Lindsay Conrad, a former cross country and track athlete, graduated from Hamline University in 2004 with a major in sociology, and embarked on a career in advertising. As an athlete, she found that yoga was a great way to stay fit and injury free for long distance running. With a strong background in running and yoga practice, Lindsay changed directions deciding to pursue what has been her lifelong passion of fitness.
When deciding where to attend college, Howie Anderson ’70 followed his heart and based part of his decision on the fact that his high school sweetheart was attending Concordia University, St. Paul. They were married forty-five years ago while in college and paid for it using the stipend that went with winning the Allan T. Bluhm Outstanding Junior Award.
At Hamline, Howie felt that the personal interest his professors and mentors paid him made his experience as a first-generation student remarkable.
Since February 2012, alum Sean Pratt JD ’11 has served as foreign counsel in the Shanghai branch of the Global Law Office. He was admitted to practice in New York in 2011 and Minnesota in 2012. In addition to speaking, reading, and writing Mandarin Chinese, Sean has a master’s degree in Chinese language and literature from the University of Minnesota and did research in Tianjin, China, during 2000-2001.