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Faculty Profile

An Unforgettable Prof: Ed Kelly

“The consummate professional.”   “So down to earth.”  “He should have been on Broadway.”  When Ed Kelly’s students reminisce, each focuses on a different side of their old accounting teacher. But they all agree: Ed Kelly was an extraordinarily gifted professor. Greg Finerty ’70, a 30-year veteran of the prestigious PriceWaterhouseCoopers firm, recalls Kelly as man […]

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What I Really Learned

Sure, we learned lots of things at college. Our minds were stuffed with facts about history, science, and literature. The skills, methods, and habits needed to be a successful nurse, teacher, or businessman were drilled into us. Some of it stuck, and some was probably forgotten. But other lessons were learned at the College of […]

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An Interview With Tom O’Connor ’72

Tom O’Connor ’72 majored in biology and was an active member of his fraternity, Alpha Chi Rho, while attending the College of Steubenville. Today the president of the Pittsburgh head-hunting firm, O’Connor, O’Connor, and Lordi, Ltd., Tom recently talked to The Baronette about his work and college days. Q. So, who is the other O’Connor? Your father or […]

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