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Press Release | January 22, 2015
The Milwaukee Brewers today announced that Jeff Levering will join the organization as the newest member of the Brewers radio broadcast team. Levering will serve as a play-by-play broadcaster on select road games on 620 WTMJ and the Brewers Radio Network, as well as provide content for the Brewers online, social and new media channels.
ANDREW ROGERS ’12 was a finalist for the Silicone Prairie News SPA Student Entrepreneur award in recognition of his creation of JayClean. Partnering with Creighton University and Max-I Walker in Omaha Nebraska, JayClean provides dry cleaning services to University students, faculty, and staff. Creating a unique opportunity for students to learn outside of the traditional classroom environment JayClean is managed and operated by students at Creighton University and seeks to promote future entrepreneurial businesses at Creighton University.
Turner Spark ’00 Comedy Comes to New York! Turner, who lives Suzhou, China, started his comedy career in 2009 by founding Mainland China’s first standup comedy group – “Stand Up China” and has won international comedy competitions all over the world. Before taking the stage in 2009, Sparks founded Mainland China’s first American ice cream truck when he brought New Jersey’s “Mister Softee” trucks to China. Turner will be bringing his comedy to the Big Apple in late May. New York dates and locations are: Wed, May 27 – Gotham Comedy Club, 208 W.
In 2009 cofounded Hathway, an agency with 2014 revenue of $6 million that helps brands develop mobile applications and campaigns. Agency has nearly 50 employees and offices in San Luis Obispo, CA, and Tokyo. Clients include Behr Paint, Applied Materials and Transamerica. Hathway ranked No. 601 on the 2014 Inc 5000 in recognition of 791% revenue growth over a three-year period. Dundon is a member of the Cal Poly Industrial Technology Advisory Board.
Courtesy of Lynn Peithman Stock, Silicon Valley Business Journal
Jesuit High School set the foundation forMatt Cain’s drive for success early on. The school’s mission for students to be “A Man for Others” challenged him to a lifelong learner and leader in service to others.
We know … we know—he was selected ahead of Dan Marino in the 1983 Draft. But the greatest quarterback in New York Jets history (not named Namath) had a rifle for an arm, oodles of confidence and a couple of Pro Bowl appearances. Plus, he’s got one helluva Herschel Walker story.
The grounds of Jesuit High School have changed dramatically over the past few years, with renovations and upgrades to all aspects of our facility. View this student video to see what’s next for our great campus.
Congratulations to Kiera Anderson (“Best Ensemble”), Connor Mickiewicz (“Best Performance,” “Best Ensemble,” “Most Satisfying [Theater Experience]“) and Andrew Perez (“Best Performance”), all of whom were prominently featured in the Sacramento Bee’s 2013 Theatre Year in Review!
Click on the link to read Bee Theatre critic Marcus Crowder’s article.
HAYWARD, Calif. — The Pioneer men’s basketball coaching staff now features three former standout point guards. Head coach Gus Argenal has announced that Jay Flores has joined Cal State East Bay as an assistant coach for the 2013-14 season. Flores, who played collegiately for conference rival Chico State, was the California Collegiate Athletic Conference (CCAA) Most Valuable Player as a senior in 2011-12.
FORT SHAFTER, HAWAII — A four-star general took command of the Army in Asia and the Pacific for the first time in nearly four decades Tuesday as the military’s national security focus shifts to the region.
Gen. Vincent Brooks, 55, succeeded Lt. Gen. Francis Wiercinski, a three-star general who retired after leading U.S. Army Pacific for the past two years.
Throughout our history, Jesuit alumni have traditionally contributed to the Annual Fund at a 5% participation rate. Previously, we have leaned on our relative youth as an institution to justify our modest numbers. Today, we must turn the page on our organizational adolescence. It is time to ring in a new era and begin participating at a higher level.
SAN FRANCISCO — Acting Army Chief of Engineers Maj. Gen. Merdith “Bo” Temple promoted South Pacific Division Commander Col. Michael C. Wehr to the rank of Brigadier General, March 15, 2012 in a ceremony at the San Francisco War Memorial Veterans Building.
This is right around the time of the year when Dudley Adair’s side business starts to get busy.
The Carmichael native and his wife, who moved from Carmichael to Lincoln about four years ago, are weight loss coaches with Take Shape for Life, a company whose “coaches” sell meal replacements and provide weight loss plans and advice.
“We talk to people starting now with the holiday season upon us,” Adair said. “People seem more willing to listen at this time of the year than any other.”
Coming from a private high school in Sacramento, Ian Donahue knows a thing or two about small class sizes.
The 21-year-old UC Merced senior who attended Jesuit High School has been having flashbacks to his high school days lately, especially in courses for his materials science and engineering major, which often have as few as 10 students per class.
The small size of the newest UC campus was a major reason for Donahue’s decision to attend UC Merced, as well as the people on campus.
Just as our academic success hinges upon the diligence of our students and teachers, so too, our students and teachers depend upon the alliance of alumni, parents – current & past, and friends who continue to support the school and our mission with their generosity.
To meet our needs, we invite all of our supporters to consider a gift to the Jesuit Annual Fund.
The current fiscal year runs from July 1, 2011 until June 30, 2012. Please consider making a gift to the Jesuit Annual Fund this year. Every gift ~ no matter what size ~ makes a difference in the lives of our students every day.
On a beautiful, sunny Sunday morning, Kyle Lackner and Katherine Abdolhosseini ran to victory at the 11th annual Lake Natoma Four Bridges Half Marathon in Folsom.
Lackner, a 21-year-old Folsom resident, who graduated from Jesuit High in 2008 and currently runs cross country at Sac State, finished the 13.1-mile race before anyone else in 1 hour, 17 minutes and 33 seconds.
“It’s a good course and it’s good to win, but I’m not really pleased with my time,” Lackner said. “I was hoping to run under 1:10.”
The Alumni Office of Jesuit High School is seeking young alums in the Sacramento area to work as Alumni Relations & Development interns for a 2, 5 or 7 month period. Please take a moment to look over the position’s description, requirements and benefits laid out below.
Ken O’Brien wasn’t just on the Carson Palmer bandwagon – he was steering it.
O’Brien, the former Jesuit High School [class of 1978] and UC Davis quarterback who had two Pro Bowl seasons with the New York Jets, worked out Palmer in recent months to keep the “retired” quarterback’s joints from rusting.
After learning of Palmer’s acquisition by the Raiders, O’Brien beamed and said he backed Raiders coach Hue Jackson’s claim that Oakland had pulled off “the greatest trade in football.”