Summer 2024

Construction Management offers strong support

Coming to St. Mary’s University, Eduardo “Ed” Lopez (B.S. ’22, M.S. ’23) wanted to follow in his father’s footsteps in construction.  During his studies, he took courses learning about the management side of construction management, an area of study he had not previously considered.  

Marianist ideals draw Bangladeshi priest to LL.M. Program

In his religious quest to assist those most in need of peace and law ministry in his home country of Bangladesh, a missionary priest found himself at the perfect place to continue his education — St. Mary’s University School of Law.

Visiting Scholar from China shares observations on studying law in Texas

Yun Weixiao, a law professor from China, offers insights from her year as a Visiting Scholar at the St. Mary's University School of Law.

Honoring our legacy, shaping our future

This summer, St. Mary’s University will celebrate its 172nd anniversary. It is deeply moving and inspiring to reflect on the hopes and aspirations the Marianist brothers must have had as they helped boldly lay the first stones of St. Louis Hall in the late 1800s. 

St. Mary’s celebrates 40 Years of Gold & Blue magazine

Gold & Blue magazine is celebrating 40 years. Our alumni, faculty, staff, students and Marianists have shared their journeys across these pages. They have deepened our sense of community by giving us a glimpse into their lives through stories and photographs.

Sister shares her calling to Theology

As a teenager, Sister LaReine-Marie Mosley, Ph.D., had already decided to venture into a life of religious practice. Celebrating 40 years since joining the Sisters of Notre Dame, Gold & Blue magazine sat down to get to know Mosley.

St. Mary’s employee’s connection to the Marianist mission spans generations

Linda Muller (B.A. ’86, B.B.A. ’86, M.A. ’03), Director of Enterprise Systems and Services, never planned to attend St. Mary’s University. But three degrees, a wedding, eight children and a 30-year career later, Muller is happy with God’s plans for her.

St. Mary’s alumnus uses military position to mentor others

Joseph Puntoriero sat in a military base in Lebanon with shaky Wi-Fi just hoping it would hold long enough to submit his final assignment. Ultimately, the International Relations degree aided his journey to become a military mentor to future leaders.

St. Mary’s University athletes vie for Winter Games glory

Although they had never met, Winter Vinecki and Collin Storms (B.A. '22) paths tie them from not-so-snowy St. Mary’s University to the same Olympic training facilities in Lake Placid, New York.

Chris Erevelles highlights her trusting partnership with husband Winston Erevelles

Since a faith-inspired 2001 meeting in Pittsburgh placed Christine “Chris” Erevelles, M.D., in touch with her future husband, Winston Erevelles, Ph.D., their trusting partnership has grown along with their dedication to St. Mary’s. Learn more about her in this Q&A.

School of Law graduate from the RGV finds support during J.D. studies

When it came to picking a major, Hannah Orendain (J.D. ’24) had to decide between following in her father’s footsteps by becoming an attorney, or going to medical school.

St. Mary’s History student researches one of San Antonio’s first desegregated clubs 

History major Jadyn Evans shared with the San Antonio community her research into the Keyhole Club, one of the area's first desegregated nightclubs.

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