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Let There Be Light

Let There Be Light

The beauty of The Saint John’s Bible, acquired by St. Mary’s University last year, seems to move everyone who experiences it, so imagine the creative inspiration San Antonio’s favorite artists derived from it. In October, President Thomas Mengler and his wife, Mona, hosted the Let There Be Light Gala and Art Sale, with a portion of the sales going to St. Mary’s for scholarships for Art Education majors.

A Powerful New Window into a Microscopic World

A Powerful New Window into a Microscopic World

Veronica Contreras-Shannon, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Biology, gets visibly excited when she talks about the gray box attached to the computer in the photo. While the box looks fairly unassuming, it’s actually a $100,000 high-powered confocal microscope that gives faculty and students an exciting new way to look at tissues and cells.

Common People, Uncommon Activism

Common People, Uncommon Activism

In the 1950s, a Texas school district was forcing Mexican-American students to repeat the first grade three times. When alum Enrique Aleman Jr., Ph.D., uncovered his own mother’s childhood fight in this battle against inequality, he decided to chronicle the historic struggle.

Mr. Variety

Mr. Variety

Alum Chuck Kerr (B.A. '07) has landed a job as art directory of Variety magazine - a holy grail for any graphic designer, and a big jump from his previous role as the San Antonio Current's art director when we last talked to him in the Fall 2012 issue.

Meet Brian: The Game Changer

Meet Brian: The Game Changer

Brian Anderson (B.A. ’93) has been calling games for nearly two decades, but he’s getting ready to tackle a whole new broadcasting adventure - the NFL.

 

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