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Month: May 2012


Brother Álvaro Speaks About New Poverties and the Lasallian Mission

In an interview with Radio Vatican on Founder’s Day (May 15), Superior General Brother Álvaro Rodríguez Echeverría explained the...

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CBU Announces New Cybersecurity and Digital Forensics Degree

Exemplifying the Lasallian Education quality of advancing innovations in teaching and technology, Christian Brothers University (CBU) in Memphis, TN,...

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Documentary Featuring Bethlehem University to Premiere in Canada

A documentary featuring the story of Bethlehem University premieres June 3 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Across the Divide,...

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USAT and Canada Francophone Unite Together as RELAN

RELAN District Visitors: Bro. Fernando Lambert (Canada Francophone), Bro. Stanislaus Campbell (representing Bro. Donald Johanson, San Francisco), Bro. Timothy...

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Visitor Appointed for the RELAN District of Canada Francophone

The Superior General has named Bro. Louis-Paul Lavallée as Visitor of the RELAN District of Francophone Canada effective May 19...

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Matching Grant Helps Fund SMU’s First Generation Initiative

Saint Mary’s University in Winona, MN has raised $250,000 for First-Generation Initiative scholarships in 2012 partly thanks to a...

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Manhattan Alumnus Author James Patterson Donates Scholarships

Award-winning author James Patterson continues to support his alma mater, Manhattan College in Riverdale, NY, with the establishment of...

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Symposium Unites Lasallian Women

The Institute’s first-ever International Women’s Symposium was hosted by the PARC Region in Pattaya, Thailand from April 29 –...

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New Visitors Gather in Rome

  San Francisco District Aux. Visitor Bro. James Joost (2nd row, far left), Superior General Bro. Alvaro Rodriquez (4th...

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SMU Debuts iPad Learning

Brother William Mann discusses the iPad initiative. Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota (SMU) introduced its new iPad learning initiative...

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