Stories & News

Nursing students bring skills to Nicaragua: Traveling more than 3,000 miles each way, students in the Student Nurses' Association (SNA) ventured to Limon, Nicaragua, in May 2015 to volunteer at overburdened government health clinics that serve a population with high pediatric and maternal needs.

Fresh faces on campus:

First Years dig deep and find refreshment at service sites

Stritch student takes to the skies: Junior business major Michael Snowden represented Stritch in the Greater Milwaukee Committee’s Innovation in Milwaukee (MiKE) initiative, Destination Innovation.

Corporate leaders take up residence at Stritch: Through the Executives in Residence program, Stritch students, leadership and advisors tapped into the expertise of two Milwaukee area corporate leaders Dr. Beverly Greenberg, ’15, retired regional vice president of Public Affairs and Local Production for

Polling the Experts: Four alumni HR experts share their tips for a successful job interview.

Streaks span decades: Father-son coaching duo bond during years of daily runs

Stritch in Time: The facts of the artifact: Chalice acquired by Archives reveals little-known story of Samuel Cardinal Stritch's final days

Sisters celebrate milestones:

In July, 22 Sisters of St. Francis of Assisi celebrated their anniversaries of religious profession at a special Jubilarian Mass.

2014 -15 Annual Honor Roll of Donors: On behalf of President Dr. James P. Loftus and Advancement Committee Chair/University Trustee Dr. Mary Kellner, ’07, thank you for investing in the students and faculty of Cardinal Stritch University.

Gift Guide: Support the businesses of these Stritch alumni as you shop this season

Stritch Magazine

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    - Dr. James P. Loftus
  • Vice President for
    University Advancement
    - Dr. Robert J. Buckla
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    - Mary Reinke
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    - Sara Woelfel
  • Associate Editor
    - Laura Schreiner
  • Contributing Writers
    -Rebecca Clausen, '16 
    -Sarah Rose Werner, '16

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