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During his senior year at Stonehill, Robert Rivers '86 was asked to develop a “business plan” for his life after college. The idea was to aim high…
During his senior year at Stonehill, Robert Rivers '86 was asked to develop a “business plan” for his life after college. The idea was to aim high…
This week's Monday Morning Update reports on some Thanksgiving reflections from members of the Stonehill community.
This week's Monday Morning Update reports on President John F. Kennedy, the 2013 Alumni Auction, Larry DiCara, the Annual Report to Donors, backpacking across Europe, the Nakamichi concert photos, giving thanks, Stonehill's women's cross country team, and the Stonehill football and field hockey teams…
The assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas on November 22, 1963 stunned the Stonehill community as it did the rest of the country. At the…
Former Boston City Council member Lawrence DiCara will visit Stonehill College on Tuesday, November 19th at 12 noon to discuss his new book Turmoil & Transition…
This past summer, recent Stonehill graduate Domenique Ciavattone '13 completed a 20-country backpacking adventure with two of her fellow Stonehill classmates…
This week's Monday Morning Update reports on Stonehill's STEM programs, seven alumni working in the State House in Boston, the upcoming events at the Martin Institute, Lieutenant William C. Murphy ’63, Kristen Kennedy ’14, the 2013 Nakamichi Gospel Concer
Among the leading researchers and writers on men and masculinity, Dr. Michael Kimmel will speak at Stonehill’s Martin Institute onWednesday, Nov. 13th…
At their 50th Reunion, as they gathered for their induction into the Pillar Society, the Class of 1963 did not forget classmate William Murphy.
The Stonehill Theatre Company and the Department of Visual and Performing Arts will present their fall 2013 production Brontë by British playwright Polly…
A grant from the Henry Luce Foundation’s Clare Boothe Luce (CBL) Program will fund six undergraduate scholarships for four female students enrolled in…
Noted soloist Sharon Molden, who has performed numerous times with the Boston Pops Gospel Choir, and who currently performs with the Messiah Baptist Church…
In these days of legislative gridlock and partisan divisions, politics can be a dirty word in some quarters. Yet, for seven young Stonehill alumni, public…
This week's Monday Morning Update reports on Kelvin Ramirez '01, Michael Lennon ’63, The Common Application, Stonehill's Cross country coach Karen Boen, the annual Alumni Mass of Thanksgiving, share why you are thankful this holiday season, and a Hallowe
In high school, Laura Sidla ’11 cohosted a student art gallery in Rhode Island to give young artists the chance to show their work. Proceeds from gallery events went to international charities. In recognition of her work, Sidla earned a college scholarshi
Kelvin Ramirez ’01 is an art therapist…not a filmmaker. But lately he’s found himself immersed in the movie business. As producer of Art Therapy:…
Prison art specialist Phyllis Kornfeld will lead a discussion at the Kruse Center in the Cushing-Martin building on Tuesday, November 5th at 6 p.m.
The author of the critically-acclaimed new biography of Norman Mailer is J. Michael Lennon ’63, an English major at Stonehill and a contributor to The…
This week's Monday Morning Update reports on a Learning Community Mentoring Through Art, Charles Everett Pace, the Stonehill football team, Facebook Fans, the newest edition of the Stonehill Alumni Magazine, and Thanksgiving.
This week's Monday Morning Update reports on the new pedestrian bridge, Alum J. Michael Lennon's biography on Norman Mailer, Donahue Hall, the Alumni Auction, a student art project, and Megan Lewis '14.
Co-author of the new book Woman President: Confronting Postfeminist Political Culture (August 2013), Dr. Karrin Vasby Anderson will speak in Stonehill’s…
Look into one of the art studios at Stonehill College on a Tuesday and you will see that knowledge and leadership skills sometimes develop while sitting cross-legged on the floor with fingers and faces flecked with brightly colored acrylic paints.
