Bob Olson '65 shares the a tragedy as a child to his life-long ministry with Hospitality House and prison ministries.
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As a Korean adoptee raised in a German-Norwegian household, Erick Hormann often felt like he didn't fit in...anywhere. But during college he discovered the place his unique makeup could be part of bringing something good to his campus ministry.
How can venture capitalism become a tool for social justice? After founding her own company and then crossing the table to sit as a venture capitalist, Tessa Flippin '05 has some ideas.
Is it possible that a handful of college students could impact access to preschools in Saint Paul or land tenure among Minnesota Ojibwe through a mapping course? Absolutely, says geography Professor Laura Smith '90, and she leads the classes that do this work.
How can working for the State of Minnesota as a research scientist be an act of service? For David Jones '82, it's all about perspective.
How does a humble special education teacher become a pioneer, bringing early childhood education to schools across six Southeast Asian countries? One step at a time.
Sam Peterson's '93 drive to offer a sustainable but unique and accessible dining experience led to a Minneapolis staple: Kyatchi.
Bryn Knatterud shares why spiritual accountability can be good for business.
I wanted to serve in some capacity to shift the paradigm around how we think about health care; to stop being so reactive and to put more emphasis on how we can be proactive, says Christa Rymal '92, when explaining why she launched The Point Retreats.
Missed those reunion photos from Homecoming '22? You can find them here!
How becoming a volunteer firefighter intersected with one Cornell College student's engineering studies.
Alton Olson '53 unlikely path of becoming a missionary doctor in India.
Deb Kellogg's journey of German being a struggle in High School, to teaching German for 25 years, then becoming a tenured professor and leading the German program at Normandale college for 22 years.
J. Nabs Carlson did not think of himself as an entrepreneur, but as a designer. One flight, while seated in the 23rd row, changed that forever.
Have you ever wondered what job Ms. Ringling wouldn't be good at? Or what advice she would give her younger self? Check out this Q&A to learn more about kindergarten teacher Nancy Ringling, who has loved students at Minnehaha Academy for more than 30 years!
How a producer at CBS found her space in media by sharing the stories she most wanted to hear.
Caroline Cochran '84 started out in economics because it was the practical choice. An unexpected revelation led to nearly two decades in organizational psychology and ultimately a career as a leadership coach.
From up and coming advertiser for major world brands to starting from scratch in Armenia, Matt Bartelsian knows a thing or two about taking big leaps.
Dave Anderson '64 shares his life career of working with Boeing, where he served all over the world, as well as his non-profit work since retirement.
Judy (Bixby) Hagstrom shares her inspiration for and history of her lifetime career as an artist.