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Notable alumni section[edit]

I removed a few people from this section because they do not have their own Wikipedia articles, which is required to establish notability. The information I removed is: Douglas Bobrowski, midday radio air personality "Doug Styles"; for CBS Radio station WBBM-FM (B-96.3), Chicago, Philip J. Cline, Superintendent of the Chicago Police Department (2003 - 2007)[1]

  1. ^ "Graduate Conference to Feature Chicago Police Superintendent Philip Cline". Lewis University. Retrieved January 1, 2014. </ref, Brad Fiorenza, cast member from MTV's The Real World: San Diego, John W. Kilpatrick, 3-time Daytime Emmy Award recipient for The Oprah Winfrey Show, Wayne Molis, NBA 1966-68 Player for New York Knicks and Houston Mavericks, David Ochs, Senior Sportswriter, Associated Press Broadcast Services, Washington DC, 1982-2006. Covered 9 Olympics. Recipient Lewis Alumni Achievement Award 2004, Joe Perrino, President, Home Run Inn Pizza, John V. Strolia, 7-time Daytime Emmy Award recipient for The Oprah Winfrey Show and Jay Zawaski, producer for CBS Radio's WSCRthe Score and The Danny Mac Show. Thanks--~~~~