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Thursday
Nov122009

Jerome A. Frumento '79



Jerome "Jerry" A. Frumento counts as his largest influence Donna Wanland, who taught theology when he attended. Described as brilliant and idiosyncratic, Ms. Wanland was chair of the department and an adviser of Christian Action Movement (CAM).

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Thursday
Nov122009

O'Malley M. Miller '69



"Probably the most instrumental thing in my succeeding here, or anywhere was Rev. Eugene Colosimo, S.J. '31," O'Malley Miller '69 recalls. "He told me I was smart, but my performance was unacceptable. That was the first time anyone who wasn't named Miller told me that I was smart."

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Tuesday
Nov102009

Rev. Mario J. Prietto, S.J. '62



Rev. Mario J. Prietto '62, S.J. was on his way to class with a friend when Rev. Edward MacFadden, S.J., then principal of Loyola, stopped him with a order, "I have a job for you two boys." 

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Tuesday
Nov102009

Thomas E. Malloy '57



"I was actually kicked out of Loyola," Thomas E. Malloy '57 says with a wry grin. "Twice."

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Tuesday
Nov102009

Michael Enright '54



"When I met Mike, we were just a couple of scared freshmen, wondering what was going on with our lives," says Robert D. Kerslake '54 of his first encounter with Michael Enright '54.

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