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Personal education journey leads future teacher to Stritch:
Scholarship recipient Jeanette Nowak shares her story of triumph over adversity and thanks scholarship benefactors.
Voices: The Class of 2015:
last few weeks at Stritch, several 2015 graduates shared their thoughts. Please
join us in celebrating the Class of 2015!
His other life: Assistant principal moonlights in award-winning band:
Michael Zibell,’04, lives in two worlds as an assistant principal by day and country musician by night.
Faculty, staff reveal their can’t-live-without-it apps
Friends of Stritch host alumni gatherings in Florida, Arizona:
Alumni, friends and snowbirds in Florida and Arizona enjoyed some genuine and warm Stritch hospitality close to home at two special events in 2015.
Students embark on Civil Rights Pilgrimage:
In May 2015, a group of Stritch students visited landmarks significant to the civil rights movement and reflected on the lives, and deaths, of those who experienced it.
A little “Mischief” among friends:
Arts alumnae open new Milwaukee studio
University Ministry: Who Are We?:
Breanna Mekuly offers an in-depth look at the University Ministry philosophy and offerings at Stritch.
Stritch in Time: Sister in Selma:
Sister Jeanine Gruesser, OSF, former chair of the sociology department, traveled to Selma, Ala., in 1965. Her mission was to support her brothers and sisters as they marched for civil rights.