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A Message from the President

A Message from the President

Dear Faculty, Staff, Students, Alumni, Parents & Friends:

It is good to be home. I have repeated this phrase often in the past few months, both to myself and out loud. When I began my second tenure as president in July, I was immediately reminded of the vibrant community we have here at Scranton. As classes began, I saw students reacquainting with their friends and beginning to collaborate with faculty in classrooms and labs.

I have witnessed miracles happen on this campus beginning with my first tenure here. And in attending this year’s reunion — the largest ever — I was reminded of the miracles that happen out in the world, too, among our alumni, our agents of change. As you will read in the pages of this magazine, members of our community are teaching, serving and leading communities near and far, while our students are learning and discussing the most pressing issues of the day back at home.

Regardless of where they are stationed, students, faculty, staff, parents and alumni are forever bound to The University of Scranton and to the deep love and devotion that this work of God inspires. This is why, the theme of Inauguration, which you will also read about in this magazine, was focused on community and the quote from St. Robert Southwell, S.J., “Not where I breathe, but where I love, I live.”

I am endlessly grateful for the support and generosity of our alumni community. Please keep the University close to your hearts and in your prayers.

Sincerely,

Rev. Scott R. Pilarz, S.J.

President

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