Author: University of Mary

Volunteers and Students Here and Around the World Make Fourth Annual Day of Service the Best Ever

BISMARCK, ND — It’s amazing what hundreds of helping hands can do in a day’s time. The number of tasks that have been tackled by the University of Mary Day of Service volunteers since it began three years ago are staggering and run the gamut: shoveling tons of debris at an empty school in Mandan; database entry at a grade school, installing fence at a national park; zoo cleanup; apple picking for a world apple bobbing record; tree wrapping to protect from winter critters; cleaned ditches from campus to the capitol; ecumenical cleanup at Trinity Lutheran and prepared meals for...

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University of Mary in Bismarck Announces Summer Dean’s List

Area residents are among 66 students named to the summer semester Dean’s List at the University of Mary, in Bismarck. This number includes students in Mary’s undergraduate program and in adult education (Worldwide). To qualify for the honor, traditional undergraduate students must earn a 3.50 or better grade point average while carrying at least 12 credit hours. Students enrolled in University of Mary’s Worldwide program must earn a 3.50 or better grade point average while at a full-time adult learner status. About the University of Mary As a Christian, Catholic, Benedictine institution, the University of Mary offers education for...

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University of Mary Welcomes One of America’s Most Powerful Pro-Life Advocates

Public invited to free Prayer Day event Wednesday, November 15 BISMARCK, ND — To characterize Jeanne Mancini as the leader of the “pro-life generation” wouldn’t be overstating the influence she has on those million’s of young adults—ages 15 to 29—who have become the champions and the voices for the unborn and all who cherish the sanctity of life. She’d be the first to proudly say, however, that it’s each one of them, who has become the face of the movement over the years since she became president of the March for Life Education and Defense Fund in 2012—the small national...

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University of Mary Approves Ice Hockey for 2018

BISMARCK, ND – The University of Mary agreed this week to pursue men’s hockey and will now wait for approval from the American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA) in order to participate in their hockey program starting a year from now during the fall 2018 season. University of Mary Athletic Director Dale Lennon made the announcement today at the Marauders’ monthly booster luncheon. “Hockey is one of the most popular sports in North Dakota and throughout the region and will fit perfectly on our campus,” said Lennon. “Our state has teams at a variety of levels and the addition of...

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Lutheran Scholar Speaks at University of Mary’s Convocation Series on 500th Anniversary of Reformation

BISMARCK, ND — Internationally acclaimed Lutheran theologian Sarah Hinlicky Wilson is the guest speaker at two upcoming University of Mary events marking the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. Wilson will speak on “Hidden Dimensions of Ecumenical Encounter” in the University’s Grounds for Belief series, Thursday, Sept. 14, 2017, 8:00 p.m., in Butler Hall, Gary Tharaldson School of Business. She will also deliver a Convocation address on “Remaking the World with Law and Gospel” Friday, Sept. 15, 10:00 a.m., in Butler Hall. Raised in New York, Wilson studied at Princeton Theological Seminary and has served as professor of the Institute...

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