April 12, 2022
A lifetime of work as a teacher and principal earned Sister Lenore Schwartz many friends and fans, and one illustrious honor for her service. As she retires, she can rest assured she made a positive impact.
April 4, 2022
Mothers and daughters share many things, but very few of them become college classmates. Bettie Ann Shawler (AS ’12, MSN ’21) and Tiffany Witte (BS ’12, MSN ’21) earned their MSN degrees after studying side by side.
March 25, 2022
USF father and son alumni Danny and Jovan Jeftich love teaching and coaching soccer. They’ve also learned how to work together, no matter who’s in charge
March 25, 2022
Spending a day with Eden Lamb guarantees at least a few hours outdoors. Whether it’s spent kayaking, hiking or biking, Lamb believes communing with nature generates the best connections in life.
February 22, 2022
They never call timeout in the Bolyn home. Alumni and former USF athletes Ryan and Melissa Bolyn feel most at home on the diamond (or court or field). Their two sons share their love of sports and the life lessons they impart.
January 31, 2022
Jeremy McFarren (BA ’98) and Erin Patton McFarren (BA ’99) found their love of art and each other during their time at Saint Francis. Their passion and creativity have never stopped growing.
January 10, 2022
An athletic program can’t conjure standards of championship excellence out of thin air. Someone must demonstrate realistic standards. Someone must be the first to achieve greatness. Someone must blaze the trail.
December 10, 2021
Throughout his career, Amos Norman (BSW ’05) has shown his care for people who need a helping hand. His compassion makes an impact on southeast Fort Wayne and beyond.
October 27, 2021
Alumnus Carlos Cruz built his futsal program in Fort Wayne as a way for young athletes to reach their potential in futsal, soccer and life.
February 25, 2021
Johnny Martinez took his graphic design degree from USF to Shanghai, working with Nike and continuing to develop his skills as a creative leader.