Author: University of Mary

University of Mary Regarded as North Dakota’s Top Choice for Setting its ‘students up for the best success after graduation’

National Research Group, Zippia, Ranks Mary 14thin U.S.’s “ best in preparing students for jobs”  BISMARCK, ND—The accolades continue to pile up for the University of Mary, the state’s only private, Catholic institution for higher learning. When it comes to best preparing its students and ultimately its graduates for the workforce, nobody does it better in North Dakota than the University of Mary, according to the national experts at Zippia. Zippia, the online organization that helps recent graduates find the best jobs for their skills, released a map and a ranking of the best college for employment in the...

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University of Mary Invites Community to Marauders Fest— An Athletic Fundraising Event June 21-23

    A major fundraising event for athletic scholarships at the University of Mary, the inaugural Marauders Fest extravaganza opens with a banquet and auction featuring NFL coach Gus Bradley and includes events for alumni, fans and community members of all ages on June 21-23 throughout the Bismarck-Mandan community. Festivities begin June 21 with an evening banquet and auction featuring Bradley, Defensive Coordinator for the Los Angeles Chargers of the NFL. Activities will continue throughout the weekend, with a Golf Tournament on Friday, a Poker Run on Saturday, and much more. Events are scheduled throughout the Bismarck-Mandan community and...

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Provocative New York Times Columnist and Author to Speak at University of Mary

Public invited to Ross Douthat’s “Three Religions of America’” presentation Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., in Butler Auditorium on Campus   BISMARCK, ND—While national journalists spend most of their time covering the breaking news and writing about topics impacting their readers, it’s rare that they are the ones “making” news for pieces they craft. Ross Douthat, columnist for the New York Times,is an exception to the rule. Other journalists who either strongly agree or strongly disagree with him often quote the op-ed writer for his opinions and editorial writings. From political columns and books to opinion pages and editorials, Douthat, usually...

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Warriors’ Last Stand

Little Bighorn Survivors & the Miller Collection Jerry Anderson, Art Director, University of Mary Patrick J. McCloskey, Author, Editor-in-Chief, 360 Review The Battle of the Little Bighorn has fascinated historians, military strategists, writers and readers since the afternoon of June 25, 1876 in southern Montana, when Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer and his men died. Decades later, David Humphreys Miller was growing up in a family of artists in small-town Ohio. He discovered that Custer also grew up in Ohio and became intrigued by the general’s mystique. Miller read everything he could find about Custer’s Last Stand. At 16...

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Lamers Clocks Second Fastest Time in 110 Hurdles at NCAA Indoor Track Championships

CHARLOTTE, NC – Headlined by a national runner-up finish by Josh Lamers, five members of the University of Mary track & field teams earned All-American honors on the final day of the 2018 NCAA Division II Outdoor Track & Field championships. The Marauders women’s 4×400 meter relay team joined Lamers in earning All-American status. Seeded tenth entering the weekend, Lamers posted the third-best mark in the preliminaries of the 110 meter hurdles on Friday. In the finals the junior exploded to break his own school record with a time of 13.85 seconds and post the best individual finish ever...

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