March 2016

Make Your Gift. Vote for Our Future!

We all share a sense of pride in La Salle’s unique and powerful legacy. Raise your blue and gold flags high on 3.22.16 and make a gift for our lasting mission on the third annual Lasallian Day of Giving!



Join Us For Your 50th Reunion Celebration

Congratulations, Class of 1966! This year is your 50th Reunion! Come celebrate on campus during Commencement Weekend, May 20–22.



2016 Alumni Board Elections

It’s time to vote in the first major election of 2016—for the Alumni Board of Directors! Take a moment to learn about this year’s candidates, then vote online for up to seven directors.



25th Anniversary of Sigma Phi Epsilon Celebration

Come back to 20th and Olney to celebrate the brotherhood, rich history, and 25 years of Sigma Phi Epsilon. Join your brothers for the party on Saturday, April 23!




Featured Grad Program: Master of Public Health

Take your education further with a Master of Public Health from La Salle! Students in the program gain valuable knowledge and skills in the five public health core competencies: social and behavioral sciences, health policy and management, environmental health, biostatistics, and epidemiology.



Athletic Bytes

William Bradshaw has been appointed as Interim Director of Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreation.

Steve Degnan, ’87, Gives $250,000 to men’s basketball.

The men’s swimming and diving team and men’s and women’s track and field teams had strong showings at their respective A-10 Championships.

La Salle hosted our annual student-athlete networking night before the men’s basketball game on Feb. 3.




Career  Circles

What do you wish you had known about your career while a student? Join our next Career Circles on Monday, April 18, to share that wisdom with current students, because one of the best ways to learn what you really want in a career is to talk with people in that field.



Featured Student: Erica Ellis, '17

"I have met many individuals who have already had such a positive impact in shaping who I am today, and who I have the potential to be. The University’s focus on service and social justice has resonated deep within me, and has given me a better overall perspective on life and my role in this world."