Rev. L. John Topel, S.J., Grad ’73 is Jesuit assistant to the law school dean at Seattle University. He previously served as pastor for 13 years in the Seattle Archdiocese.
Dennis Sell, Bus Ad ’72 published a 400-page coffee table-sized book with nearly 300 pictures titled The Glory Days of Algoma High School Boys’ Basketball, 1948–1968, and a Fond Look Back at Algoma’s “Good Old Days”.
Edward Pontacoloni, Arts ’72, Edu ‘1972 received a bronze medal in the Reader’s Favorite 2016 International Book Award Contest. He received the award in the animal fiction category for his work Rooster. He is an attorney, outdoorsman and general counsel to the Dr. John E. Flaherty Field Trial Clubs Association Inc.
Ronald Hofer, Arts ’72, Law ‘1981 was named a distinguished professor by the National Judicial College in Reno, Nev. He is the first distinguished professor in NJC’s 53-year history and has taught there since 1994.
Rhaoul Guillaume, Eng ’71 received the Lifetime Achievement Award of the Louisiana Chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers.
Richard Rakita, Law ’70 joined von Briesen & Roper S.C. as counsel in the Milwaukee office. He focuses on real estate transactions and litigation, and business law.
John Nuhn, Jour ’69 was named president of the North American Nature Photography Association Foundation for the second time, having served previously from 2004–09. The foundation is the fundraising arm of the NANPA, an organization he helped found in 1994. He has also been elected to the board of the International League of Conservation Photographers, […]
Collins Fitzpatrick, Arts ’66 received the Professionalism Award from the American Inns of Court on Nov. 5, 2016.
James Kolata, Arts ’64 emeritus professor of physics at the University of Notre Dame, wrote Elementary Cosmology: From Aristotle’s Universe to the Big Bang and Beyond, published by the Institute of Physics Publishing.