UST in the news

Here’s a roundup of recent stories of interest that mention St. Thomas.

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  • “College women’s hockey,” St. Paul Pioneer Press, Jan. 16, 2005. “Maureen Hardwick had two goals and an assist, and goalie Katie Jetland stopped 18 shots for the shutout as St. Thomas beat Concordia (Moorhead) 6-0 in Mendota Heights. The No. 8-ranked Tommies (10-2-1 , 7-0-1 MIAC) posted their sixth shutout of the season and outshot the Cobbers (3-11, 2-6) by 42-18.” http://www.twincities.com/mld/twincities/sports/10659743.htm
  • See also: “Campbell: ‘There is much to discover’ about Columbus,” The Catholic Spirit, Jan. 20, 2005. “He said in the interview that he wants to foster vocations. From his experience as rector of St. Paul Seminary at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, he believes the U.S. bishops’ ‘Sunday Celebrations in the Absence of a Priest’ is a temporary measure. ….” http://www.thecatholicspirit.com/archives.php?article=3383
  • “Audit rules assailed at tech conference,” St. Paul Pioneer Press, Jan. 15, 2005. “‘What Sarbanes Oxley is pushing toward now is more honesty toward the process of financial reporting,’ said Ken Goodpaster, professor of business ethics at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul. ‘The intention to me seems to be very reasonable, but the implementation can be very costly.’” http://www.twincities.com/mld/twincities/business/10650057.htm
  • “Dispute could benefit Thunder players,” St. Paul Pioneer Press, Jan. 15, 2005. “While the NHL’s Wild remain locked out, Minnesota Thunder players could make the U.S. national team in next month’s World Cup qualifier if the players union and U.S. Soccer Federation are unable to end an ugly impasse by Feb. 1. … [Thunder’s manager Jim] Froslid gave [national team coach Bruce] Arena a list of six Thunder players: Amos Magee, Dustin Branan, Joe Warren, Jeff Matteo, Jay Alberts and Marco Ferruzzi. Warren, a former University of St. Thomas standout, is the top goalkeeper on Arena’s list, Froslid said. St. Paul ‘s Magee and Lakeville’s Branan also rank high on Arena’s list of potential replacement players, Froslid said.” http://www.twincities.com/mld/twincities/sports/10650395.htm