women.

    November 17, 2008
    Hamline University Professor Mike Farris explained on Minnesota Public Radio the mountaineer's desire for altitude and the risks involved in its pursuit.

    November 17, 2008
    Hamline University Assistant Legal Studies Professor Margaret C. Hobday has a report, “A Missed Opportunity: Minnesota's Failed Experiment With Choice-Based Integration” referenced in a MinnPost.com article about Twin Cities-area schools.

    November 17, 2008
    Lou Bellamy, who is directing a rendition of “A Raisin in the Sun” and has a degree in theater from Hamline University, is the focus of this News Herald article.

    November 16, 2008

    Joseph Daly, a professor at Hamline University School of Law spoke about the role of corporate legal counsel in a Star Tribune article about the Tom Petters fraud case.

    November 14, 2008
    Finance and Commerce reported that Hamline University law professor Lucinda Jesson is a serious candidate to be the new U.S. attorney from Minnesota.

    November 12, 2008
    According the Coon Rapids Herald, Hamline University School of Education adjunct professor James A. Cunningham Jr. has been appointed to the trial court bench vacancy in Anoka County.

    November 12, 2008
    In a Star Tribune article about the Minnesota Senate recount, Hamline University School of Business professor David Schultz explained that out of 18 major statewide races since 1998, all but three saw vote changes benefiting DFLers.

    November 12, 2008
    Hamline University School of Law professor Joseph Daly told KARE 11 News that he did not find anything definitively illegal in the video tapes of the alleged steering of Somali voters toward Al Franken.

    November 12, 2008
    The U of M News Wire reported that Hamline University School of Law professor Marie Fallinger helped found the Infinity Project, to increase gender diversity on the Eighth District Court.

    November 11, 2008
    Hamline University Graduate School of Liberal Studies Professor Sheila O’Connor, an accomplished author, visited Carleton College with a group of other Minnesota authors.

    November 11, 2008
    Hamline University School of Business Professor David Schultz explained to the Miami Herald that Obama’s election will make Washington the most pro-environment since the early 1970s.

    November 11, 2008
    The Minnesota Women's Press ran an article on Minnesota's nine female college and university presidents. Hamline University President Linda Hanson was one of four presidents featured in the article. 

    November 11, 2008
    Professor in the School of Law Joe Daly spoke to KARE 11 News about Minnesota's senate race recount. 

    November 11, 2008

    Professor in the School of Business David Schultz was interviewed by the Star Tribune about the Coleman-Franken senate race recount.

    November 9, 2008
    Insight News ran and article and photo on Dr. Youkahanna, former director of the Iraqi National Museum, who spoke at Hamline. 

    November 7, 2008
    Professor of Law Joe Daly spoke to the Associated Press about how the race for Senate between incumbent U.S. Senator Norm Coleman and challenger Al Franken might be decided. Just a few hundred votes currently separately the two, and a recount is in progress. 

    November 6, 2008
    Professor in the School of Business David Schultz spoke to the Star Tribune about the history of recounts in elections. 

    November 6, 2008 
    KARE 11 News spent election day and evening with Hamline University student Jacci Rickel as she placed her vote and watched election returns with her friends. The story focused on the historical significance of this election for women. 

    November 5, 2008
    Professor in the School of Business David Schultz spoke to Minnpost.com about U.S. Representative Tim Walz's re-election.

    November 5, 2008
    Professor of political science Joseph Peschek was interviewed by the Associated Press about the election results. 

    November 5, 2008
    Professor in the School of Business David Schultz participated in a panel on “Informed and Engaged: Civil Rights, Social Justice and the 2008 Elections.” The Minnesota Spokesman Recorder ran a story about the session. 

    November 5, 2008
    Professor in the School of Business David Schultz spoke to the Star Tribune about the results of the U.S. Senate race in Minnesota and whether the Independent candidate played a key role in determining the outcome. 

    November 5, 2008
    Professor in the School of Law Joe Daly spoke to WCCO 4 News about allegations of voter irregularities in the U.S. Senate race. 

    October 31, 2008
    Professor in the School of Business David Schultz was interviewed by Minnpost.com about negative political ads. 

    October 30, 2008
    Professor of political science Joseph Peschek was interviewed by National Public Radio for a story on the close race between Senator Norm Coleman and challenger Al Franken. The story was picked up by the Associated Press. 

