Author: Sam Thompson

Michaela Craner, ’23, M.S. ’24, is a part of the five-year track in Communication Sciences and Disorders.   When Michaela Craner, ’23, M.S. ’24, toured potential universities she wished to attend, […]

Commencement is an annual period of reflection for many graduates.  Here, two La Salle University students share why they became Explorers; what their time at 20th and Olney has brought […]

Ryan Haas, ’23, grew up visiting the University’s campus. He’s happy to be continuing his family’s connection to 20th and Olney.   Ryan Haas, ’23, wasn’t sure what life had in […]

Leah Brown, ’23, is following in her family’s footsteps by receiving a degree from 20th and Olney.   The connection Leah Brown, ’23, has to La Salle University spans generations.   Brown’s […]

Gage Sanchez, ’23, created Save Our Schools with his brother to improve infrastructure and encourage scientific learning in the Philippines.  Four window screens at Lopez Elementary School in Los Baños, […]

A resource center dedicated to autism and developmental disabilities support organized two campus events, including a talk on creating inclusive learning spaces.    April is Autism Awareness Month. This year, the […]

The ALTA program is a 15-week, college-readiness program to support Spanish-speaking students in enhancing English proficiency.   The National Endowment for Humanities awarded La Salle University a grant to fund a […]

U.S. News & World Report recognized La Salle University’s full-time MBA program in its most recent national rankings of graduate programs, announced April 25.    The La Salle full-time MBA program […]

Mike Wiacek, ’03, is the founder and CEO of Stairwell. The Lasallian values he learned at 20th and Olney are a part of his leadership strategy today.   Being passionately curious […]

Tom Curley, ’70, HON, ’07, spoke with students about careers in the media, free speech and truth in reporting.   On a sunny morning at La Salle University, the Communication Center […]