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Latest Headlines

Pizza Party at Hamline Church United Methodist
Hamline Church United Methodist has built an outdoor oven that is a benefit to the entire community. With the help of Hamline football players, neighbors, and community members the oven was built over the past months. Fun fact: the oven cooks pizzas in 90 seconds when it's roaring at nearly 1000 degrees. They're hosting special events this summer. Read more.
Insights on Discussing Trauma and Violence
After a week with tragic shootings across the country, President Fayneese Miller and faculty members gave expert insights about how to better understand and heal from violence. With degrees in psychology and work in applied social psychology, President Miller provided insights and personal experiences on WCCO TV about how to best talk to children about racial inequality. Watch now.
Dr. Scott White ’09 is HCMC Chief Resident
Hamline’s pre-medical program helped Dr. Scott White achieve his dream of becoming a medical doctor. White is currently a chief resident in emergency medicine at Hennepin County Medical Center (HCMC) in downtown Minneapolis. HCMC is a premier level one adult and pediatric trauma center, which boasts many nationally recognized programs and specialties. Read more.

Alumni Spotlight

Patrick Hueller ’07
Patrick Hueller ’07 majored in English at Hamline has an MFA from the University of Minnesota. He is a writing instructor and academic specialist at Hamline. Through various pen names, he has written several YA and MG novels. "Foul", a sports-horror story written under the name Paul Hoblin, was described by Booklist as “the strongest entry yet in the Night Fall collection” and “unbearably tense.” The Beast (also as Paul Hoblin) was a School Library Journal selection. His most recent titles include Wolf High and The Wish (as P.W. Hueller), both of which made SLJ’s list of “Accessible Reads for Struggling Reluctant Readers.” His work is included in several anthologies, including Fright Before Christmas and Love and Profanity: A Collection of True, Tortured, Wild, Hilarious, Concise and Intense Tales of Teenage Life. His next book is for middle schoolers and is called Stu Stories: The Amazing Adventures of Dirt Clod and His Sidekick Bird BonesRead more.
 Stacy L. Schaffer MPA '11

Stacy L. Schaffer is the Founder of 31:8 Project (a non-profit that educates others on the topic of human trafficking) and Development Officer for the North Dakota Humanities Council. She graduated with a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from Hamline University in St. Paul, MN. Before attending Hamline, she received her Bachelor’s Degree in Social Behavioral Sciences from the University of Mary in Bismarck, ND.  Stacy has dedicated much of her time towards advocating for human rights. In 2011, she was crowned Miss North Dakota International and represented a platform on combating human trafficking. She currently serves as a board member for the North Dakota Human Rights Coalition and Farwest Rotary Club – Bismarck. She continues to work with organizations including the North Dakota Bismarck-Mandan Young Professionals Network, North Dakota Attorney General’s Human Trafficking Commission, Not For Sale Campaign, and Soles4Souls. Stacy  resides in Bismarck, ND and credits her motivation, work ethic, and determination from growing up on a farm near the small town of Wishek, ND. Read more.

Jake Spano '91
 After graduating from Hamline with an art major, Jake worked as a sculptor, bronze foundry worker, and custom metal fabricator for several years before moving into managing some of the places he was working in.  About 10 years ago he quit his job, went to graduate school, and switched careers, moving into public policy/service. Since then, Jake has had an opportunity to serve on the staffs of U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar, Saint Paul Mayor Chris Coleman, and now as Deputy Secretary of State/Chief of Staff for Steve Simon, Minnesota's Secretary of State.  In addition, Jake just started his term as mayor of St. Louis Park after four years on the city council. Jake says, “It's definitely the busiest time of my life, but in a good way.” Read more.

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Hamline: The Magazine of Hamline University

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