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Jennifer Maguire ’86 M.B.A. ’94

Jennifer Maguire ’86, M.B.A. ’94 was appointed as San Jose’s Acting City Manager on July 25. Maguire is responsible for managing the day-to-day delivery of services to the community, advising the City Council, and implementing their policies. She oversees a $4.8 billion budget and leads a workforce of more than 6,600 full-time employees.

Alessandro Baccari ’49

It was a busy life, for sure. Somehow along the way, Alessandro Baccari ’49 produced broadcast programs including an award-winning show hosted by Mike Wallace, became Associate Dean of the Business College at San Francisco State University, established sixteen regional history museums in Northern California, won two Fulbright awards for his photography, served as president of the Fisherman’s Wharf […]

John “Jack” Bennett ’49

WWII interrupted John “Jack” Bennett ’49 studies at SCU. He left the University to serve in the Army Air Corps in the Pacific. After Jack was discharged as a sergeant, he returned to campus and married Nelda the same year he graduated. The couple had three children. In his professional life, Jack worked for State Farm. In retirement, […]

William James “Bill” Maronick ’53

The year after William James “Bill” Maronick ’53 graduated from SCU, he joined the U.S. Army as an officer. When he was discharged in 1957, he signed up to work with his brother Bob as a food broker for Geo L Tracy Co., where he represented Del Monte Foods. He was an active member of St. Ann’s […]

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Timi Sobrato created the untamable bronze Bronco—a piece that is gifted to members of the Founders Society.

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Bill Duffy ’82 joins effort to form first majority Black-owned NFL franchise, and bring football back to Oakland.

Essential Pivot
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Wear Bronco pride on your face, thanks to SCU face masks made by alums who adapted their apparel businesses to produce COVID-safety gear.

Even Kneeled
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“What does change look like?” wrote Julie Johnston Ertz ’14 in a joint statement about her decision to kneel during the national anthem.

Survival Strategy
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Fascinated by the little-known story of William Edward White, a Black man who passed as white to play professional baseball in 1879, Al Strane ’69 wrote a novel about it.

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Atypical Talent

To adapt to the pandemic, the Autism Society of San Diego got creative to showcase talent and continue providing support to families living with autism.

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Grandpa Bronco

Joe Biden’s grandfather helped mold him into the man he is. And Ambrose Finnegan? He was shaped by Santa Clara.