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  • Watch for Jesus

    President Joe Therber

    Dear Scecina Community, 

     Advent and Christmas . . . two of our most favorite times of the year. Most, if not all, of us have fond memories of Christmases past.  

    Last weekend at Mass, on the first Sunday of Advent, the main theme was “Watch”: For Jesus in our hearts. For Jesus in our family, friends, and neighbors. And for Jesus confident that he will come again at the time of God’s choosing.

     I believe I have seen Jesus often in recent days. ... Read More

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  • Students learn culinary arts in Scecina's Baking Club

    By Beth Murphy, Director of Marketing Communications

    The Scecina Baking Club is happy to share the fruits of its labors. In the school’s commercial kitchen, they’ve baked dozens upon dozens of cookies and other treats for Scecina events. 

    The Baking Club is another example of a Scecina club started at a student’s request. Jean Donlan, assistant to Scecina President Joe Therber, and parent and caterer Laura Johnston fired up the Baking Club in August 2014. Aaron Okerson, then a sophomore, worked part-time at Hart Bakery on East 10th Street. He wanted to share his love of baking with other students. ...Read More

  • Alumni Spotlight: Jim Parise '87

    By Rose Branson, Donor and Alumni Relations Coordinator

    Jim Parise '87 traveled the farthest among his classmates for his 30th class reunion this past October. It's 3,200 miles from his current home in Juneau, Alaska, to Indianapolis.

    For the past 17 years, Jim has been living a life of adventure on the Last Frontier.  “After 30 years, I still feel like a member of the Scecina Community even though I live thousands of miles away. That feeling will never go away...Read More

     

  • Scecina grad's artwork at Clowes Hall reaches milestone

    By Bob Golobish, Vice President of Advancement

    Scecina graduate Conrad Cortellini ’61 has had an amazing work of art on public display for years. “Total Perspective Vortex,” his creation completed in 1989, has been hanging in the Grand Lobby of Clowes Memorial Hall of Butler University since 1992. 

    A 25th anniversary celebration took place on November 15, 2017. More than 200 people attended the event at Clowes Hall to admire the work and hear the latest from Cortellini. 

    The work’s title is taken from ...Read More

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