When Kim Vogel '89 graduated from a Christian Brothers high school in Sacramento, there really wasn’t much doubt where she was going to go to school.
New York, New York
“Having an East Coast connection to Saint Mary’s means the world, because we sometimes feel so far away. But then activities and events happen and we feel close again,” said Kiersten Daniel ’01, one of nearly 30 alumni and parents who came together in Manhattan to celebrate the College and hear about this year’s vibrant campus happenings.
The Academy of American Poets awarded Saint Mary’s alumnus Robert Hass '63 the Wallace Stevens Award for lifetime achievement. The 73-year-old Hass is a former U.S. poet laureate, Pulitzer Prize and National Book award winner and author of numerous collections of poetry.
More than 200 students and alumni shared food and conversation at the Dine With Alums event in November. The networking and mentoring evening marked the event's 20th anniversary, with attendance growing each year. Seated at tables focused on their professional interests, students can learn from alumni once in their shoes—facing post-college life and finding their path.
Exploring a new job or career just got a lot easier with Vault Career Intelligence—a dynamic online resource featuring exclusive information about companies, careers, internships, and graduate schools—now available to students, faculty, staff and alumni through the Library’s website.
Stories in Three Dimensions
In her early 20s, Noreen Murphy Hughes ’78 thought “living the good life” meant traveling, being creative and wearing jeans to work. Now an architect, she’s found her path to success—but not without detours.