by Heather G. Dotchel It might not seem likely that a quiet Catholic university in Northeast Philadelphia would be a hotbed of change, where solutions to the national troubles of higher education would percolate. It might also not seem likely that a college president with a long-standing appointment would be at the forefront of dramatic […]

by Gale Martin “I wanted him to make eye contact,” Donna Saraczewska confessed from the front of the classroom in Holy Family’s Education and Technology Center. With quiet urgency, she shared an experience working with an autistic child, her gestures underscoring the depth of her concern. “I wanted him to tell me something on his […]

by Sara Szymendera ’13 “Be who you are and be that well, in order to bring honor to the Master Craftsman whose handiwork we are.” –St. Francis de Sales During college, students are faced with the daunting task of deciding what to do after they graduate. While this is not easy for any student, senior […]