zens in the arts, non-profit and business worlds at the 16th annual
Gaudete Medal Awards Ceremony on April 26 at the Riverside
the Bonaventure Annual Scholarship Fund.
are pictured with Sr. Margaret Carney, O.S.F., S.T.D., president of the university.
Hammer, president and CEO of Hammer Packaging; and Dr. Anthony Bannon,
SBU class of '64 and director emeritus of the George Eastman House
International Museum of Photography and Film.
ST. BONAVENTURE IS EASY
Director of Athletics
teams play to their highest potential.
However, the reality is that these suc-
which was developed over the past two years,
addresses our challenges in part by underscoring
how critical facilities are to the recruitment and
development of student-athletes. Many of our
athletics facilities, we have found, are sorely lack-
ing in relation to those of our peers.
and/or renovated facilities that
total approximately $18.8 million.
The first two are a new women's
artificial turf on our soccer/lacrosse and softball
fields. We are also considering a new natatori-
um, an indoor practice facility and several com-
prehensive updates to the Reilly Center. As
more specific plans are determined, we will
share them with you and ask for your support.
will mean for our university -- and not just our
student-athletes, but all students and the
greater Bona's community for generations to
Locker Room Initiative at