Stonehill College celebrated the opening of its new pedestrian bridge at a special dedication ceremony on Thursday, October 17. The bridge, which is named…
This week's Monday Morning Update reports on Emma Graig '15, Professor of English Daniel Itzkovitz, Stonehill's new agreement with Regis College, the Chet Raymo Literary Series Lecture, Marquis Taylor ’06, and Ryan Gaul ’96.
Greg Watson, the Commissioner of Agricultural Resources for Massachusetts, will speak at the College’s Martin Institute on Wednesday, October 23 at 4…
As President Obama calls for more affordable higher education, Regis College and Stonehill College are responding, beginning with a graduate program that…
Author and University of California- Berkeley History Professor John Connelly will discuss his new book, From Enemy to Brother: The Revolution in Catholic…
This week's Monday Morning Update reports on Jane Thierfeld Brown, Stonehill's new logo, the new bridge, Democratic candidate Joe Avellone, an upcoming performance by the United Brass Quintet, Family Weekend, and the new Stonehill Skyhawk Online Shop.
Stonehill unveiled today a new visual mark at a special community presentation in the Pettit Atrium of the Shields Science Center. The new mark, which…
The College has invited a leader in the field of disability service, Jane Thierfeld Brown, to campus for two days of meetings with faculty, staff and students…
International award-winning cartoonist, film director, and children’s book author Marjane Satrapi will be this year’s featured guest at the annual…
This week's Monday Morning Update reports on Peter Wong and Healthcare Administration Professor Warren Dahlin, Neil Roche ’53, Professor of English Barbara Estrin, Bill Driscoll ’68, and studying abroad.
The Martin Institute at Stonehill College will welcome immigration and citizenship law scholar Hiroshi Motomura on Thursday, October 3 for a talk titled…
A new documentary about the life of poet Edwin Honig features Stonehill Emerita Professor of English Barbara Estrin. The film, First Cousin Once Removed…
This week's Monday Morning Update reports on the inauguration of Fr. John Denning, C.S.C. as the College’s tenth president, Dan Farley ’92, Christine Ferretti ’92, Board Chair Thomas May ’69, the Fruit & Yogurt Bar Social, and Inauguration photos.
I extend a warm welcome to everyone here at Stonehill today, delegates from other colleges and secondary schools, alumni from every class in our history, my confrères in Holy Cross, parents, friends, trustees, neighbors and members of my own family. We are so glad that you have joined us on this joyous…
The Presidential Inauguration for Rev. John F. Denning, C.S.C., the tenth President of Stonehill, was held today, Friday, September 20th in the College’s…
Stonehill will welcome acclaimed author and former member of President Barack Obama’s transitional team, David Kirp to the Martin Institute on Thursday…
Academy Award winning director Sean Fine will visit Stonehill’s Martin Institute on Wednesday, September 25th to discuss his documentary film Inocente…
This week's Monday Morning Update reports on Inauguration Week, Stonehill's new faculty, Jeff Santos '15, the Back to School Backpack Project, Peace in Syria, Stonehill's award-winning website, Fr. Fancis Grogan, C.S.C., and Stonehill's 9/11 memorial serv
This academic year, we welcome six full-time faculty, two teaching fellows and a lab instructor to the College. Our new faculty members are credentialed, published and experienced experts in the disciplines of Biology, Business Administration, Chemistry,
The Presidential Inauguration Ceremony for Rev. John F. Denning, C.S.C., the tenth president of Stonehill College, will be held on Friday, September 20th…
This week's Monday Morning Update reports on Daniel "Bud" Roche, Katie Shannon ’04, Arlene (Arruda) McNamee ’68, Professor Karl Giberson, Adjunct Professor of Sociology and Criminology Paul Dawley, and Tara Daniels ’14.
The Cushing-Martin Gallery at Stonehill will feature the work of non-representational painter and mixed media artist Adria Arch through September 27th…
This week's Monday Morning Update reports on Move-in Day, the Class of 2017, the Lou Gorman ’53 Pavilion, Matt Plummer ’15, Stonehill’s Mu Omega Chapter, and the College’s new website.
