A Preservationist’s Five Most Fascinating Finds

Lasallians are encouraged to “Never Stop Exploring,” but few graduates have taken that message as literally as Andrew Zellers-Frederick, M.A. ’10. Originally from the East Oak Lane section of Philadelphia, his first explorations began during childhood as family day trips to nearby Valley Forge and Gettysburg. Over the span of his impressive 30-year career, his […]

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M.A. in History Program Celebrates 10 Years

Celebrating its 10th anniversary this year is as much a mark of success for La Salle’s Graduate History program and its faculty as it is for the exceptional quality of alumni it has produced. Graduates from the M.A. in History and M.A. in History for Educators programs have applied the knowledge and skills they acquired […]

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The Search for Justice, the Call to Serve

“Love thy neighbor” was a commandment ingrained in Aida Marcial, ’02, from a young age. Raised in a tight-knit Catholic family, she said, “service was always in my head and my heart.” That strong desire to serve led her to a career in law enforcement, where she worked her way through the ranks in narcotics, […]

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The Fight Against Injustice in Bolivia

In the summer 2015 issue of La Salle Magazine, we profiled Aida Marcial, ’02, who has established herself in recent years as one of the premier global investigators of child abuse and human trafficking cases. Her work often takes her abroad to countries rife with human rights violations and corruption. The following account of Marcial’s […]

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A Call to Teach Leads to Fulbright

Rebecca Hutchinson, ’11, M.A. ’15, realized after a service trip to Tanzania during her freshman year at La Salle that she wanted to pursue a career as a teacher of English as a second language. That goal got a big boost recently, when she was awarded a 2015–16 Fulbright Scholarship to teach English in Turkey. […]

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From Student Government to Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania

From Student Government to Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania Mike Stack, ’87, grew up in the Somerton neighborhood in Northeast Philadelphia in what he called a “public service household.” His father was a political leader, his mother was a judge, and his grandfather served in Congress under President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. While his three brothers and […]

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