    October 30, 2008
    Professor David Schultz in the School of Business was interviewed by the Star Tribune regarding political attack ads by advocacy groups. 

    October 30, 2008  Professor in the School of Business David Schultz was interviewed by the Roanoke Times on whether politics and business mix. 

    October 30, 2008
    Professor of forensic science Sue Myster consulted on a murder case. The Mille Lacs County Times reports on developments in the case. 

    October 29, 2008
    Shakopee Valley News reported the Hamline University honored alumna Lisa Adams with its "First Decade Award" for her accomplishments in the first 10 years after graduating from the college. 

    October 29, 2008
    Detroit Lakes Online traveled to Gingko's Coffeehouse and spoke to Hamline students at a rally near the university's Saint Paul campus for Al Franken, candidate for Senate. Hamline's Student College Democrats helped organize the rally.

    October 28, 2008
    College Sporting News ran a four page feature in its "MIAC Profiles of Excellence" section on Hamline University student Emily Amici, who is a stand-out athlete and student, with a 3.89 GPA. 

    October 28, 2008
    KARE 11 News spoke to Hamline students who were at a rally near the university's Saint Paul campus for Al Franken. Hamline's Student College Democrats helped organize the rally.

    October 28, 2008
    Minnesota Public Radio interviewed Hamline students at an Al Franken rally near the university. Hamline's Student College Democrats helped organize the rally.

    October 28, 2008
    The Star Tribune ran a story on Athletic Hall of Fame inductees at Minnesota schools. Hamline University inducted six alumni into its Athletic Hall of Fame. 

    October Issue

    Minneapolis St. Paul Magazine interviewed Vice President of Marketing and Enrollment John Pyle for a story on satellite college campuses. Pyle spoke about Hamline University's new educational site in Minneapolis. 

    October 24, 2008
    Professor Joseph Peschek was interviewed by National Public Radio for a story about why McCain is focusing so much attention on Minnesota. 

    October 24, 2008
    The Daily Collegian ran a feature on K.P. Anderson, the head writer and executive producer for E! Network's popular show "The Soup." Anderson was a student at Hamline in the early 1990's and attributes his venture into the comedy arena to a Hamline University professor's suggestion that he try stand-up comedy. 

    October 23, 2008
    Sports Illustrated ran a feature story on Don Meyer, former Hamline basketball coach, who, as Northern State's coach now, is twelve wins from passing Bob Knight as the NCAA's winningest basketball coach. Meyer's future as a coach is uncertain, as he is currently recovering after a car accident. 

    October 21, 2008  The Associated Press reports that former St. Paul Mayor and former dean of the Hamline University School of Law, George Latimer, will serve as a member of the independent commission reviewing law enforcement planning and tactics surrounding the Republican National Convention. 

    October 19, 2008
    Minnesota Lawyer ran an article about Hamline University School of Law's report that addresses health-care conflict resolution. 

    October 17, 2008
    Professor David Schultz from the School of Business spoke to KARE 11 News about Senator McCain's strategies in the final weeks before the election. 

    October 16, 2008
    Professor Ed Butterfoss from the School of Law spoke to the Minnesota Daily about law surrounding voter's rights on Election Day. 

    October 15, 2008
    The League of Women Voters and Hamline University sponsored a debate between congressional candidates of the Fourth District, Democratic U.S. Rep. Betty McCollum and Republican challenger Ed Matthews. The Pioneer Press ran an article with highlights of the debate.

    October 13, 2008
    Don Lewis, dean of the School of Law, was quoted for a KSTP 5 News story on the Tom Petters case. 

    October 13, 2008
    The Star Tribune announced a debate for the Fourth District seat for Congress was to be held at Hamline University on Monday, October 13. 

    October 13, 2008
    A new poem of alumna Sandy Beach, who received her MFA through the Graduate School of Liberal Studies, was featured on mnartists.org. 

    October 12, 2008
    Alumnus of the Graduate School of Liberal Studies MFA program, Nathan Miller, has a new book out about his experience as a high school teacher. The Pioneer Press ran a feature story.

    October 10, 2008
    Law.com ran a feature on ten legal podcasts to keep you informed, including the Hamline University School of Law's "Conversations in Law" podcasts.  

    October 3, 2008
    Hamline University students spoke to KARE 11 News about their reactions to the vice presidential debate. 

