February 2014

Citizen Athletes: Students excel in varsity sports and enriching the lives of others.
SisterStories: How Did I Know? Saturday, March 8, 2 p.m. at The O'Shaughnessy
Clint Swenson MANU '01 and Tricia Borg MANU '13

In an era when hospitals and clinics grapple with finite resources, how can they continue to offer clinical placements for St. Kate's students?

Hands signing in ASL

The 30-year-old ASL/interpreting program is producing top-notch graduates — including one who landed a White House gig.

Kristina Poss, Nicki Mosbeck and Elly Leyva

A runner, a hockey captain and a soccer player are smart students, gifted athletes and active contributors to their communities.

Molly Hazelton and Mary Soher, OP

Hilton Project co-directors are set to launch National Catholic Sisters Week at St. Kate's in March.

Reaching for the sky

Embracing Challenges...and Change: How innovation is driving St. Catherine's strategic plan

St. Kate’s six-page advertorial in the October 2013 issue of Delta Sky (cover below) focused on innovation — specifically how the University’s academic programs are striving to respond to unmet needs, such as access to affordable healthcare.

Pick up a copy at St. Kate’s Office of Marketing and Communications in Derham Hall, or read the article online.

Christina Applegate on the cover of Delta Sky magazine.