Recent News from Campuses

Campus Lockdown in Effect -- Outdated

Concordia University Campus News - Tue, 08/05/2014 - 8:44pm

Campus Lockdown has been lifted. This announcement is for historic and informational purposes only.

Around 11pm on August 5th a shooting occured on Marshall Ave in the vicinity of the Arts Center building. There are two victims being treated at the hospital. The Saint Paul Police Department was on the scene immediately.  Campus Security responded to the situation and the St. Paul Police Department are involved and on campus looking for a suspect. It is believed that the suspect is known by the victims.

At this point, Security is asking for a lockdown of campus until further notice. Please do not leave the building without first checking in with Security at the Holst Hall Front Desk. There are a number of police responding to the situation and the investigation will probably continue through the evening.

The campus portal will be updated with information as it becomes available.

On campus residents are encouraged to remain in the residence halls. If you are currently off campus, please stay off campus if you are able until further information is provided.

If you notice any suspicious activity, please call 911.

MLIS students bring Book Treats to Carondelet Village

St. Kate's Campus News - Tue, 08/05/2014 - 2:29pm
Nearly 40 Carondelet residents gathered for reading recommendations from MLIS students. More »

Two great reasons for alumni to come back to campus in September

Saint Mary's University Campus News - Tue, 08/05/2014 - 8:00am
Cardinal ‘M’ Club Weekend The Cardinal ‘M’ Club is looking forward to celebrating an exciting 2013-2014 athletic season at its annual Cardinal ‘M’ Club Weekend on Sept. 12-14 — the same weekend as Young Alumni Weekend. Friday night’s Hall of Fame Awards Ceremony will kick off the weekend’s events. The Cardinal ‘M’ Club, along with [&hellip

Miller chosen for competitive fellowship

Saint Mary's University Campus News - Mon, 08/04/2014 - 8:00am
Katie Miller ’15 had never heard of hairy cell leukemia before this summer. But after several weeks working at Gundersen Medical Foundation’s Kabara Cancer Research Institute in La Crosse, Wis., Miller is not only familiar with the rare form of cancer, she is hoping her research will help to create a new therapeutic target for [&hellip

News from Nairobi

Saint Mary's University Campus News - Mon, 08/04/2014 - 7:59am
For the first time in the history of Christ the Teacher Institute for Education, two separate graduation ceremonies were held in recent months. On May 3, the first took place in the traditional time. On that occasion, 32 students received their diplomas or degrees from Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota. Because of changing requirements for [&hellip
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