    October 2, 2008
    The Forest Lake Times highlighted a recent college fair at Forest Lake High School with a photo of assistant director of admissions at Hamline University Michelle Garay assisting a student. 

    October 1, 2008
    The Minnesota Spokesman Recorder featured Mary K. Boyd, who was recently re-elected as a Hamline University Board of Trustee officer. 

    September 30, 2008
    Hamline University is among the Minnesota colleges and universities that have gone 'tray less' in their dining halls. The goal is to conserve water and reduce waste. The Star Tribune ran a feature story. 

    September 25, 2008
    Professor in the School of Business Jack Reardon was interviewed by WCCO 4 News for the "Good Question" segment on whether bailouts work. 

    September 23, 2008
    Professor Rosilyn Carroll, academic director of Hamline's Center for Excellence in Urban Teaching, a program within the School of Education, was interviewed for an Education Week article. The story focused on a covenant signed by the Minneapolis school board and the local African-American community, with the goal of healing fractured relations and improving schooling for black children. 

    September 22, 2008
    Dean of the School of Business Julian Schuster was interviewed by the Star Tribune for a story on why there is a growing demand for business programs. Hamline University launched its School of Business last April.

    September 21, 2008
    Mystery writer and professor Mary Logue, who teaches in the Graduate School of Liberal Studies' Master of Fine Arts in Writing for Children and Young Adults program, was featured by newsofthenorth.net. 

    September 2008
    At the the annual meeting of the Minnesota chapter of the US-China People’s Friendship Association, which was held at Hamline this year, Professor David Davies gave a lecture on globalization and culture, highlighting big businesses like Walmart that are now in China. His lecture was featured in a China Insight article.

    September 2008
    Latino Midwest, a regional newspaper, ran an article on Hamline and its rankings in U.S.News & World Report's Best Colleges issue. The article is titled, "Hamline A+, Did it Again!" 

    September 19, 2008
    Professor David Schultz was interviewed by KARE 11 News for a story on Minnesota's unemployment rate.

    September 12, 2008
    Professor David Schultz was interviewed by WCCO 4 News about Governor Sarah Palin's popularity.

    September 10, 2008
    Professor in the School of Business David Schultz spoke to the Star Tribune about whether political attack ads from DFL Senatorial Candidate Priscilla Lord Faris will hurt the DFL party in the race against Senator Norm Coleman. 

    September 9, 2008

    Hamline undergraduate students volunteered at Books for Africa, sorting and packaging hundreds of donated books that will be sent to Africa. KARE 11 News ran a feature story on the program. 

    September 7, 2008
    Professor David Schultz from the School of Business was interviewed for an Associated Press article on whether the RNC protests were effective. 

    September 7, 2008
    Professor David Schultz from the School of Business spoke to KARE 11 News about Governor Pawlenty not being selected as the republican vice presidential pick. 

    September 5, 2008
    Political Science Professor Joe Peschek was interviewed by the Star Tribune about why there has been such a huge deployment of police forces for the RNC and DNC. 

    September 5, 2008
    The Detroit News ran a feature story on Liza Ketchum, a children's book author and professor in the Graduate School of Liberal Studies' MFA in writing for children and young adults program. 

    September 4, 2008
    Professor in the School of Business David Schultz was interviewed by the National Post in Canada on what's ahead for the presidential candidates now that both conventions are just about over.

    September 4, 2008
    Professor in the School of Business David Schultz was interviewed by The National, a news source of United Arab Emirates about political strategies ahead for the presidential candidates.

    September 3, 2008

    Canada news source The Globe and Mail interviewed Professor David Schultz from the School of Business about Presidential Candidate John McCain's choice of running mate. 

    September 3, 2008Candadian newspaper the Edmonton Journal interviewed Professor David Schultz from the School of Business about Presidential Candidate John McCain's choice of running mate. 

    September 2, 2008
    The Star Tribune ran an article with a quick look at this year's MIAC football teams. Hamline is a member of the MIAC.

    September 1, 2008
    Professor David Schultz from the School of Business was interviewed by the Star Tribune on how he felt the presidential candidates were doing in terms of their response to Hurricane Gustav and the public's perception of that response. 

    August 31, 2008
    Professor David Schultz from the School of Business spoke to the Dallas Morning News for a story about the Twin Cities, as the Republican National Convention approaches.

