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1966 MIAC Champions Honored Fifty Years Later
Not many people would have predicted success for the 1966 Hamline football team. Yet hard work, teamwork, and great leadership led to an unforgettable season. Members of the 1966 team returned to campus on October 8 to reconnect and reminisce about the wonderful memories they share from 50 autumns ago when they won the MIAC Championship. See more photos here.
Five Chosen for Loft's Mentor Series

The Loft Mentor Series in Poetry and Creative Prose offers twelve emerging Minnesota writers the opportunity to work intensively with six nationally acclaimed writers of prose and poetry. Congratulations go out to the twelve writers selected this year, including Stephanie Chrismon, MFA '14, Lorissa Gottschalk, MFA '09, Erin Sharkey, MFA '15, Anthony Ceballos, BFA '15, Trisha Collopy, current MFA. Read more

Seven time Hamline letter winner, Hamline Hall of Fame member, and long-time high school teacher and coach, Pinky Boyd ’43 recently reflected on his time coaching youth. His tenure included roles in track and field, football, and boys and girls basketball. Pinky still maintains involvement with youth sports in the Pequot Lakes area. Read more.

Alumni Spotlight

Luke Birtzer ’15

Right after his commencement ceremony, Luke Birtzer ’15 went to the recording studio to continue working on a new project for his band, The Sawtooth Brothers. Since that time he has devoted his energy into finishing the recording, designing, red tape, promotion, and release of their debut original album. He also put his Digital Media Arts skills to work in designing a new band website from scratch, and keeping up with poster production, and social media management. All that hasn't stopped him from also starting a health and wellness business with his family, maintaining its website and blog, performing at many metro area gigs, and climbing some mountains now and then. Read more.

Amber Eisenschenk JD '12 MPA '15

Amber Eisenschenk graduated from Hamline University School of Law in 2012 and returned to complete a Master’s in Public Administration in 2015. She has always had an interest in government and got her first experience interning for former United States Congressman Jim Ramstad and then worked as an elections clerk for Anoka County. Amber has worked for the League of Minnesota Cities since law school, first as a law clerk and now as a research staff attorney. She lives with her husband Joe in Coon Rapids where Joe is a member of the Coon Rapids Fire Department. They have a two-year-old daughter and just welcomed a son this summer. Read more.

Patrick Keithahn ’92
Patrick Keithahn graduated from Hamline in 1992 with majors in English and sociology. His experiences editing The Oracle, working through writing intensive courses, and gaining skills through an internship helped him start a career in editing. He is now following a passion that he has worked at since age 12, fiction writing. Reviews of his first novel, Ring of Ages, are excellent and he is currently working on two more novels. Read more.

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