from bringing work home, the huge pile of books
on Matt Dabrowski's nightstand reflects the career
ated from St. Bonaventure in 2004.
ident Obama's first year in office, a book on Russian poli-
tics ..." Dabrowski said and mentioned another book on
interest rate markets. "Our job as political analysts at the
bank is to pay attention to political developments all over
the world where they may affect financial markets."
partment at Citigroup in New York City.
Dabrowski said. "Our Franciscan values and the faculty,
staff and classmates provide an experience you really can't
get anywhere else."
Hall his freshman year, Doyle his sophomore year and then
migrated to the townhouses as a junior and senior.
Dr. Jim Moor and Dr. Neal Carter, who were also very in-
athletics fields remain the univer-
sity's top facility priority, and
had been raised. The goal is
to complete fundraising by
May 31, 2014, which would
allow construction to take place next sum-
mer. The planned opening is the fall of
two fields -- the multi-purpose field,
which is home to the Bonnies' men's and
teams, and the softball field. The project
plans also include the addition of lighting
fields will enrich the experiences of St.
Bonaventure students and prospective stu-
dents in ways that cannot take place now.
sion I teams that will utilize them, but for
the campus and the community as a
whole," said St. Bonaventure Athletics Di-
rector Steve Watson. "We are incredibly
grateful to Tom and Michelle Marra and
want to encourage other Bonnies fans to
help us complete the fundraising on
in Charlotte and Raleigh, N.C., Washing-
ton, D.C., and Naples, Fla.
the Advancement Office at (800) 664-
1273 to speak with a gift officer.
Connecticut and then worked in
campaign politics for nearly 10
taken him across the country and
around the world. "I've lived in 13
cities over the past 10 years; that's
just part of the campaign lifestyle.
It's a career where one moves
nates at the Devereux level and is
an honored member of the uni-
versity's Young Grotto Society.
able out of school," he said. "I've
always thought it was important
to even do small things and re-
connect with Bonaventure and my
what I brought to the workforce
after I left," he said. "Giving to
Bonaventure reminds us of the
connection we have to the fun
times in the past and our
written posts on her blog,
since she was 14.