    August 30, 2008
    New York's News Tribune ran an article about Rabbi Stacy, a former Hamline professor of Jewish ethics, who has been named the first female vice president of The Union for Reform Judaism, the largest synagogue movement in North America.  

    August 29, 2008
    Professor David Schultz from the School of Business spoke to Finance & Commerce about the bus shelter ads that are running during the Republican National Convention. 

    August 26, 2008
    Professor David Schultz from the School of Business spoke to KARE 11 News about whether Hillary Rodham Clinton's supporters will look to her to support Presidential Candidate Barack Obama. 

    August 22, 2008
    President Linda Hanson was interviewed by the Star Tribune for a story on the annual U.S. News rankings and what value students should place on them when considering a college or university. Hamline was again ranked first in Minnesota and ninth in the Midwest in its category of "Best Universities-Master's" with criteria compiled by U.S.News & World Report.

    August 22, 2008
    The Pioneer Press stated Hamline University was one of the top ten in its regional category of Best Universities-Master's in U.S News & World Report's 2009 rankings. 

    August 22, 2008
    Hamline University was mentioned in a Mankato Press story about this year's U.S.News & World Report rankings. 

    August 21, 2008
    A current Hamline law student is the founder of new nonprofit foundation called Help Me Hear, which is sponsoring a benefit concert to raise money for a cochlear hearing implant for Erikson and other deaf children living in poverty. The Star Tribune ran a feature on the event. 

    August 14, 2008

    Professor in the School of Business David Schultz was interviewed by the Star Tribune regarding legal restrictions for members of Congress attending the Republican National Convention. 

    August 8, 2008
    The Star Tribune reports Professor in the Graduate School of Liberal Studies Brian Malloy has a new book out. 

    August 7, 2008
    Professor Douglas McFarland was interviewed by the Associated Press for a story assessing Minnesota's political history as the Republican National Convention approaches. This story was picked by local and national papers all over the United States and in Canada. 

    August 6, 2008
    Professor in the School of Business David Schultz was interviewed by KARE 11 News regarding Presidential Candidate Barack Obama's fundraising efforts.  

    July 25, 2008
    The Star Tribune ran a feature on the Civic Education Project, a six-year long effort to bring educators and students from various regions in the Middle East together to learn about each other and to build relationships between Israelis, Palestinians, Jordanians, and Lebanese.  

    July 24, 2008
    Professor David Schultz in the School of Business spoke to KARE 11 News about Presidential Candidate John McCain's strategy in naming a vice presidential candidate. 

    July 22, 2008

    Professor David Schultz of the School of Business spoke with WCCO 4 News about how Al Franken, candidate for senate, should use humor in his campaign. 

    July 14, 2008
    The Star Tribune reports Hamline University is among the top schools sending volunteers to the Peace Corps in 2008. 

    July 14, 2008
    Professor David Schultz in the School of Business was interviewed by KARE 11 News about former governor, Jesse Ventura, possibly entering the senate race.

    July 13, 2008
    Professor David Schultz was interviewed by National Public Radio about former governor, Jesse Ventura possibly entering the senate race. 

    July 11, 2008
    TC Daily Planet ran a story on "Paint the Pavement," a neighborhood beautification effort started by a Leadership in Support of Neighborhoods (LISN) fellow. The fellowship is offered through a partnership between Hamline University and the Hamline Midway Coalition. 

    July 11, 2008
    Professor in the School of Law Robin Magee was interviewed by the Pioneer Press about a Wisconsin case involving a student and teacher relationship. 

    July 10, 2008
    Dean of the School of Business Julian Schuster was interviewed by WCCO 4 News about the falling U.S. dollar and what it would take to make it strong again. 

    July 10, 2008
    Professor in the School of Business David Schultz was interviewed by Bloomberg regarding the Reverend Jesse Jackson's remarks about Obama. 

    July 8, 2008
    MPR reports the piano e-competition is taking place at Hamline University. 

    July 8, 2008

    Professor of Law David Larson was interviewed by the Pioneer Press about workplace issues and the law. 

    July 3, 2008
    Professor in the School of Business David Schultz was interviewed by WCCO 4 News for a story on senate candidates and gas prices. 

    July 2, 2008
    President Linda Hanson was interviewed by Finance and Commerce regarding its new Minneapolis location. 

