Front Lines

SCU alumni report back from working on the front lines of the COVID-19 crisis.

As a postpartum nurse at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City, Paulina Flint De Castro ’02 is called on to help—and worry over— new mothers, many of whom gave birth without their partners because of the pandemic.

Emergency physician Nick Johnson ’05 witnessed the birth of the known-coronavirus outbreak in the U.S., as a doctor in hard-hit Seattle.

Mother-baby nurse Sonia Suri ’13 says bringing a human connection through a face shield changes the job. As she was assigned shifts in the ICU, “It was nice to be able to bring human- ity to patients who are very isolated,” Suri says. “Just taking the time to talk to people who are being quarantined and are alone reminded me why I do this work.”

In that, she is joined by Broncos like Anna Ryan ’93, whose Protect with Heart project distributes fun scrub hearts to frontline workers, and many, many others. Thanks for all you do.

How to Be a Comeback Kid

The kids may not be as all right as we thought. Michele Borba ’72, M.A. ’75 details the teachable traits they need to get back to baseline.

Getting the Ball Rolling

Four Bronco alumni want to bring pro women’s soccer to the Bay Area.

Moving Up

Setting the tone: Bronco to lead Spanish and English language channels in CA’s second biggest city.

Those Who Tee Together

Broncos hit the green, raising money for cancer research in honor of a Bronco mom.