--2LT Steven Bane, Class of 2007, is serving in the U.S. Army. He graduated from flight school in May as a Chinook pilot and is currently assigned to Camp Humphreys in the Republic of Korea. Steve and his new wife Kelli, a nurse from Randolph, Iowa, plan on traveling while stationed in East Asia.
--Mike Dillon, class of 2008, is now in his second year of law school at Temple University. He spent the summer working in the Delaware County (PA) Court of Common Pleas.
--Raymond Girnys, Class of 2008, is now in his second year of law school. After finishing his first year ranked #9 out of 409 at New York Law School, Ray was graded into Law Review and accepted into the Honors Program. Currently he is working as a Research Assistant in international law.
--Celeste Gregory, Class of 2001, is now in her second year of a master's program in Sustainable International Development at Brandeis University. She has been selected for one of twenty-five fellowships with Catholic Relief Services (CRS) and will spend this year working in the CRS Burundi Office.
--Thomas Guiler, Class of 2009, is a graduate student in History at Syracuse University. Tom is serving as a Teaching Assistant.
--Sarah Malcolm, Class of 2008, is enrolled in graduate school at Rutgers University.
--Colette Mazzucelli, Class of 1983 was selected to participate in a Faculty Spotlight on Foreign Affairs published by the Council on Foreign Relations.
--2LT Matthew Pastore, Class of 2008, is serving in the U.S. Army. Currently he is assigned to a cavalry unit in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He was trained with the Abrams tanks at Fort Knox.
--Donna Schank Peterson, Class of 2004, is working on her Ph.D. in History at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque. In addition, she is serving as an editor for the New Mexico Historical Review. In June, Donna and her husband welcomed their daughter Emma Madison. After graduating from Scranton with BA and MA degrees in History, Donna lived and worked on the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation in Montana.