This summer, Philip Gasbarro ’14 and Brendan O’Sullivan, associate professor of philosophy, tackled a provocative question: Can the mind fit in to…
Economics major Paul Fazio ’14 used to dread research, but the SURE program opened his eyes to the life-changing impact it can have on economic policy…
While translating the poetry of Russian symbolist Alexander Blok, psychology and sociology double major Laura Dzgoeva ’14 (who is also happens to be…
With the 2014 Eastern New England Biological Conference in their sites, Jillian Bouchard ’15, Alexa Caruso ’15, and Stephen Leonard ’14 worked with…
Building on the work of past SURE scholars, Jane Farrell ’14 and Sarah Pearson ’14 helped Christopher Poirier, associate professor of psychology, to…
Exhibition space in newly expanded Sports Complex to honor the Red Sox legend
Stonehill students who are members of the accounting and financial information honor society Beta Alpha Psi (BAP) were named the winners of the 2013 Ernst…
This week's Monday Morning Update reports on The Princeton Review, Brankley Garcia ’17, Jessica Mardo ’13, Professor John Rodrigue, Bernie Dennis ’70, and Camp Shriver at Stonehill.
The education services company features the College in the new 2014 edition of its annual college guide, "The Best 378 Colleges.” Only about 15% of America’s…
This week's Monday Morning Update reports on Ed Cooley ’94, John Hepburn, a new campus bridge, Peter Ubertaccio, Stonehill's Head Baseball Coach Pat Boen ’89, and Paige Allen ’13.
The polyphemus moth is now on record in the Butterflies and Moths of North America (BAMONA) database for Easton after its presence on campus was brought…
Further unifying the campus on a pedestrian level is part of the College’s master plan and, to that end, work has begun on building a bridge across Ames…
This week's Monday Morning Update Reports on a College of Distinction, Pamela Bardhi ’13, the Back-to-School Backpack Project, Political Science Professor Anna Ohanyan, John “Jack” Brebbia ’53, and the Narragansett Summer Running Festival.
Political Science Professor Peter Ubertaccio's op ed article on the Commonwealth's political position appeared in the "Boston Globe" on Saturday, July 29th.
This week's Monday Morning Update reports on Camp Shriver, Marquis Taylor ’06, Associate Professor of English Sarah Gracombe and author Jane Austen, the Albert Cullum Memorial Teaching Scholarship, and Tom MacDonald ’80.
Associate Professor of English Sarah Gracombe, who teaches classes on 19th-century British literature and culture says Jane Austen's work has never gone…
Stonehill College is committed to educating the mind and the heart and the result is a community where acts of compassion and courage abound. Whether it’s…
This week's Monday Morning Update reports on President John Denning, C.S.C., Cheryl Bartlett '06, My Brother's Keeper, Jason Lynch ’11, summer orientation, and Stonehill's Blueprint Summer Program.
After 13 years of working at the College, most recently as the Vice President for Student Affairs in the Duffy Academic Building, today Rev. John Denning…
This week's Monday Morning Update reports on Orientation, Ed Roster '58, the Clark Challenge, Judith Salerno '73, a new grant from the Templeton Foundation, a report from the ACCU, and our latest Picture of the Week.
The John Templeton Foundation has awarded Stonehill a $200,000 two-year grant to explore the significance of randomness in the natural world and its intersection—or…
Ed Roster '58 shares his experience in an advanced French class at Stonehill.
This week's Monday Morning Update reports on Professor Mitchell Glavin, Professor Karl Giberson, the Cogs Classic Golf Tournament, the Gordon Research Conferences, Rev. Jim Fenstermaker, C.S.C. ’77, and Lulu the pit bull.
This week's Monday Morning Update reports on the College's solar farm, Reunion romance, Professor Wanjiru Mbure's book drive, managing student debt, Dana Borges '13, and Professor Peter Ubertaccio in the New York Times.