    July 1, 2008
    Professor in the School of Business David Schultz spoke to KARE 11 News regarding Senator Coleman's living arrangements and whether they violate any laws. 

    July 1, 2008
    Professor in the School of Business David Schultz was interviewed by KARE 11 News regarding campaign spending in the Minnesota senatorial race. 

    June 26, 2008
    Star Tribune reports a new crime lab is being built in Anoka County. Hamline University is a partner in the project, as its forensics science students will have a lab on site. 

    June 26, 2008
    Professor of Political Science Joe Peschek spoke to the Star Tribune about Senatorial Candidate Al Franken's obstacles. 

    June 25, 2008
    Professor in the School of Business David Schultz spoke to Minnesota Public Radio about campaign spending. 

    June 25, 2008
    Professor in the School of Business David Schultz commented to MinnPost.com on the presidential candidates weaknesses. 

    June 23, 2008
    MinnPost.com reports Nacel International School, which recently changed its name to St. Paul Preparatory School, is getting ready to move to Galtier Plaza in downtown St. Paul. The school, which has more than 130 students and 35 faculty and staff members was previously housed on the Hamline University campus. 

    June 22, 2008
    Star Tribune reports Nacel International School, which recently changed its name to St. Paul Preparatory School, is getting ready to move to Galtier Plaza in downtown St. Paul. The school, which has more than 130 students and 35 faculty and staff members was previously housed on the Hamline University campus. 

    June 21, 2008 
    Twin Cities Daily Planet ran a feature story on the Liberian Truth and Reconciliation hearings, the only to take place in the U.S. The hearings are being held at Hamline University. This story was picked up by dozens of national and some international news agencies, including Forbes, the guardian.co.uk, the Baltimore Sun, Washington Post, Newsday, Miami Herald, Seattle Times, and FOX national news. 

    June 20, 2008
    KARE 11 News ran a feature on electric cars. Hamline uses electric security and mail vehicles. 

    June 19, 2008
    Chronicle of Higher Education ran a story on a group of ten law professors, including departing dean of the Hamline University School of Law Jon Garon, who have filed a brief in support of Jammie Thomas, the first and only defendant to go to trial in a music-sharing case brought by the Recording Industry Association of America. 

    June 18, 2008
    Professor David Schultz from the School of Business was interviewed for an article in the TC Daily Planet about the Minneapolis-St. Paul 2008 Host Committee for the Republican National Convention, to take place in Saint Paul in September.  

    June 12, 2008
    The Minneapolis St. Paul Business Journal reports Nacel Open Door Inc. will no longer be at Hamline University. A quote from Nacel's director states that both Nacel and Hamline are growing and that it's time for Nacel to have its own space. 

    June 11, 2008
    The Pioneer Press ran a feature article on the Liberian Truth and Reconciliation hearings, which are taking place at Hamline University. 

    June 11, 2008
    The Star Tribune ran a sports brief on Bob Beeman's appointment as Hamline's athletic director. 

    June 10, 2008
    The Associated Press ran a feature story on the Liberian Truth and Reconciliation hearings, the only to take place in the U.S. The hearings are being held at Hamline University. This story was picked up by dozens of national and some international news agencies, including Forbes, the guardian.co.uk, the Baltimore Sun, Washington Post, Newsday, Miami Herald, Seattle Times, and FOX national news. 

    June 10, 2008
    WCCO-TV ran a feature story on the Liberian Truth and Reconciliation hearing, which are taking place at Hamline University. 

    June 9, 2008
    Liberian officials are conducting Truth and Reconciliation hearings with Liberians who fled their home country to the United States during the 27-year civil war in Liberia. AllAfrica.com reports this is the first time any nation has conducted such hearings outside of the country where the atrocities occurred. The Advocates for Human Rights, which is based in Minnesota, is helping to coordinate and implement the hearings, which are taking place at Hamline.

    June 9, 2008
    Minnesota Public Radio ran a feature on the Liberian Truth and Reconciliation Commission, which is holding hearings to listen to testimony from Liberians in diaspora in the United States. Hamline University is the site for the hearings. 

    June 8, 2008
    The Star Tribune interviewed Professor in the School of Business David Schultz for a story about the history of strength in the Office of the U.S. Vice President. 

    June 4, 2008
    KAAL-TV and KSAX-TV report that the University of Minnesota now offers an online course for parents to educate them about student drinking. Georgia Tech, North Carolina State, and Hamline University are all working with the university to build courses specific to their campuses. 

