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Glen Stubbe

Photographer | Newsroom
Phone: 612-673-7939
Location: Minneapolis
Other languages: None

Photojournalist Glen Stubbe has been chief political photographer for the Star Tribune since 2011 and was business photographer and photo editor before that. He was named Visual MN Photographer of the Year twice in a row, first in 2015, and then combined 2016-2017.  

Stubbe has been covering the world's celebrations and news events for over 30 years and has photographed the last eight Presidents. Assignments have taken him to China and India, Colombia and Nicaragua, the White House and the halls of Congress. Prior to coming to the Star Tribune, he worked for The Washington Times in Washington, D.C., Tampa Tribune in Florida and Wilkes-Barre Times Leader in Pennsylvania. He grew up on Long Island, N.Y., and graduated from Syracuse University with a B.S. in Photojournalism. Stubbe is married with two grown children and two white fluffy dogs.
Recent content from Glen Stubbe
John Penrod, one of the architects of the computer system in Eden Prairie that powers Optum Labs’ partnership with Mayo Clinic.

Mayo seeks to dominate with data

Mayo Clinic sees the emerging field of big data analytics as a crucial strategy to defend and reinforce its standing as an elite medical institution, particularly as health reform efforts and federal belt-tightening change the way doctors get paid.

Panorama: Gov. Dayton's budget presentation

Click and drag on the image to view the panorama.

Lenders Gone Wild

The collapse in real estate values is taking a toll on Minnesota's small banks and credit unions. Regulators have seized and closed two banks since 2008, with dozens on a secret watch list - and banking officials say more will fail. That could have big implications for Minnesota's economy.
Tina Sommer, business manager at Motoprimo South in Lakeville, said Arctic Cat has "been a little behind the technology."

Thin ice at Arctic Cat

Arctic Cat's ATV and snowmobile sales have been hurting. Can a turnaround plan get the company back into gear?