Alumni Stories

2016: Gene Bertoncini ’59

January 19, 2017

2016: Gene Bertoncini ’59

Harvey Award

In recognition of his distinguished work as a jazz musician, Gene Bertoncini ’59 was honored with the 2016 Rev. Arthur S. Harvey, C.S.C., Award. Read More

2016: Chuck Perrin ’69

January 19, 2017

2016: Chuck Perrin ’69

Lauck Award

For his success as a musician and dedication to bringing music to his community, Chuck Perrin ’69 was honored with the 2016 Rev. Anthony J. Lauck, C.S.C., Award.  Read More

Healing Eyes

October 13, 2016

Healing Eyes

Dr. Carol Lally Shields ’79 prepared the chemotherapy carefully, quadruple-checking that the dose was right and the equipment was clean. The last thing the patient needed was an infection. And this was not a routine operation.  Read More

From Dorm Parties to 10 Million Plays Online

June 17, 2016

From Dorm Parties to 10 Million Plays Online

The sound began in St. Edward’s Hall. It emanated from one computer and spread through the thin walls of Notre Dame’s oldest dormitory. It started out a bit rough, improved over time, and eventually moved beyond campus. And it has now been heard millions of times over. Read More

Anne Hamilton's Unconventional Path to SXSW Success

The Catholic Church’s Consultant in Chicago

December 10, 2015

The Catholic Church’s Consultant in Chicago

Though Betsy Bohlen ’90 once enjoyed success as a partner at Chicago’s McKinsey and Co., the business leader always knew she eventually wanted to direct her efforts toward non-profit work, especially within the Catholic Church. Read More

Heilman Reflects on ND, MLB Careers

Kate Sullivan's Leap to TV News

August 13, 2015

Kate Sullivan's Leap to TV News

When renowned television news anchor Kate Sullivan ’98 was a student at Notre Dame, her original career goals had nothing to do with journalism.

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Windy City Soccer Star Shipp on the Rise

July 9, 2015

Windy City Soccer Star Shipp on the Rise

Like many Chicago natives, Harry Shipp ’14 has a die-hard passion for his hometown teams. In this regard, he is like most fans in the city, except for one significant difference: He plays for one of the teams he grew up cheering for.   Read More

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