Monday Morning Update

October 9, 2017


Woodrow Wilson Fellow: Dr. Kim Harris will bring her message of hope, justice, and music to campus for a week, starting October 23. An acclaimed storyteller, Harris is also an artist, teacher, and composer, one who dynamically integrates the arts and humanities into her work. Learn more about her visit to the College here. 

A Winkle in Time: What was campus like in the 1950s? We got a glimpse recently when Nicole Casper, director of Archives and Historical Collections, and President John Denning, C.S.C. opened a time capsule from the recently demolished Old Student Union. Take a look inside the capsule here. 

Blessing of the Pets: Alumni Minister Rev. Anthony Szakaly, C.S.C. recently spent an afternoon on the lawn outside Alumni Hall with alumni, faculty, staff and students at a special Blessing of the Pets service in celebration of the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi. Check out our snapshot here! 

Special Offer: If you are an alum who wants to accelerate your career, we have a deal for you! Save $6,600 over two years on your tuition when you take evening classes in our new part-time master’s program in Integrated Marketing Communications. Learn more about the program here. 

Coffee With Cops: Students and members of the Stonehill College Police Department chatted over free coffee on Wednesday as part of Coffee with a Cop Day, a program designed to improve trust and build relationships between police and the communities they serve. See a photo from the day here.