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Winter 2021

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Their Hearts Belong to IU via I-95

“I like to say that I was ‘rescued’ by Immaculata after spending years chipping away at an engineering degree. At Immaculata, I found a sense of mission in completing my degree.” 

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Connecting the Dots of COVID-19

As a resident of Seattle, Washington, Bernadette Thomas ’01, M.D., M.S., found herself in the middle of the early “hot bed” of the COVID-19 pandemic in the U.S.

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Inner Body Experience

In January of 2020, the University secured a grant from the Henry A. Quinn Charitable Foundation to purchase an Anatomage Table, which is the world’s first virtual dissection table.

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Embracing the Beauty of Diversity

How well do you relate to people who are different from you—people of other races or ethnicities, people with disabilities, sexual minorities, people of different ages or body sizes, and other kinds of differences, whether obvious or subtle?

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Living in a Digital World

Immaculata University shifted to a new model of education, and in true IU fashion, faculty, staff and students quickly and enthusiastically embraced a new virtual reality.

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What’s New at IU: Winter 2021

Tuition Freeze for 2021-2022 Academic Year Tuition for 2021-2022 will remain the same for all academic programs. Room and board and all fees will also remain at the current rate for next year. All 10 of Immaculata’s associate...

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Soccer: Italian Style

When Andrew Thomer ’20 was contacted by a recruiter to enroll in the Soccer Management Institute program (SMI) following the conclusion of his senior soccer season at Immaculata, he jumped at the opportunity.

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Commencement 2020

Though it required extra creativity and persistence this year, Immaculata University held commencement ceremonies last Nov. 15. And not even the masks could hide graduates’ smiles.

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Family Ties

When Joanne Korpanty Solecki ’80 was leafing through “Barron’s Profiles of American Colleges,” she came across Immaculata—it was relatively close to her home in Livingston, New Jersey; it was affordable; and she appreciated that...

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Your Thoughts: What’s Your Favorite Movie?

My personal favorite movie is “National Lampoon’s Animal House.” Although it may not portray a college experience at all similar to my own, I’ve long found it to be simply one of the funniest movies ever. -Vincent...

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