    May 27, 2008
    The Star Tribune ran a news brief on the crime lab to be built in Anoka County. With the facility comes a new partnership between county public safety officials and Hamline University, which will provide instruction for students interested in forensic science. 

    May 26, 2008
    The Star Tribune interviewed Professor in the School of Business David Schultz about leadership PACs and how those funds can be used. 

    May 25, 2008
    In the Star Tribune's monthly Global Executive column, Hamline and its plan for future growth were mentioned in an article on what it will take for Minnesota to remain a "knowledge leader" in the years to come. 

    May 23, 2008
    CLA graduate Domonique Edwards was featured by WCCO 4 News as an outstanding graduate of 2008. Domonique majored in international management, legal studies, and social justice at Hamline. 

    May 20, 2008

    The Pioneer Press reports that student athlete Andrew Bennett has signed with the Saint Paul Saints baseball team. 

    May 19, 2008
    Frank Hernandez, director of the Center for Excellence in Urban Teaching, was interviewed by the Star Tribune for an article on equipping teachers to work with students from various backgrounds.

    May 17, 2008
    Professor in the School of Business David Schultz was interviewed by the Star Tribune regarding State Senator Satveer Chaudhary, who, according to the article, produces and hosts an outdoor-sports cable show and has cut sponsorship deals with a corporation and a union that have stakes in bills he pushed in the Legislature. 

    May 16, 2008

    The Pioneer Press ran a brief mention of commencement ceremonies in Minnesota, including Hamline's and on the number of graduates from private universities, public universities, and state schools. 

    May 15, 2008
    The Star Tribune ran a feature on student athlete Brandon Gleason, who made an amazing comeback after a debilitating auto accident that crushed one of his legs. Last weekend he won the MIAC Men's Outdoor Championship in the 1500 meter run and is considered one of the nation's top division III distance runners. 

    May 14, 2008
    The Star Tribune ran a story on St. Paul Public Schools new Teaching Fellows program. Hamline is the partner educational institute for the program.  

    May 12, 2008
    The Star Tribune ran a news brief in the business section on Hamline's new West Metro location. 

    May 10, 2008
    The Twin Cities Daily Planet ran a feature story on Nobel Peace Prize Winner Dr. Shirin Ebadi's presentation at Hamline University last month. 

    May 10, 2008
    The Pioneer Press ran a feature on three Hamline University School of Law alums who have operate a law firm in Maplewood that focuses on helping veterans and their families at virtually every stage of life. 

    May 10, 2008
    The Star Tribune ran an 'editorial short' on the new West Metro location. 

    May 8, 2008
    The Pioneer Press ran a list of 45 different building or expansion projects taking place in Saint Paul. Hamline's campus plan for expansion and growth is one of them (listed as number 26). 

    May 2, 2008
    Law professor Marie Failinger was interview for a Pioneer Press story on a road rage case. 

    May 2, 2008
    The Minneapolis St. Paul Business Journal ran a feature story on Hamline's new West Metro location. 

    April 30, 2008

    Professor David Schultz from the School of Business was interviewed by Minnpost.com about whether race will play a role in the presidential election if Barack Obama is the democratic nominee. 

    April 27, 2008
    Dean of the School of Business Julian Schuster was interviewed by the Minnesota Daily on an article about the launch of the School of Business. 

    April 27, 2008
    Vice Presidents Doug Anderson and Dan Loritz, Director of Facility Operations Ken Dehkes, Dean of the School of Education Candace Burns, Assistant Dean of Students Patti Klein, and CLA student Amanda Dutcher were interviewed by the Pioneer Press for a story on Hamline's 5 and 20-year campus plans. 

    April 24, 2008
    Dean of the School of Business Julian Schuster and Hamline Alumnus and Executive Director of the Minnesota Early Learning Foundation Duane Benson were interviewed by Finance and Commerce for a story on the launch of the new School of Business. 

    April 23, 2008
    FOX9-TV and KARE 11 News ran segments on Hamline's new School of Business.

    April 23, 2008
    The Minneapolis-St. Paul Business Journal ran an article on Hamline's new School of Business. 

    April 23, 2008
    President Linda Hanson and Dean of the School of Business Julian Schuster were interviewed for a Minnesota Public Radio report regarding the launch of the School of Business. 