This week's Monday Morning Update reports on William Pellegrino '13, Sr. Jeanmarie Gribaudo, C.S.J., Reunion 2013, the 53rd Annual President's Dinner, and a gratitude journaling session on campus.
The annual President’s Dinner saw not only the awarding of the President’s Medal to the Ron Burton Family but also a surprise announcement that the…
This week's Monday Morning Update reports on Stonehill's 62nd Commencement ceremony, President Cregan, and Rev. John Denning, C.S.C..
A total of 633 students, the largest class in history, participated in the College’s 62nd Commencement ceremony under clear, sunny skies on Sunday.
Avon CEO Sheri McCoy delivered the keynote address at Stonehill's 62nd Commencement on Sunday, May 19, 2013.
Stonehill College has named Rev. John Denning, C.S.C. as its tenth President following a unanimous vote by its Board of Trustees earlier today, Friday…
You’ll see them dressed in their performance robes at convocation and hear their voices raised high in celebration at commencement. You may even catch the muffled sounds of rehearsals outside the Chapel of Mary.
Jason Lynch is not comfortable doing things the easy way.
Stonehill faculty members have long been recognized as passionate educators, experts in their fields and, above all, dedicated to the success and preparedness…
This week's Monday Morning Update reports on Katie Conboy's farewell, Abby Bongaarts '15, Laura Hayes '12, the new look to Stonehill’s crosswalks, and David Simas '92.
The 53rd Annual President's Dinner at Stonehill, which welcomes nearly 700 friends, neighbors and alumni each year, will be held on Thursday, May 30 with…
Stonehill welcomes the Rev. Anthony Szakaly, C.S.C. who was recently appointed as the College’s new Alumni Minister.
This week's Monday Morning Update reports on the IDEAS program, The Farm, our new Alumni Minister Rev. Anthony Szakaly, C.S.C., the Student Scholarship…
Abby Bongaarts ’15 will be spending her junior year some 4,000 miles away from Stonehill, studying in Munich, Germany after recently earning a prestigious…
New one-credit courses give students opportunity to share ideas and passions with their peers.
This week's Monday Morning Update reports on this year’s Commencement ceremony, Osasumwen Igbinedion ’13, Parijat Bhattacharjee ’16, the DiverCity…
Born and raised in Agartala, India, Parijat Bhattacharjee ’16 has settled into life in American and at Stonehill, crediting the friendly support of many…
Sheri S. McCoy, the chief executive officer and a director of Avon Products, will deliver the keynote address at Stonehill College’s 62nd Commencement…
This week's Monday Morning Update reports on the One Fund Boston, Stonehill's Relay for Life, Pricilla Dodoo’12, Bob Simpson ’93, PricewaterhouseCoopers…
Stonehill President Rev. Mark T. Cregan, C.S.C. issued a statement following the tragedy at the Boston Marathon where at least two Stonehill alumni were…
This week's Monday Morning Update reports on the Presidential Search, "The Summit," the Stonehill chapter of Enactus, the Grab the Green initiative, Ed Costar ’70, and the Cooney Family.
"The Summit," the student-run newspaper at Stonehill, has been recognized as one of the top student papers in New England by the prestigious New England…
This week's Monday Morning Update reports on Presidential Search finalists the Rev. David Tyson, C.S.C. and the Rev. John Denning, C.S.C., Jason Lynch ’12 and his Champions Project, Camp Shriver coming to Stonehill, alums Stephanie ’97 and Jayson ’97 Sylv
Former NBA star Chris Herren will bring his inspiring story of overcoming addiction to Stonehill this Sunday, April 7 at 7 p.m. in the Merkert Gymnasium…
Stonehill College, the National Inclusion Project and the Center for Social Development and Education (CSDE) at UMass Boston are partnering together to…
Stonehill alum Mike Cipoletti '99 has devoted his life to the poeple of Chacraseca in Nicaragua and it all stemmed from a conversation with classmate Michael…
A total of 50 Stonehill students will work with 32 faculty members on a variety of research projects over the coming summer of 2013.
