Monthly Archives: June 2011

Sean Webeck ’03 – receives Boren Fellowship

Sean Webeck ’03 reports he has just been named as a 2011 Boren Fellow, which will give him the chance to study abroad and further his understanding of the Middle East.  Sean, a master’s student in security studies at Kansas … Continue reading

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Soccer Field – Good Enough To Eat!

In another week or so, the new soccer field will be complete.  The 10 inches of rain we had last week washed tons…that’s right, tons…of rock away but we’re back on track now. How nice is the field?  Good enough … Continue reading

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Fr. Mike Reding ’86 Joins School’s BoD

Reverend Michael Reding, pastor of St. Bartholomew Catholic Faith Community in Wayzata, MN has been named to the Benilde-St. Margaret’s board of directors, effective July 1. Fr. Reding will serve as the representative of the Archdiocese of Saint Paul and … Continue reading

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Andrew Dits ’07 in One-Man Play on June 30

“Andrew Dits’ current role scares him:  ” . . . onstage alone for an hour, and I’m trying to be Jesus . . .” begins the South Bend Tribune article describing “Memoirs of Jesus,” a one-night production at Trinity School … Continue reading

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Roy Sexton ’95 Named VP of Marketing/Strategic Planning

Roy was named VP of Marketing and Strategic Planning at Trott & Trott, P.C, a Farmington Hills, MI-based law firm serving the mortgage banking industry, where he will develop marketing and internal communications programs. An Alumni Affairs Officer at Wabash from … Continue reading

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George Patton ’84 to Moderate Legal Panel

George Patton’84 will moderate a panel discussion, “Litigation Strategy: Do Judicial Elections Warrant Different Treatment?” during the Justice at Stake meeting today.  He was selected as a result of his work at the U.S. Supreme Court and U.S. Courts of … Continue reading

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It Isn’t About the Money

We’re nearing the end of the college’s fiscal year,  June 30.  To date, roughly 30% of our alumni body has made a gift to the college.  Think about that.  In a room of 30 loyal alumni, you’d average over 20 … Continue reading

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