Break it down

Mary (Bertoni) Thomas ’96 tries to simplify the ACT test for high school seniors.

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City pride through soda

Revitalizing a craft soda company is a business venture and an expression of hometown pride for Michael Considine ’00.

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Continuing tradition

Michael Covey ’94 leads the storied Union League Club of Chicago.

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A lifetime of learning

During a lengthy career in education, Kathryn Clearage ’64 pursued her passion for knowledge.

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Passionate about hunger

Kristin (Sullivan) Warzocha ’93 has spent the majority of her career helping feed the hungry.

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The challenge of a lifetime

Nationally recognized educator Joe Whelan ’65 battles stage four prostate and bone cancer and lymphoma.

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The meaning of martyrdom

Academics encourage reflection about the massacre of six Jesuits and two women in El Salvador 25 years ago.

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Peer-to-peer dialogue

Volgograd State Socio-Pedagogical University and John Carroll participate in a cooperative exchange.

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Brothers in science and medicine

Andy ’97 and Yuri ’99 Fedoriw live and work in close proximity

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He left no child behind

Ronald Reagan once called Joe Whelan '65 America’s best principal, but for 14 years at JCU he’s trained his replacements.

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