Together and by Association

If you take a walk across the sprawling green of Hansen Quad and greet one of La Salle’s Christian Brothers, you’ll receive a warm smile in return. This gesture is the point of contact for a community of abundant faith, heritage, and compassion. But dive deeper and you’ll discover a richly textured microcosm of the […]

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Highlights

25th Annual Charter Dinner

Since its inception in 1993, La Salle has celebrated its March 20, 1863 founding with the annual Charter Dinner. The event raised more than $4.5 million and proceeds have gone to the University’s Scholarship Fund. Each year, the Lasallian Leadership award is presented to honor those who demonstrate outstanding leadership in the corporate, civic, governmental, […]

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Explorers Never Stop

La Salle Men’s Basketball. For many in the Philly Big 5 and college basketball world, it means a long storied history with a strong tradition like few others. For many La Salle alumni it means everything—they eat, sleep, and breathe Explorer basketball and are some of the most diehard and passionate fans in college basketball. […]

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Not All Those Who Wander Are Lost

While most college students around the country use springbreak as a time to let loose and relax from the rigors of the school year, many students at La Salle use that break for something bigger. Travel study courses and service trips continue to enrich the lives of students along with the lives of those around […]

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Changing the World One Education at a Time

In the halls of La Salle, the office of Richard Mshomba, Ph.D., ’85, looks much like what you might expect of any professor. A computer sits atop a desk surrounded by stacks of papers. There are two chairs for guests, a few special photographs, and a wall crammed from end to end with books and […]

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Lori King

No one would have blamed Lori King, ’97 if she decided to throw in the towel during her record-breaking open water swim around Bermuda. Her torn rotator cuff, swollen tongue, and nose and throat raw from the unforgiving salt water were the least of her worries. King had to fight through the painful 36.5-mile swim […]

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