UST in the News for Nov. 6, 2013 St. Thomas Newsroom November 6, 2013 “Could Pope Francis make women cardinals? A pipe dream, and an opening,” National Catholic Reporter, Oct. 18. Theology professor Massimo Faggioli is quoted. “Impact players join ‘Hall of Fame,’” Finance and Commerce, Oct. 25. Opus College of Business’ Shenehon Center For Real Estate’s Hall of Fame is featured. “Ask the consultant: Hiring outside the U.S.,” Star Tribune, Oct. 27. Opus College of Business professor David Vang is quoted. “New Home Construction Surge Continues in Twin Cities,” KSTP, Oct. 28. A monthly report by the Shenehon Center for Real Estate is cited. “$340M in Mpls. Development Projects Hinge on Economic Growth,” KSTP, Oct. 29. Opus College of Business professor David Vang is quoted. “Average Family Looks To Spend $1,000 This Holiday, Survey Says,” WCCO, Oct. 30. Opus College of Business professor Dave Brennan is quoted. “Living with ALS: Contemplating the right kind of ‘Endgame,’” MPR, Nov. 1. Former College of Education, Leadership and Counseling dean Bruce Kramer is featured. “Retailers Turn their Attention to the Holiday Season,” KSTP, Oct. 31. Opus College of Business professor Dave Brennan is quoted. “Good Question ‘Reply All’: The Deer Opener, Stretching & Streets,” WCCO, Nov. 1. Health and Human Performance professor Paul Mellick is quoted. “18 Council Hmong Wedding Guide has its place,” Asian American Press, Nov. 2. Commentary by School of Social Work professor Pa Der Vang. “Ask the Consultant: Finding venture capital funding,” Star Tribune, Nov. 3. Opus College of Business professor Michael Moore is quoted.