Tim Rodgers ’71 and Michael Soehngen ’67 received this distinguished honor for their dedicated and enduring service to SLUH.
Registration is open for the Fr. Hagan Alumni Cup on June 25 in Forest Park.
Msgr. John Shocklee '35, a Civil Rights icon, left a lasting influence on the community.
Hollywood screenwriter Mark Gunn '89 talks about the creative process in a SLUH Magazine feature.
Doug Auer '95 shares insights and perspectives from his remarkable journey as an artist, innovator and business owner.
How SLUH's first Asian student made his way to the U.S. and found the secret to enjoying life.
The pandemic motivated Jerry Anselmo '63 to reinvent his annual fundraiser for the BMA Foundation.
Joy Meisel is making a lasting gift to the Chapel renewal project in memory of her deceased husband George '52.
On the first Friday of every month, SLUH invites students, parents and alumni to Mass in the main Chapel at 7:00 a.m.
Fr. Stewart celebrated his first Mass in the SLUH chapel on Sunday, August 16, one day after his ordination.
Former SLUH President Fr. Tom Cummings, SJ '56 peacefully passed away on August 9, 2020.
Ben Rosario ‘98, a prolific runner in high school, continues to achieve new levels of success, now as a running coach on a new stage: the Olympics.
Brian Roy ‘90 embodies the Man for Others philosophy as Executive Director at Variety St. Louis, where he helped SLUH freshman Nick George.
Rob Cooper ’90, who attributes his success to his SLUH experience, is giving back through a generous gift in his will.
Steve Nicollerat, legendary SLUH baseball coach and computer science teacher, recently caught up with Tim McKernan '94, local sports radio broadcaster.
Tim Curdt ’90 has been recognized with the Emerson Excellence in Teaching Award.
Lee Berra ‘02 always knew he wanted to fly. But something differentiated him from most others – he actually followed through.
Garrett Gray '55, the seventh African American to graduate from SLUH, stands tall among many distinguished alumni.
Inspired by gratitude, Kevin ’89 and Amy Gunn are giving back to SLUH through life insurance.
Nearly 100 graduates from the Class of 1969 met at SLUH on October 11 to celebrate their 50th reunion.