Alumna playwright selects Stritch for world premiere:
Dianne “Dee” Sposito, ’73, of New York, has traveled
far and wide since graduating from Stritch with a bachelor’s degree in English.
We remember…three special Sisters:
When the Sisters of St. Francis of Assisi gather for a funeral Mass to remember a beloved Sister who has died, loved ones join in rejoicing in her memory, reflecting on special moments, and allowing prayers and the Word of God to comfort them.
Caring for creation:
Students spend spring break in service
Express yourself: Students perform original poetry:
Several Stritch students performed original poetry, including DaVida Brown, Alexis Humphrey, Deja Junior, Jayvon Strothers and Donnie Williams.
Finding the right team:
Patrick Ronan, '16, reflects on his time at Stritch.
Lessons on the go:
Series of recorded lectures gives in-the-room access for lifelong
Story of innovative Sister retold nearly 70 years later:
In 1949, The
Milwaukee Journal newspaper published a feature on Sister Maria Luther, OSF,
’44, and her innovative teaching invention – the “Magic Eye.”
Stritch announces $2.3 million in new philanthropy:
President James P. Loftus, Ph.D., recently announced that the University secured more than $2.3 million in philanthropic commitments.
Stritch honors 1,000-point scorers: T
he Department of Intercollegiate Athletics hosted Alumni Day in February to honor the 1,000-point career scorers in Stritch basketball history.
National award recognizes Weber’s contributions:
Jean Marie Weber, the University liaison to the
Catholic community and former educational director for the Saint Clare Center
for Catholic Life, received the Called and Gifted Award from the Association of
Graduate Programs in Ministry (AGPIM) in February 2016.
Class notes - Summer 2016:
The latest professional and personal news from Stritch alumni.