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  • Bellarmine Alumnus Named Rhodes Scholar

    Brian Adams | Vice President, Office of Advancement
    Posted November 29, 2017

    A Bellarmine alumnus from the class of 2012, Sean Reilly, has been named one of only 32 American Rhodes Scholars for 2018. A Rhodes Scholarship provides all expenses for two years of study at England’s University of Oxford, and those selected as Rhodes Scholars are chosen for their scholarly achievements, character, commitment to others and to the common good, and for their leadership potential.

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  • Charles Malaspina reunited with 1954 class ring

    Posted November 10, 2017
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  • Ryan Khojasteh '12 Announces Congress Campaign

    Posted November 8, 2017

    Run for Office Email Ryan Register to Vote "This campaign isn’t about one district, and it isn’t about one representative – it’s about the future of the Democratic Party, and the future of the United States of America." ​ -Ryan Khojasteh, Campaign Announcement November 1st, 2017

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  • All Souls' Day Intentions

    Posted October 31, 2017

    Please enter the names of friends or loved ones who have passed away in the form below. You may enter up to four names, and are welcome to submit more than one form, if you have more than four intentions

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  • Steve O'Brien '94 Named Deputy Director of Athletics at SJSU

    Posted July 10, 2017

    Steve O’Brien, who has 11 years of progressive NCAA Division I athletics administration senior level management experience and success, accepted the position of deputy director of athletics at San Jose State University. Marie Tuite, the Spartans’ director of athletics made the announcement.

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  • Russ Marcel '91 stars in "A Midsummer Night's Dream"

    Posted June 30, 2017

    At the helm of "A Midsummer Night's Dream" is veteran film, television and stage actor and director Gary Armagnac. He will direct a cast including Bay Area talents David Everett Moore and Maryann Rodgers as Oberon and Titania along with Lily Narbonne as Helena. Russ Marcel, a Livermore resident and longtime English and theater arts teacher at Bellarmine College Preparatory, will take on the role of Nick Bottom.

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  • Graduation Edition | Bellarmine Magazine

    Posted June 27, 2017
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  • Jack Turner '14 Joins USA Men's National Water Polo Team

    Posted June 8, 2017

    USA Men's National Team Announces Roster Ahead Of USA-Croatia Series; Action Starts Friday (6/9) In Riverside

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  • Fasano’s Frog “Kermit” Takes Top Honors

    Posted May 23, 2017

    San Andreas, CA — Another successful Calaveras County Fair and Jumping Frog Jubilee came to a close on Sunday. In the keynote event, the International Frog Jump, Kermit, entered by 19-year-old Justin Fasano (Class of 2016) of San Jose, was the top winner with a jump of 18 ft., 4 inches. It was just over three ft. behind the all-time record set by Rosie the Ribbiter, entered by Lee Guidici in 1986, with a jump of 21 ft., five inches. The fair reports that Fasano is a third generation frog jumper, following his father Bob and grandfather Gene, who started the Gustine Frog Team 60 years ago. For having the top frog in the jump, Fasano received a $750 prize.

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  • Bellarmine Honors Five Hall of Fame Inductees

    Posted April 25, 2017

    Bellarmine College Preparatory held its Hall of Fame ceremony the evening of April 1, recognizing five distinguished alumni. Those honored, and their respective categories, were: Michael Blach, Class of 1981 (Business); Anthony Saglimbeni, M.D., Class of 1981 (Science and Medicine); Father John Baumann, S.J., Class of 1956 (Public Service); Dave Gaggero, Class of 1994 (Athletics); and Viet Thanh Nguyen, Class of 1988 (Humanities and Fine Arts).

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