It's been nearly a decade since she walked through the Green Gate on graduation day, but Meghan Smith's '10 passion for Visitation and the education she received here is just as strong. Meghan returned to campus this fall as the Development Associate, responsible for planning two of the school's biggest fundraisers: Esprit de Noel and the Green Gate Gala.
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Exam season can be stressful. This year, Academic Dean Sue Foreman knew just what to do to help ease students pre-exam jitters: call her daughter.
When completed in 1883, the Brooklyn Bridge was the longest span suspension bridge in the world; it was the first to be constructed with steel cable wires, as opposed to traditional rope design. This iconic part of the NYC skyline was actually finished by a steel-powered superwoman: Emily Warren Roebling, Visitation class of 1860.
Music and theater are in her heart and soul. Marika Countouris, a Greek-Italian Pittsburgh native who moved to D.C. to attend Catholic University of America's prestigious musical theater program, joined Visitation this year as director of both the chorus and Madrigals and vocal director for the spring musical; she also offers private piano and vocal lessons to students.
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