By Erin Peterson
After a high school hockey accident left him paralyzed, Matthew Brown ’16 didn’t think college would be in his future. But Brown found a good fit at Stonehill and has left a lasting legacy.
By Kim Lawrence
What do a pedestal tub, the Library’s balcony and a telephone booth all have in common? They are among some of the things and places on campus that you may have missed during your four years here. Take a look and discover a few unexplored areas.
By Bryan Marquard, Boston Globe
In March, Rev. Bartley MacPháidín, C.S.C. ’59, Stonehill’s eighth and longest serving president, died. Marquard’s article recalls Fr. MacPháidín’s wit, intellect and the contributions he made to the College and beyond.