Fall 2016

Law alums use unique method to ease destructive nature of divorce

In a perfect world, the services of John and Laura Roach would not be needed. But as a district court judge and a family law attorney, respectively, they know that’s far from reality.

Breakfast with a Saint

A brief stop in Calcutta, India, while serving Marianist communities in the region in 1997 gave the Rev. Jim Tobin, S.M., now the Greehey School of Business chaplain, the chance to experience the holiness of Mother Teresa in person — a memory he cherished as she was canonized Sept. 4.

Law Success Instructor plays with fire

Clegg, a Law Success Instructor at the School of Law, said fire hooping helped keep her sane during her own law school experience.

All Wrapped in One: Tacos and Social Justice

Eddie Vega, a self-proclaimed taco aficionado, is often on the hunt for Texas’ best tacos. When he’s not doing that, Vega can be found performing poetry at open mic nights around San Antonio.

Not Alone: Stepping up for Social Justice

It was a cool February morning in Norfolk, Virginia, in 1959 when 15-year-old Louis Cousins Sr. (B.A. ’90) and his mother climbed the steps to the entrance of Maury High School.

More Than a Dorm

As St. Mary’s University’s designated science living community since 2011, and one of eight academic and themed living communities on campus, Marian’s 120 residents are all science majors, busy with classes and labs most of the day.

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