All Spotlights
Mar 30 2016

Lasting bonds of brotherhood and barbecue

Jeff Rankin (B.S. ’15) has formed life-changing bonds throughout his life: in the Air Force, at St. Mary’s University, and even during barbecue cooking competitions. Each of these relationships played a role in helping the Iraq War veteran transition from active duty, to college, and then to a new job just two days after earning his Environmental Science degree. Read this story »
Joan Lamm-Tennant is a dual graduate and former professor at St. Mary's. Her husband, William J. Tennant Jr. (J.D. ’76), is a graduate of the St. Mary's School of Law. They have two daughters, Lauren and Kristen, whom Lamm-Tennant credits with keeping her anchored to what is important in life.
Mar 28 2016

The Business of Helping

Joan Lamm-Tennant believes hard work should pay off. But she also knows that for many hard-working people living in poverty, disaster can be just one drought season or medical emergency away. Read this story »
Photos of Matteo Borri of Robots Everywhere, for the alumni magazine, Gold and Blue, for St. Mary's University in Texas.
Mar 28 2016

The Robot Maestro

Matteo Borri (B.S. ’07) has clear ideas for the future of his robot-building company. Stay small enough that customer interaction is personal. Create high-quality, tough machines that find new ways to get things done — from projects as small as delivering a pizza to those as big as building custom sensors for NASA. Read this story »
Attorney Marisol Pérez (photo credit: Josh Huskin)
Mar 28 2016

Law Clinics at 25: Attorney Marisol Pérez

On an evening in December 2000, Marisol Pérez recalled gathering in prayer for the resolution of a case the School of Law’s Immigration and Human Rights Clinic had filed on behalf of factory workers from Matamoros, Mexico. Read this story »
The Hon. Karin Crump (photo credit: Josh Huskin)
Mar 28 2016

The Law Clinics at 25: The Hon. Karin Crump

From inexperienced undergraduate to seasoned alumna, the Hon. Karin Crump (J.D. ’97), Presiding Judge of the 250th District Court in Travis County, credits the civil justice clinical program for the significant role it played in her transformation. Read this story »