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Distinctly Awesome

- Summer 2018

2018 ALUMNI HONORS COMMENDS THE BEST AND THE BRIGHTEST

Ten of USD’s most extraordinary alumni were celebrated on April 28 at the 2018 annual Alumni Honors event. Recipients were recognized for volunteer service, contributions to humanitarian causes, athletic … Read More

Robert Dalessandro and General Matz

General Accomplishment

- Summer 2018

RETIRED ARMY MAJ. GEN. MATZ NAMED SECRETARY OF AMERICAN BATTLE MONUMENTS COMMISSION

Retired Army Maj. Gen. William M. Matz Jr. ’73 (MA)was sworn in as the secretary of the American Battle Monuments Commission by Deputy Secretary Robert J. … Read More

University of San Diego students distribute food at homeless shelter

Empathy is Served

- Summer 2018

STUDENT OUTREACH MEETS PEOPLE WHERE THEY LIVE

It’s afternoon as students enter a small USD apartment. There they begin a monthly ritual — preparing dinner for 20. Tonight, it’s taco salad. Tasks are delegated and the … Read More

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Summer 2018 Class Notes

- Summer 2018

[1959]

LOUIS CAPELLO (BBA) retired in Penn Valley, California, after a long career in corporate management and mortgage banking. He has two sons and one grandson.

[1963] 
VERN SCHOOLEY (JD) attended … Read More

JANAYE PERRY ‘18, MICAH FELLOW

Community, Cubed

, - Summer 2018

THE MULVANEY CENTER CELEBRATES THREE DECADES OF CONNECTION-BUILDING

Listening. Sharing. Supporting. Mentoring. Learning. Appreciating. Understanding. Each of these words can be defined through the prism of action. At the University of San Diego, these actions make … Read More

USD alumni Brecia Kralovic-Logan

Stronger Together

- Summer 2018

WEAVING STORIES INTO A COHESIVE FABRIC 

Lifelong teacher, artist, activist and advocate Brecia Kralovic-Logan ’77 (BA), ’80 (MEd) likes to call herself an “artivist.” She puts her talent and passion to use helping those less fortunate find a … Read More

USD Rowing Alumni

Very Much in Sync

, - Summer 2018

USD ROWING ALUMNI KEEP ON KEEPING ON 

John Ciani was a first-year strolling across the USD campus in the early 1980s when he happened across older students standing around a 350-pound wooden rowing shell. Hanging out … Read More