Alumni News

Attorney Jennifer Frankola ’02 practices disability law for educational rights in New York City. Read More...
David Ferrucci ’83 and his team from IBM created a computer called Watson. Read More...
Eight juniors and eight seniors were selected as the 2012 recipients of scholarships created by award-winning author James Patterson ’69. Read More...
Outgoing chairman of College’s board of trustees, Thomas O’Malley ’63, contributes largest gift in College’s history. Read More...
Eleven years after Sept. 11, Anthony Sartor ’64 and Steven Plate ’76 are rewriting the rules of urban engineering. Read More...
Alumnus and cancer survivor gives chronically ill children the opportunity to attend sports games and shows. Read More...
Alberto Guerrero's ’03 experience as a Lasallian Volunteer inspired him to become a social worker. He now works at the Osborne Association, a program that seeks alternatives to incarceration. Read More...
Catherine Calogero ’10 initially came to MC to become a doctor. But her passion for serving others led her into the Lasallian Volunteers program. She's now a part of the New York City Teaching Fellows program and hopes to teach science to underserved students. Read More...
Kiera Maguire ’08 thought she would pursue broadcast journalism, but after two years serving as a Lasallian Volunteer she realized that teaching was her passion. She's still teaching while also working towards her master's degree in education. Read More...
Paul Avvento ’07 served as a Lasallian Volunteer for two years. He's now a teacher and the director of student activities at De Marillac Academy, while also pursuing his master's through the Lasallian Fellowship Program. Read More...

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