    April 23, 2008
    President Linda Hanson was interviewed by the Pioneer Press for an article on the new School of Business. 

    April 14, 2008
    Professor of Law Peter Thompson was interviewed by the Minnesota Daily regarding the Dominic Jones trial, the verdict, and the evidence allowed in the trial. 

    April 12, 2008
    The West Central Tribune ran a feature about teachers at an elementary school in Willmar who are using a book about teaching Somali students (written by two Hamline graduate students) to educate their classes about the Somali culture and language. 

    April 7, 2008
    Professor in the Physics Department Andy Rundquist was on the KARE11-TV Sunrise morning show to offer a demonstration of how little ice cream beads are made through a process with nitroglycerin.

    April 4, 2008
    Minnesota Lawyer ran a lengthy feature on the new School of Law dean, Donald Lewis. 

    April 2, 2008
    MinnPost.com ran a profile on a Hamline student who is running for Congress.

    April 1, 2008
    Professor in the School of Business David Schultz was interviewed by WCCO 4 News on whether a poor economy was based on the community members' state of mind. 

    March 31, 2008
    The Star Tribune ran a story announcing Hamline's new School of Law dean, Donald Lewis.

    March 31, 2008
    The Pioneer Press ran a story announcing Donald Lewis is the new School of Law dean.

    March 31, 2008
    The Minneapolis-St. Paul Business Journal ran an article announcing Hamline's new School of Law dean, Donald Lewis. 

    March 31, 2008
    The Star Tribune featured a former participant in the School of Education's ESL program--a person who has left the business world and become a teacher. 

    March 29, 2008

    Professor David Schultz from the School of Business was interviewed by the Twin Cities Daily Planet about the rights of protestors who may protest the Republican National Convention when it comes to town.

    March 30, 2008
    Professor in the School of Law Joseph Daly was interviewed for a Star Tribune article about the Dominic Jones trial. 

    March 28, 2008
    The Pioneer Press ran an article on this year's rankings for law schools in U.S.News & World Report. The Hamline University School of Law rose to the third tier in the rankings. Dean Jon Garon was interviewed for the story.

    March 28, 2008
    The Star Tribune ran a feature on the School of Law, which rose in the influential U.S. News & World Report rankings. 

    March 26, 2008
    Professor in the School of Business David Schultz was interviewed by the Minnesota Daily about a law suit filed against the City of Saint Paul regarding a permit to protest near the Republican National Convention. 

    March 24, 2008
    KARE 11 News ran a feature story on Piper athlete Brandon Gleason who has made a miraculous recovery after a serious accident last year. He fought his way back, competing on the national level this season.

    March 24, 2008
    The Star Tribune ran a feature on Hennepin County District Judge Allen Oleisky, who is retiring after 36 years as a judge. He has also taught at the Hamline University School of Law throughout much of his career. 

    March 20, 2008
    Education Week ran a story on a group of Hamline students who are mentoring 7th and 8th grade students in New Orleans. 

    March 17, 2008

    The Star Tribune attended a spring break safety session put on by Health Services Director Barb Bester. She and a student were interviewed for the article. 

    March 16, 2008

    Associate Vice President for Admissions Steve Bjork was interviewed by the Pioneer Press regarding state test scores.

    March 14, 2008
    Pioneer Press columnist Bob Sansevere ran a feature on student athlete Brandon Gleason, who has made a miraculous comeback after a debilitating accident. 

    March 14, 2008
    Rochester Post-Bulletin also ran a feature on student athlete Brandon Gleason. 

    March 12, 2008
    Hamline University baseball coach Jason Verdugo was interviewed by MinnPost.com regarding the Pipers' use of the Dome for baseball games.

    March 11, 2008
    Professor in the School of Business David Schultz was interviewed by KARE 11 News regarding Republican congressional candidate Barb Davis White.

    March 5, 2008
    Professor of political science Joe Peschek was interviewed for the Star Tribune regarding Governor Pawlenty's support of E20, an ethanol-based fuel. 

    March 4, 2008
    College of Liberal Arts graduate and current MinnPost.com journalist Brian Voerding wrote a personal story in tribute to Professor Charles LaBounty, who recently passed away. 

    March 1, 2008Professor in the School of Business David Schultz spoke to the Star Tribune about campaigns and special interest group contributions. 

