Posts byJohnKomarek

There’s Beauty in Auld Lang Syne

Another year is ending. Soon we will gather, to use the parlance of another time, to quaff carouses and remember the good, the bad and simply the passage of time. While most will raise their glasses and voices while attempting to fumble through Auld Lang Syne (have you ever met a person who actually knows
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A Mentor’s Confession…

Jared Schmidt, Minn. ’04 reflects on his time mentoring Lucas Glissendorf, Minn. ’13 Mentoring has always been such an odd thing for me. I’ve been volunteering as a mentor for three years now with the U of MN College of Design. Each year, without fail, I end up with this nagging sense that I should
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Failure is part of success

Professionals Night Networking Event Featuring Kurt Lange, Co-founder of U.S. Internet Ever since he can remember, Kurt Lange, Minn. ’90 was always full of entrepreneurial ideas. Some good. Some, well, not so good. “You know what my great idea when I was in a high school? Selling gum-ball machines,” Lange joked. “You can see how that
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ADPhi Professional’s Night

Inaugural Professional’s Night is a Success! Multiple chapters connect, network and build the ADPhi Professional Network Inside Ginger Hop in Northeast Minneapolis, alumni from Minnesota, Illinois and Peninsular chapters convened for the inaugural “Professional’s Night.” This on-going networking event is open to all brothers of the Alpha Delta Phi in or around the Twin Cities
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