Jerilyn Stocker has one of the most interesting jobs on campus: she directs the behind the scenes set up of many of the University of Mary’s largest events throughout the year.
Zack Graves plays football. He came from Northern California to the University of Mary to play on the team. Most people on campus identify him as this one thing, but there is more to Zack than the game he loves.
Meet another Human of U-Mary, Andrew Meyer.
Karel Sovak begins his day much earlier than most of us.
Kyle Nesler is a distinguished Music Education student currently enrolled in 23 credits who remains sane by “waking up and eating a bowl of victory.”
Oh, how I wish it had been one movie. Then maybe “Mockingjay–Part 2” wouldn’t have felt like an end credits scene, albeit one with a lot of action.
The University of Mary Music Department presents “Christmas at Mary” Dec. 4 and 5 at 7:30 p.m. and Dec. 6 at 3 p.m. in Our Lady of Annunciation Chapel. The annual event has become a highly anticipated tradition at U-Mary and throughout the Bismarck-Mandan community.
Students have adjusted to the construction around campus, but this is just the beginning of Vision 2030, a project that will revolutionize the University of Mary. To fund the project U-Mary committed themselves to a Capital Campaign. Planning has included collaboration with the Sisters of Annunciation and extensive meetings with donors who have generously given of their time and talent to contribute to the future of the University.