    February 1, 2008
    Carol Anway, a Hamline alum and math/physics major, is on the cover of the current Boeing Frontiers Magazine. She is a physicist doing research regarding lighting strikes on aircraft. 

    February 23, 2008
    Professor of political science Joe Peschek spoke to the Star Tribune about environmental issues and the role they may play in Governor Pawlenty's vice presidential aspirations.

    February 22, 2008 
    Professor in the School of Business David Schultz spoke to the Star Tribune about Mike Ciresi's personal financial investments in his own campaign. 

    February 19, 2008

    Professor in the School of Business David Schultz wrote an op-ed for Minnpost.com regarding political caucuses. 

    February 14, 2008
    CLA student and hockey player Dustin Fulton was featured by KARE 11 News  for his outstanding achievements as a student and an athlete. 

    February 11, 2008
    Haaretz, an Israeli newspaper, ran an article 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 for the story.

    February 8, 2008
    Professor in the School of Business David Schultz was interviewed by KARE 11 after Mitt Romney dropped out of the presidential race. 

    February 7, 2008
    Professor in the School of Business David Schultz spoke to KARE 11 News about Governor Pawlenty's chances to become presidential candidate John McCain's running mate. 

    February 5, 2008
    FOX Business News ran an article on the new JD/MBA joint degree offering by the School of Law and the School of Business. 

    February 4, 2008
    Assistant Dean of Students and Director of the Multicultural and International Student Association Carlos Sneed spoke to MinnPost.com about why offering educational opportunities for students during Black History Month is important.

    February 1, 2008

    Former Star Tribune nonprofit reporter Bob Franklin wrote a lengthy opinion piece for the Star Tribune on 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. 

    February 1, 2008
    Professor David Schultz from the School of Business commented to Channel4000 that John McCain will likely make a strong showing in the Minnesota caucus, due in part to Governor Pawlenty's support of him. 

    February 1, 2008

    Professor David Schultz from the School of Business spoke to the Star Tribune about Mike Ciresi's campaign. 

    February 1, 2008
    Carol Anway, a Hamline alum and math/physics major, is on the cover of the current Boeing Frontiers Magazine. She is a physicist doing research regarding lighting strikes on aircraft. 

    January 29, 2008
    Professor in the School of Business David Schultz spoke to WCCO-TV about the State of the Union address by President Bush. 

    January 27, 2008

    Dean of the School of Law Jon Garon was interviewed by the Duluth Tribune for a story involving intellectual property law. 

    January 25, 2008
    Recent College of Liberal Arts graduate and current Americorps volunteer Katie Auge was interviewed by the Red Wing Republican Eagle regarding her work training teachers, parents, and daycare providers in how to work on literacy skills with young children. While at Hamline, Auge studies sociology and elementary education.  

    January 24, 2008

    Professor of political science in the College of Liberal Arts Joseph Peschek was interviewed by the Star Tribune for an article on why many local politicians have not endorsed a presidential candidate. 

    January 24, 2008

    The Women's Press ran a feature on Earn More, Move Up, a book about gender pay gaps written by College of Liberal Arts professor of economics Jenny Keil.

    January 22, 2008
    Dean of the School of Business Julian Schuster was interviewed for an article on MBA's in the Twin Cities. He told the Star Tribune that Hamline has doubled its expectations in terms of applicants for the school's new MBA program. 

    January 22, 2008
    NationalPost.com wrote a feature on the new JD/MFA offered at Hamline. 

    January 19, 2008

    Professor in the School of Business David Schultz was interviewed by the Star Tribune for an article on who is financing Minnesota's senate races. 

    January 18, 2008
    Dean Mary Rockcastle of the Graduate School of Liberal Studies and Dean Jon Garon of the School of Law were interviewed by Inside Higher Ed for an article on the new JD/MFA offered at Hamline.

    January 10, 2008

    Professor in the School of Business David Schultz commented to the Pioneer Press on why we are seeing such a blitz of senate seat political ads in Minnesota. This story was picked up by the Associated Press and ran throughout the state on various news sites. 

    January 7, 2008

    Professor in the School of Business David Schultz spoke to the Star Tribune about photo ID requirements and elections. 

    January 3, 2008
    The Star Tribune highlights the "Big Gigs" coming up in the arts and entertainment area. Sundin Music Hall will host a renowned classical music ensemble.