Three thousand seventy six miles from the University of San Diego, Thomas Nolan ’13 found home. The 27 months he spent with the Peace Corps in Barranquilla, Colombia, is an experience he’ll never forget.
“I forged some great relationships that helped me immensely in my work and in my service,” says …
SOFTBALL CATCHER MARY GRABOWSKI SAYS THE GAME IS HER LIFE
When Softball Coach Melissa McElvain recruited high school standout catcher Mary Grabowski five years ago, it was a big deal. McElvain’s catcher at the time would be a graduating senior, so getting Grabowski in the fold would give her time to adjust and develop her game …
HEAD OF PARALYZED VETERANS OF AMERICA IS A TRUE CHAMPION
After his car rolled for the third time, Sherman Gillums Jr. ’09 (MSGL) came to a rest upside down and, mercifully, alive. A semi-trailer truck, upon being cut off by a separate vehicle, ran Gillums off Interstate 5 while trying to avoid a crash.
REPORTER ALBERT SAMAHA HAS NO PROBLEM GETTING HIS HANDS DIRTY
The internet is a good thing.
If you harbor any doubt, imagine what it would be like if a stack of 50 newspapers from cities across the country was delivered to your front door each and every day. Within a month, you’d drown in newsprint.
Double accounting and finance major Jesse Nebres was methodical in working on connections in order to gain a competitive edge in his field. Watch him discuss his path in the video below. Read about his journey and those of other freshly-minted USD graduates.
Industrial and Systems Engineering major Mackenzie Dandoy was certain that the happiest place on earth was the place for her. Watch her discuss her path in the video below. Read about the journey of Mackenzie and others post graduation.
Marketing major Jimmy Bried is excited about the life he’s created for himself and the opportunities that await him now that he’s graduated. Watch a video about his path below. Read more about his journey and that of other freshly-minted USD graduates.
SUPERLATIVES: Brigman announced his presence with authority during his freshman campaign with the Toreros, posting an impressive .339 batting average and earning WCC Freshman of the Year honors. The best part? He’s a willing worker who believes you’re only as good as your last game. “I’m always working on getting better. …
When Chris Yanov ‘03 (MA) spun that wheel on Wheel of Fortune, 15 years ago, he couldn’t possibly have predicted just whose fortune would be changing. Most people take their game show winnings and reward themselves. Yanov — who then was just 22 and a graduate student at USD — …