Vote for the Wolf Pack!
Bona's student section, the Wolf Pack, has been nominated for the 2013 Naismith Student Section of the Year Award. The student section that earns the title wins national bragging rights, and $10,000 toward the university’s general scholarship fund. You can vote through Facebook or by entering your email address. Vote daily through February 6.
Go Bona's! Vote now!
School of Business alumni - blogging for students
Business Management graduate assistant, Lauren Travers, is starting a blog that she hopes will attract high school students to Bona's, by showing them what you can achieve and how St. Bonaventure can help you get there. Lauren is looking for submissions from Alumni to help get the blog started. Please answer the following questions and email them to Lauren:
-Where are you now? Job specifics.
-What was your major at St. Bonaventure and year of graduation.
-Do you feel that St. Bonaventure helped you get where you are today? If so, how?
-Favorite experience/memory/part of being in the Bona Bubble.
-Anything else you would want to relay to prospective high school students.
Email Lauren now
Bona Pride Day 2013 recap
A big thank you to all our alumni who participated and sent in pictures for Bona Pride Day. Check out the 60+ pictures on our Facebook page, and visit our website to see all the fun that faculty and staff had on campus.
Reunion 2013 - Registration begins early March
Honoring class years ending in 3 & 8, but anyone is welcome to attend! Honored class year members will receive the reunion brochure/registration form in early March.
Keep up with all the current reunion news
Alumni invited on SBU trip to the Emerald Isle
There are still a few openings for the Fr. Mychal Judge Center Ireland Program, traveling to Ireland and Northern Ireland June 25 to July 4. To register, please contact Larry Sorokes, Office of Lifelong Learning, 716-375-2304, firstname.lastname@example.org
Join the Mychal Judge Center and SBU on a 10-day journey to Ireland as we see the sights, enjoy the culture, hear from the people, and learn the historic, social, political and religious lessons that make this region one of the most beautiful, welcoming and fascinating places on earth.
Guests will visit the cities of Dublin, Galway, Derry and Belfast on this guided-learning tour of iconic cultural and historical venues. The cost is $2,580 per person and includes round-trip airfare from JFK to Dublin.
Schmidt the nation's best basketball coach for the money
Forbes ranking of college coaches has put men's basketball coach Mark Schmidt at the top of the list as the nation's best basketball coach for the money.
See how Schmidt made it to the top
VITA helps Cattaraugus County residents for 10th year
Students with the Volunteer Income Tax Assistant program have put in a lot of hours the past nine years - 15,000 to be exact. Accounting students have prepared 3,120 tax returns and earned county residents $4.8 million in refunds. You can take that to the bank!
Learn more about VITA and where to find them
Coming soon to a mailbox near you
In the newest edition of Bonaventure magazine, alums weigh in on how the job market looks on Main Street, U.S.A. Also inside: a profile on Jack Butler, ’51, one of the newest members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame; 10 pages of news and notes about your classmates; and an SBU landmark turns 75.
Interim director honors staff with electronic message board
Francine Z. Schaefer, former interim director of Human Resources, gifted the Office of Admissions with an electronic message board as a way to honor the hard work and excellence demonstrated by her colleagues.
See the board and learn more
Respected Franciscan theologian to lecture February 12
Kenan Osborne, O.F.M., will discuss the relational theology of the triune God in his lecture titled “Our Relational World Today: Exploring the Wisdom of St. Bonaventure” at 4:30 p.m., Feb. 12, in the Doyle Chapel.
Learn more about Fr. Kenan
Textile artist Ruta Butkus Marino's "Riffing on the Masters" is on exhibit at the Quick Center through May 31.
Learn more about Marino and the exhibit
Women's basketball falls to Charlotte
Men's tennis opens with victory
Read more at gobonnies.com
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