Cover of Immaculata Magazine Winter 2023 issue

Winter 2023

Read all about the new College of Nursing and Health Professions in the winter 2023 issue of the Immaculata Magazine. You can also keep updated on developments with campus ministry, discover the history of The Immaculatan and read about learning support services that are provided to our students. You’ll also be impressed by the three students who will be the first from Immaculata to be commissioned as officers in the U.S. Army. As usual, check out some of the amazing things our alumni are doing.

You can also download a PDF of this issue.

Summer 2022

In this issue of the Immaculata Magazine, student-athletes took center stage as the Mighty Macs of the 1970s and the current women’s basketball team were recognized. We also discover how our student-athletes excel academically. Check out stories on our nursing and business students and the impact of scholarships.

You can also download a PDF of this issue.

WINTEr 2022

Read about Immaculata’s historic past and ambitious future in this special Centennial issue. We also examine how first-generation students navigate college life. There are several stories on societal issues surrounding the environment, what asylum-seekers face when entering the U.S., and a faculty member’s fight to end sexual assault in Liberia.

Summer 2021

All roads lead to Immaculata in this issue of the magazine as we discover how far many students come to attend the University. Also, we feature four prominent alumni, who are leaders in corporate America and within the health care. In recognition of the 20th anniversary, we examine how 9/11 changed America.

WINTEr 2021

In the midst of a world-wide pandemic, this issue of the magazine highlights the resiliency of the Immaculata community to support students during virtual learning. In addition, we’ll look at several alumni who have helped others through their network connections, public health initiatives and detective work. We also celebrate the life of Sister Marian William Hoben, IHM.