Stritch Wolves Athletics head athletic trainer April Daniels helped save a young man’s life on Wednesday night at Homestead High School. Check out this story courtesy of WITI-TV FOX 6 News.
Looking back at my years at Stritch
"My experiences at this institution have shaped every aspect of my life: the athletic, academic, mental, moral, emotional, and even spiritual." - Buddy Herberg, ‘13
Stritch scholarship saves the day
A small act of kindness can change a person’s life in a big way. Stritch sophomore Anna Miller is living proof.
Through the support of complete strangers, Miller is well on her way to pursuing a career in English education. She plans to teach abroad before settling in as an English teacher in an urban high school.
Basketball team manager uses championship, newfound celebrity to inspire others
Stritch student Ty Stacey ‘14, Political Science, suffers from spastic cerebral palsy and is confined to his scooter most of the time. He can only walk for short distances. But despite the obstacles, Ty pursued his dream of becoming a major contributor to the National Champions Stritch Wolves men’s basketball team last season.
Learn how Ty is using the championship and newfound celebrity to inspire others in the Spring issue of Stritch Magazine. http://www.stritch.edu/News/Stritch-Magazine/Spring-2013/Netting-a-dream/
Student project to be featured on WISN 12 News
Photography student Cassie Goulais will appear on WISN 12 News at 8:40 a.m. on Sunday, June 9, to discuss a project she did for her Stritch video storytelling class during the spring semester.
The video features Stritch graduate Darrel Payne, ’13, and his clay and ceramic work with kids at Brown Street Academy through the Arts @ Large program in Milwaukee.
Encouragement from a Stritch Alumna leads to vice presidential response
In addition to her work as a faculty advisor for professional development and licensure at Stritch, Barbara Rankin, ’00, is a part-time reading specialist at Milwaukee’s Downtown Montessori Academy. In this role, Rankin has the opportunity to converse with children on a daily basis. She never imagined, however, that one of these conversations would gain national attention.
(Photo courtesy of Garance Nelson)
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