Joy at JCU

Joy at JCU

Christmas Carroll Eve is a University celebration that dates to 1968.

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A day at the ballpark

Peter Ori ’62 has been enjoying his part-time job as an usher at Wrigley Field for the past 12 years.

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The Sulzer legacy

Family tradition intertwines with Carroll history.

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Connecting people and businesses

Entrepreneur creates mobile app using Bluetooth technology to provide interactive experiences.

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Hero faced the heart of hell

Leo Bedell ’43, an engineering officer in WWII, shares war stories in a new book.

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Fun down below

Fun down below

The legendary Rathskeller was the social hub of Carroll during the ’70s and early ’80s.

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Connecting with the pros

Patrick Romanini ’00 enjoyed memorable experiences as a batboy for the Cleveland Indians.

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On a mission from God

Manuela Lue ’94 works to ensure Catholics in Belize stay strong in their faith through praying the rosary.

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Studying the Earth’s movements

Studying the Earth’s movements

Two Jesuits, the father of seismology and the “Polar Priest,” brought national prominence to Carroll through their seismology work

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Your gracious hosts

The University Club changed throughout the years, but its heyday was during the ’70s when it brought big name musical acts to campus.

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