Spring 2006
Tapestry

In this issue of Tapestry

UDM Alum Anita Barone
Anita Barone '86
Feature Story

Theatre alumni reach a larger audience

Graduates and former students of the UDM Theatre Company have been making a splash across the country in local theaters, on Broadway, on TV and in the movies. Read

Dean's letter

A message for alumni from Charles Marske, dean of UDM's College of Liberal Arts and Education. Read

Nicholas Rombes: Critical thinker, teacher and writer

Co-founder of the Electronic Critique program and prolific contributor to journals and books, Nicholas Rombes now focuses on the connection between early American authors and the emergence of digital cinema. Read

Interest in foreign languages evident at UDM

Although the United States' government has coined them "mission critical" languages, Arabic, Chinese, Korean, Russian, and Japanese have been offered through UDM's Language & Cultural Training Department for over 20 years. Read

College News

New Education Advisory Council; Theatre Company's Working; Aaron Parchem's Olympic Journey; LAE Student Valedictorian; Social Work News. Read

Faculty Notes

Some recent accomplishments by College of Liberal Arts and Education faculty. Read

Giving to UDM

  • We challenge you to make a difference! If made by June 30, your new or increased gift to UDM will be matched dollar-for-dollar! Please help support our students' educational experience. Challenge grant

Save the dates!

Jesuit founders Loyola, Faber, and Xavier

Sept. 25 – Oct. 7: UDM will celebrate Founders Week and Jesuit Jubilee, including a visit from the Superior General of the Jesuit order, The Very Reverend Peter-Hans Kolvenbach, S.J.
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