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Registration is Open for Alumni Weekend 2016
Registration for Alumni Weekend is now open! The whole Hamline Family is invited back to campus for a celebration not only of the entire Hamline alumni community, but our friends, family, and neighbors too. Take in a tour, watch a game, explore The Fall Fest – and of course, raise a glass at The Big Bash while enjoying great food and listening to Hamline bands in the Anderson Center. More info.
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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.
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.

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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.
Kris Jensen '07 MNM  '12
Kris Jensen earned both of her degrees from Hamline University, a BA in Women’s Studies in 2007 and a MA in Nonprofit Management in 2012. After a three and half year stint working in Washington D.C., Kris recently returned to the Twin Cities and is now proud to serve as the Basic Needs Program Manager at Keystone Community Services. In this role, she supervises four emergency food shelves and a crisis assistance program. Prior to Keystone Community Services, Kris served as the Volunteer and In-Kind Manager at Bread for the City, an anti-poverty organization in Washington D.C. Read more.

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