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  • Bestselling author, Gregg Hurwitz '91, visits students at his alma mater,

    Posted January 26, 2017

    Critically acclaimed writer Gregg Hurwitz, a New York Times and internationally bestselling author of 17 novels, returned to his alma mater, Bellarmine College Preparatory, on January 24, where he reflected on his high school years and shared advice with current students.

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  • NCGA President, Pat Quinn '83, creates meaningful boost for Youth on Course

    Jerry Stewart
    Posted January 9, 2017

    The AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am has raised millions of dollars for charity since founder Bing Crosby moved his tournament to the Monterey Peninsula in 1947. In the spirit of the Crosby, 2017 NCGA President Pat Quinn is doing his own part in giving back. By virtue of his role as NCGA President, Quinn will be among the amateurs teeing off in the 2017 AT&T Pro-Am. The longtime Youth on Course Board member is taking his appearance further though in using the occasion to raise money for Youth on Course—the nationally acclaimed, non-profit that provides youth with access to life-changing opportunities through golf.

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  • Stephen Caban '15

    Ice Hockey Honors Bell Alum Stephen Caban '15

    Posted December 12, 2016

    Bellarmine's ice hockey team paid tribute to one of their own, former teammate Stephen Caban '15, on Thursday, December 8. A hockey injury during Caban's junior year led to the discovery of kidney cancer, which he has been battling ever since.

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  • Bellarmine Magazine: Annual Report Edition

    Posted December 7, 2016

    The Fall 2016 issue of Bellarmine College Prep Magazine: Annual Report of Giving Edition (reflecting Fiscal Year 2015-2016) is now available online. Click the link to check it out!

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  • Prayer of Thanksgiving

    Posted November 21, 2016

    Remembering Others O God, when I have food,
    help me to remember the hungry;
    When I have work,
    help me to remember the jobless;
    When I have a home,
    help me to remember those who have no home at all;
    When I am without pain,
    help me to remember those who suffer,
    And remembering,
    help me to destroy my complacency;
    bestir my compassion,
    and be concerned enough to help;
    By word and deed,
    those who cry out for what we take for granted.
    Amen.

  • Berkeley Jesuit Community Sponsors Alumni Mass and Dinner

    Posted November 3, 2016

    The Jesuit Community at the Jesuit School of Theology in Berkeley, CA invites all Bay Area alumni of Jesuit high schools to an evening of Mass and Dinner with us on Saturday, November 12 at 5:30 p.m. This is an opportunity to connect with fellow alumni and the local Jesuit community. For further details, or to RSVP, click Read More!

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  • President's Award Recipient, Edgar Thrift, Jr, (r) with Bellarmine president, Chris Meyercord (PC: Al Bacosa)

    Edgar M. Thrift, Jr. Receives Bellarmine President’s Award

    Posted October 27, 2016

    We held our 38th Annual President’s Award Dinner the evening of October 26 in the Samuel A. Liccardo Campus Center. The donor recognition event, attended by 300 guests, featured the presentation of the President’s Award, given each year to an individual (or couple) who has demonstrated support to Bellarmine in a variety of ways.

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  • Seeking Alumni Support for the Career Club

    Posted October 13, 2016

    The goal of the Career and Professional Development Society is to inspire and educate students about the career world outside of Bellarmine. Each week we invite one alumni to discuss the development of their own career, and give advice to students interested in learning about different career fields. We created this club last year and had great results, with student interest soaring by the end of the year. This year we hope to grow our club even further with the help of alumni just like you!

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  • Joseph Castignani: Scholar-Athlete Recognition

    Posted October 5, 2016
  • Rusty Zimmerman '98 Brings Community Together

    Posted September 28, 2016

    The Free Portrait Project: Crown Heights: In one year, Brooklyn-based Artist/Founder Rusty Zimmerman crowdfunded to paint 200 oil-painted portraits from life, recording the audio from each session in a joint oral history of the neighborhood in partnership with the Brooklyn Historical Society and the Weeksville Heritage Center. Exhibitions of the portraits ran concurrently at Brooklyn Children’s Museum and ten other local venues, storefronts to synagogues, with free public receptions for all the communities of Crown Heights to promote dialogue through story sharing and acts of service assigned to each participant. The project will culminate in the parade to the final exhibition of all 200 portraits and recorded stories of a neighborhood in transition. Thereafter, the paintings will belong to the people who sat for them.

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