Fall 2008 Issue

Show me more than the money

Andreas School of Business alums are among a growing trend of workers who mix corporate culture with community service.
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Thirty Countries in 30 Years

When Jolene Mullins ’78 first stepped off the plane in Liberia as a young Peace Corps volunteer, she had only been out of the country once. After three decades of dodging gunfire and teaching children about the benefits of Vitamin A, she has very few regrets.
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At Home and Abroad

A word of advice from a visiting stranger led former Barry staffer Jean Wilkowski to a 35-year career in the U.S. Foreign Service.
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Sports Beat

Batter Up

Record number of Buccaneers drafted to Majors.
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Head of State

Delivering a message of “Save the FRAG,” Barry President Sister Linda Bevilacqua, OP, PhD, along with six Barry students and a small constituency of faculty and staff from the university met with state legislators in Tallahassee April 8-9 as part of Barry Days.
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Arts & Culture

In 3D

The graphic design, photography, and drawings of 12 Barry University graduating seniors were showcased April 5 – September 12 at the Monsignor William Barry Library gallery.
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Alumni Connection

Alumni Events

Great Florida Bank Corporate Day, The Art of Entertaining at Bloomingdale's, and New Student Welcome.
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