Saint John's Magazine
As musician or humanitarian, Maurer keeps his wheels rolling
His epic benefit bicycle trips have taken him across the U.S. and the globe. His stellar musical career has connected him with Eric Clapton and exceptional performances. George Maurer ’88 has made his mark at Saint John’s and around the world, through music and devotion to charitable, Benedictine causes. This is the profile of an eclectic, exceptional Johnnie.
Bahamians making vibrant impact, at SJU and around the world
Saint John’s Student Senate President David Johnson III is one of a record number of Bahamians currently attending SJU/CSB. That number is surging, helping to build upon the historical connection between the Caribbean island nation and Collegeville, and those Bahamian students and graduates are thriving and shining. These are some of their uplifting stories.
Historian presidents left indelible mark at Saint John’s
They were historians, but they also were builders and visionaries. University presidents Fr. Colman Barry, OSB, Fr. Michael Blecker, OSB and Br. Dietrich Reinhart, OSB all made pivotal contributions, and Saint John’s Chair of Critical Thinking Nick Hayes ’69 takes an insider’s look at their accomplishments and their impact on the future of the institution.