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The gift of education

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” – Nelson Mandela, South African activist and former president; 1993 Nobel Peace Prize recipient A relationship marketing manager at McGraw-Hill Education in Columbus, Philip Cunningham, ‘05 is a self-described “fire starter” – igniting relationships and building mutual beneficial partnerships between the world … Continued

A home for all

The Russell J. Ebeid Recreation Center officially opened in September. During its first week, Lourdes students held a tailgate party and the women’s Gray Wolves volleyball team hosted Siena Heights. At the end of the evening, the defending WHAC champion Gray Wolves had registered a historic win. Student athletes and Gray Wolves supporters now cheer … Continued

A hero among us

“Never underestimate the power of dreams and the influence of the human spirit. We are all the same in this notion: The potential for greatness lives within each of us.” – Wilma Rudolph, USA gold medalist in track and field Senior Alexis “Lexie” Cano has already achieved many of her dreams. This past winter, she … Continued

Embracing Leadership

Three Lourdes students strengthened their leadership skills this past summer. First Year Orientation captains Ruben Lopez, William Laranga and Maura Wolford energetically coordinated the 2016-2017 orientation program. Their responsibilities included recruiting, interviewing, selecting and training the entire 33-member roster. The three also worked closely with campus offices and scheduled, worked and assessed the weekend orientation … Continued

Preparing future conservation leaders

Sustainability and conservation are hot topics in the 21st century. Both nationally and internationally, many governments, businesses, educational institutions and nonprofit organizations have established programs to make communities more sustainable, to become better stewards of the environment and to create more jobs. The US Department of Labor projects job opportunities for environmental scientists and specialists to … Continued

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