Immaculata Magazine Summer 2014 - page 29

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T
his summer, profiles of Immaculata’s
remarkable alumni are being housed within the pages
of this issue of the
Immaculata Magazine.
As seen in
our previous publication,
Profiles,
we are continuing
to highlight the stories of outstanding men and
women whose gifts were nourished at Immaculata
and who have multiplied those gifts among the wider
community.
The Immaculata graduates included in this issue
studied in the fields of Communication, Cultural
and Linguistic Diversity, English, Music, and Music
Therapy at Immaculata. Though these fields are
diverse, we invite you to see the common themes
among these stories. These alumni are using their
creativity to make something beautiful and enjoyable,
whether a children’s play, an English literature class,
a therapy session, a choral concert, or an article about
fashion trends. They are working to support education,
whether for disadvantaged adult students, English
language learners, or high school or college students.
And they are connecting with people, whether injured
workers, trauma survivors, musicians, internationals,
struggling students, hospitalized children and their
families, or the developmentally disabled.
We look forward to continuing to tell the stories of
our distinguished alumni in the future. As evidenced
by the variety of their individual achievements and
the quality of work they are doing, an Immaculata
education has been an integral part of their life
experience. And it wasn’t only the classes, but also
the community that influenced them and became a
formative force in the shaping of their minds, their
skills, their goals, their careers, and their values.
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