EditorialBe Kind, Rewind
Who among us hasn’t wished for a do-over?
Letters to the EditorSpring 2010
Former president weighs in; hard work pays off; opportunity knocks.
Around the ParkA Complex Formula
New IPJ Executive Director Milburn Line knows all about navigating the intricacies of peace.
[aid and comfort]
Prayers and compassion offered for Haitian earthquake victims.
What’s the Buzz?
College of Arts and Sciences Dean Mary Boyd sees keeping the lines of communication open as crucial to her work.
Harnessing Her Power
Contrary to popular belief, new study finds that women engineering majors graduate at the same rate as men.
Gifts at Work
Inaugural Founders’ Gala exceeds goal; science grant; more.
Operation Magic Moments
When USD students sign up to work at Camp Adventure, a youth camp for military families, lives get changed.
Keeping the Faith
USD’s Alumni Endowed Scholarship helps students get the most out of their university experience.
Kyoto Laureate Maestro Pierre Boulez announced; poet Jericho Brown wins Whiting Award; new vice president comes on board.
Torero AthleticsMr. Washington Goes to the Hall
Basketball great Stan Washington ’74 to be inducted into USD’s Chet and Marguerite Pagni Family Athletics Hall of Fame.
Matusz makes MLB debut; Johnson starts for NFL; Women’s softball hosts tournament; more.
Point of ViewBlood Relatives
A single e-mail led Liz Jordan ’05 to make a decision that would affect any number of lives for years to come.
Class Notes ArticlesSwim, Bike, Run, Love
Triathlons are a metaphor for life for cancer survivor J.D. Dudek ’79 (M.Ed. ’85), who’s always felt that faith is connected to athleticism.
Army nurse Shelly Burdette-Taylor is conducting doctoral research about the quality of life for those who’ve suffered traumatic limb loss.
Being in the business of righting wrongs doesn’t make Jim McElroy ’77 (J.D.) popular, but he’s not looking for friends, he’s looking for justice.