AWaywithWordsNebraskastatepoetMattMason’90findsasenseofplacevarhtmlDiv=document.getElementById("rs-plugin-settings-inline-css");varhtmlDivCss=".tp-caption.subtext,.subtext{color:#ffffff;font-size:20px;line-height:24px;font-weight:400;font-style:normal;font-family:MillerDisplayLight;text-decoration:none;background-color:transparent;border-color:transparent;border-style:none;border-width:0px0px0px0px;border-radius:0px0px0px0px}";if(htmlDiv){htmlDiv.innerHTML=htmlDiv.innerHTML+htmlDivCss;}else{varhtmlDiv=document.createElement("div");htmlDiv.innerHTML=""+htmlDivCss+"";document.getElementsByTagName("head")[0].appendChild(htmlDiv.childNodes[0]);}if(setREVStartSize!==undefined)setREVStartSize({c:'#rev_slider_64_1',responsiveLevels:[1240,1024,778,480],gridwidth:[1000,1024,778,480],gridheight:[500,500,400,300],sliderLayout:'auto'});varrevapi64,tpj;(function(){if(!/loaded|interactive|complete/.test(document.readyState))document.addEventListener("DOMContentLoaded",onLoad);elseonLoad();functiononLoad(){if(tpj===undefined){tpj=jQuery;if("off"=="on")tpj.noConflict();}if(tpj("#rev_slider_64_1").revolution==undefined){revslider_showDoubleJqueryError("#rev_slider_64_1");}else{revapi64=tpj("#rev_slider_64_1").show().revolution({sliderType:"hero",jsFileLocation:"//magazine.scu.edu/wp-content/plugins/revslider/public/assets/js/",sliderLayout:"auto",dottedOverlay:"none",delay:9000,responsiveLevels:[1240,1024,778,480],visibilityLevels:[1240,1024,778,480],gridwidth:[1000,1024,778,480],gridheight:[500,500,400,300],lazyType:"smart",parallax:{type:"mouse",origo:"enterpoint",speed:2000,speedbg:0,speedls:0,levels:[2,3,4,5,6,7,12,16,10,50,47,48,49,50,51,55],},shadow:0,spinner:"off",autoHeight:"off",disableProgressBar:"on",hideThumbsOnMobile:"on",hideSliderAtLimit:0,hideCaptionAtLimit:0,hideAllCaptionAtLilmit:0,debugMode:false,fallbacks:{simplifyAll:"off",disableFocusListener:false,}});};/*ENDOFrevapicall*/};/*ENDOFONLOADFUNCTION*/}());/*ENDOFWRAPPINGFUNCTION*/AlumniClassNotes.vc_custom_1548438224880{margin-bottom:0px!important;border-bottom-width:0px!important;padding-bottom:0px!important;}.vc_custom_1548437992868{margin-top:0px!important;margin-bottom:0px!important;border-top-width:0px!important;border-bottom-width:0px!important;padding-top:0px!important;padding-bottom:0px!important;}LaurenceE.PetersonJ.D.’72LaurenceE.PetersonJ.D.’72wasborntoElginandDoreneLaynePetersoninthefarmingcommunityofStirling,Alberta.Theyoungestoffive,hewasraisedbyparentswhotaughthimhowtowork,love,andservehisfamily,community,andfaith—tohislastbreath.Inhisyouthheearnedhispilot’slicensewhile[…]EugeneF.Lynch’53BorninSanFranciscoonDec.2,1931,EugeneF.Lynch’53wasthesonofAngelaandEugeneJ.Lynch.WhilegrowingupintheMissionDistrict,heattendedSt.CharlesSchoolandwasaproudalumnusoftheclassof1949atSt.IgnatiusHighSchool,wherehetookthehonoraryclassicalcourse[…]TeresaHarbaugh’69Bornin1948toDorisandLouisGabriel,TeresaHarbaugh’69grewupinSanBernardino,California,attendingSt.Bernardine’sHighSchool.ShegraduatedfromSCU,duringwhichtimeshestudiedattheUniversityofVienna.ContinuingherstudiesatMillsCollegeandUCBerkeley,shereceivedasecondaryteachingcredentialfromtheUniversityof[…]HelenFruminM.A.’76Adedicatedpeaceactivist,teacher,andcounselor,HelenG.FruminM.A.’76foundtheWomen’sStrikeforPeaceandtheCommitteeofResponsibility.SheandhusbandMorriswerelongtimesupportersofthemovementsforcivilrights,peace,civillibertiesandsocialjustice.Alsoawifeandmother,HelendiedathomeinNewton,Massachusetts,on[…]ReadMoreMoreAlumniNews.vc_custom_1541486833165{margin-top:0px!important;margin-bottom:0px!important;border-top-width:0px!important;border-bottom-width:0px!important;padding-top:0px!important;padding-bottom:0px!important;background-color:#363c40!important;}.vc_custom_1548438649508{margin-bottom:0px!important;border-bottom-width:0px!important;padding-bottom:0px!important;}.vc_custom_1539207830078{margin-top:-25px!important;margin-bottom:0px!important;border-top-width:-25px!important;border-bottom-width:0px!important;padding-top:-25px!important;padding-bottom:0px!important;}.vc_custom_1548439412942{margin-bottom:0px!important;border-bottom-width:0px!important;padding-bottom:0px!important;}

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Laurence E. Peterson J.D. ’72

Laurence E. Peterson J.D. ’72 was born to Elgin and Dorene Layne Peterson in the farming community of Stirling, Alberta. The youngest of five, he was raised by parents who taught him how to work, love, and serve his family, community, and faith—to his last breath. In his youth he earned his pilot’s license while […]

Eugene F. Lynch ’53

Born in San Francisco on Dec. 2, 1931, Eugene F. Lynch ’53 was the son of Angela and Eugene J. Lynch. While growing up in the Mission District, he attended St. Charles School and was a proud alumnus of the class of 1949 at St. Ignatius High School, where he took the honorary classical course […]

Teresa Harbaugh ’69

Born in 1948 to Doris and Louis Gabriel, Teresa Harbaugh ’69 grew up in San Bernardino, California, attending St. Bernardine’s High School. She graduated from SCU, during which time she studied at the University of Vienna. Continuing her studies at Mills College and UC Berkeley, she received a secondary teaching credential from the University of […]

Helen Frumin M.A. ’76

A dedicated peace activist, teacher, and counselor, Helen G. Frumin M.A. ’76 found the Women’s Strike for Peace and the Committee of Responsibility. She and husband Morris were longtime supporters of the movements for civil rights, peace, civil liberties and social justice. Also a wife and mother, Helen died at home in Newton, Massachusetts, on […]

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