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Young alumna recognized for outstanding leadership

Young alumna recognized for outstanding leadership

by Jasmine Garcia (B.A. ’11)

Jenna Saucedo’s rise in the ranks at CPS Energy – which is the largest publicly owned utility in the United States – is nothing short of meteoric.

Just six years after receiving her Bachelor’s of Business Administration from St. Mary’s University, Saucedo is now the youngest vice president in the history of CPS Energy. Her quick move up ...

The Punk Rock Scientist

The Punk Rock Scientist

Little did alumnus Jason Torres know that his interest in punk rock would, in some ways, inspire his career in science.

The Year of the Rattler

The Year of the Rattler

What a year! St. Mary’s Athletics has strung together many impressive seasons in many different sports during recent years, but 2014-2015 will go down as something special: three sports in tight national championship chases, buzzer-beating playoff wins, and a record number of academic award winners, just to name a few.

All in the Family

All in the Family

The Chan brothers Jules (B.B.A. '08) and Jed (B.A. '15) followed in the footsteps of their mother graduating at St. Mary's University, and in the footsteps of their father joining the Army.

A Sacred Duty

A Sacred Duty

Teresa Van Hoy, Ph.D., Associate Professor of History at St. Mary’s University, heard the story of the American pilot and the French villagers from French colleague Gérard Mignard, D. Lit., who lived in a town neighboring Orsan. A former professor and current councilman of his village, he knew Van Hoy’s curiosity and historical expertise would be invaluable to Orsan historian Michel Benoit, who wanted to find the pilot’s family and return the parachute fragment. So Van Hoy and her nine Public History students took the case. In about three months, a decades-old mystery was solved.