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On Monday, January 14, Immaculata alumna Mary Scharff ’77 passed away at the age of 64. Mary played on the 1974 Mighty Macs women’s national basketball championship team and was named a Kodak All-American her senior year. Mary continued coaching at the high school and collegiate levels, including 11 years as head coach at Immaculata.read more
AJ Castaldi ’21 did not want to get out of the car on his first visit to IU. Nor did he want to go to IU’s Enactus club meeting. But he ended up attending the Enactus World Cup as a member of the student advisory committee.
Kathleen Solari ’06 has been selected as the 2019 recipient of the Excellence in Radiation Therapy Nursing Award presented by the Oncology Nursing Society.
When Stephen Brandt, now in IU’s K-12 educational leadership Ed.D. program, became principal at Roxborough High, it was on the state’s list of “persistently dangerous” schools. But Brandt and his team began to change the culture of the school.
“IU is a hidden gem!” We hear it all the time and appreciate the sentiment, but we are working hard to be loud and proud and make waves.
The Women’s Soccer team captain shares her thoughts on being a strong leader in this quick Q&A.
Carrie Quigley, ’19
Elementary and Special Education
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