to place, our chapter leaders make sure the St.
Bonaventure spirit always shines through.
who assist them while they are on the road visit-
ing communities, enriching the student experi-
ence, and presenting the value of St. Bonaven-
ture University. A good example of this is the full
day of community engagement in Rochester as-
sociated with this year's "Meet the Deans" pro-
keep the commitment to provide our students
with pathways to internships, jobs and graduate
Executive Director of
Phone: (716) 375-2187
@ Duquesne, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Bonnies Men's Basketball
faces Dayton at home.
George Mason University, Fairfax, Va.
Championship, Richmond, Va.
Barclay's Center, Brooklyn, N.Y.
in St. Patrick's Day Parade, Charlotte, N.C.
venture alumni events is
sure to spark interest. Let's
trends express alumni interest and
that attendance numbers in the
"Athletic-Social" category are quite
robust. There was a spike in this cat-
egory associated with both the men's
and women's basketball teams'
NCAA runs. At that time, the num-
ber of events and variety of venues
increased with post-season play.
ways respond positively to the arrival
of Franciscans in their hometown. In
addition to the very impactful and
student focused "Mountain on the
Road" program, friars celebrate
Masses in many cities throughout
the year, and Franciscan scholars
often present retreats and programs
for alumni and friends. It is encour-
aging to know that our Franciscan
heritage continues to be borne out
in our current student population
and will, therefore, persist into the
ter Events" category. At chapter
events, alumni of all decades partic-
ipate in activities that gather Bon-