Steve Hoffbeck contributes chapter to a book on baseball history

Steve Hoffbeck, History, contributed a chapter to a new book on baseball history entitled The National Pastime, 2012: Short But Wondrous Summers: Baseball in the North Star State, a June publication of the Society for American Baseball Research (SABR). The book, available on and other online booksellers, tells the history of baseball in Minnesota from the 1870s to modern […]

Economics majors presented at association meetings in New York

Kegan Reiswig and Luke Sperling, Economics majors, presented papers at the undergraduate sessions of the Eastern Economics Association meetings in New York City. Kegan found no evidence that revenue sharing in Major League Baseball has increased league competitiveness; Luke found no evidence that job opportunities near a university negatively affects the university’s freshman retention rate. Oscar Flores, Economics, mentored both […]

Dragon Night at the Redhawks Aug. 25

Dragon Night at the Redhawks is Wednesday, Aug. 25 beginning with a 6 p.m. Dragon social followed by the 7 p.m. Redhawks game. Come out and have some fun with other faculty/staff, students and Dragon alumni. Tattoos, prizes, family- friendly fun. Show your college ID (no matter how old) at the gate and receive the special $3 admission. Can’t find your ID? […]