A list of recently deceased members of the Carroll community
The legendary Rathskeller was the social hub of Carroll during the ’70s and early ’80s.
Patrick Romanini ’00 enjoyed memorable experiences as a batboy for the Cleveland Indians.
Manuela Lue ’94 works to ensure Catholics in Belize stay strong in their faith through praying the rosary.
Two Jesuits, the father of seismology and the “Polar Priest,” brought national prominence to Carroll through their seismology work
The University Club changed throughout the years, but its heyday was during the ’70s when it brought big name musical acts to campus.
Commuters reconnect with the University years after their Carroll experience.
JCU prepared Alyson Wolk ’15 and Noah Daniels ’16 well to conduct scientific research in one of the most competitive molecular medicine programs in the nation.
Patrick Alle’s ’09 recovery from substance abuse leads to his business of helping others do the same.
Sara Howley Callari ’91 uses her background in communication to rebrand hospital systems.