Major Mark Edney '94 is a urologist and general surgeon in the 399th Combat Support Hospital, a Massachusetts-based Army Reserve unit serving in Iraq. "There's nothing like a 4 a.m. mortaring for a wake-up," he said in a recent Boston Globe article.
Lilly Wahl-Tuco '99 is heading for France. Recently sworn into the American Foreign Service, she has been assigned to the U.S. Embassy in Paris as a vice consul, the New Hampshire Union Leader reported in an Aug. 14 column. "As a military 'brat' growing up abroad with an American father and an Italian mother in a bi-cultural, bilingual family, international affairs was always an interest of mine," she said, "but it wasn't until I attended Saint Anselm that I looked at a career in international relations."
The new head of the U.S. Secret Service launched his career as an Arlington boy and recent Saint Anselm grad who hoped to someday head the Boston field office. But when he joined the agency, they said, "Congratulations, you've got the job, and it's in Detroit,' " he told The Boston Globe in a recent interview.
Members of the Class of 1969 were the winners of Saint Anselm College’s 16 Annual Scholarship Golf Tournament, which raised nearly $37,000 to help worthy students receive a Saint Anselm education.
The ’69 winning fivesome at the June event included Jack Cullity, president of Cullity Insurance Agency in Manchester, who last year won the President’s Award, the highest honor given annually by the college. His teammates were Peter Harrity, Matthew Sochalski, Jeffery Burke and Kevin Geaney.
Tarek Saab '00, a candidate on the fifth season of NBC's The Apprentice, heard those dreaded words "You're Fired," during the May 2 episode.
Tarek, who lasted through week 10 of the show, offers some details about his experience on The Apprentice, his fondness for Saint Anselm College, and on his forthcoming book and clothing line during an interview with Charlie Sherman of WGIR Radio in Manchester, N.H.
For a written recap of the show as well as interviews, visit The Apprentice Web site.