In response to a request made by the Town of Easton, Stonehill is pleased to announce that its on campus roads will soon be named so that fire personnel…
Kate (Monahan) Hanscom ’05 was a Finance major at Stonehill, but she’s seen her lifelong dream of publishing a children’s book come true—with the help of her Stonehill friends and family.
Rev. David Tyson, C.S.C. is one of two finalists in the search for Stonehill's next President.
Rev. John Denning, C.S.C. is one of two finalists in Stonehill's search for its next President.
The Presidential Search Committee has invited the Rev. John Denning, C.S.C. and the Rev. David Tyson, C.S.C., the two finalists who are seeking to serve as Stonehill’s tenth president, to participate in meetings with senior leadership and for public sessi
The women's basketball team has earned the second seed in the NCAA East Region and will face 7th-seeded Franklin Pierce in first round of the tournament on Friday at Bentley University.
The Stonehill campus is increasing its sustainability efforts to reduce its energy and water use even further.
Women’s basketball Head Coach Trisha Brown has been selected as the Northeast-10 Conference Coach of the Year.
Christine Dwyer ‘12 credits her elective film course with Professor Ron Leone at Stonehill with changing the direction of her life.
A documentary film on Stonehill's HOPE program is being made by alum Travis Kumph '10, who says the service program transformed his life.
Gerry O’Neill '64 is a successful journalist, editor and author, who shares some insights on journalism, Whitey Bulger and his background.
In the wake of the Pope Benedict’s resignation, Religious Studies Professor Peter Beisheim, an expert on the post-Vatican II Catholic Church, has been quoted widely in the local media on the surprise announcement
The Stonehill Community mourns the loss of Professor of Arts History and Chair of the Visual & Performing Arts Department Carole Calo, who passed away after a struggle with cancer on February 9.
The search for Stonehill’s tenth president has been narrowed to two finalists.
Associate Professor of English Scott Cohen’s latest technological venture has landed the College on the iTunes U map.
Campus Ministry has a full schedule of Lenten events.
A total of 792 students were named to the Dean's List for the Fall 2012 semester.
A Stonehill-Massasoit collaboration, which works to attract more diverse students to the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), has secured $246,070 in renewed support from a major foundation.
Stonehill will begin its month-long celebration of African-American history, with events planned throughout February by the Office of Intercultural Affairs.
Senior year at Stonehill, Lindsay Briggs ’08 underwent a double-lung transplant and despite her hardships, Briggs keeps a positive attitude, and is thankful for every breath she takes.
In his new book "Primary Columns," Patrick Griffin '81 offers an insider's account of Republican presidential politics and on Wednesday, January 16 he will visit the Martin Institute at Stonehill to discuss the book and to reflect on challenges and issues
Stonehill College President Mark T. Cregan, C.S.C. released the following statement to the Stonehill community in light of Friday's tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut.
On Friday, the Presidential Search Committee met on campus to begin reviewing resumes of Holy Cross priests who applied to become the tenth president of Stonehill College.
Crossing borders of every sort is a good description for the path taken by Rev. Wilfred J. Raymond, C.S.C. since he was 15 years-old.
To help provide some finals stress relief, Health and Wellness Coordinator Jessica Greene arranged a “puppy petting" session for students on Wednesday.
Dave Girvan ’13 was crowned the newest Mr. Stonehill in the 14th edition of the event, which took place on Saturday night in the Sally Blair Ames Sports Complex.
Bryan Bosworth '14 is the first to receive the GOLD Scholarship.
As Christmas approaches, here is a listing of events and initiatives that capture the spirit of this special season at the College.
Past President of the Alumni Council Mark Mulligan ’88 received the 2012 Alumni Service Award at the Alumni Volunteer Appreciation Dinner on Sunday, November 18.
In honor of Philanthropy Week, which was celebrated Nov. 10-17, purple bows could be seen throughout campus. The bows mapped out the ways in which philanthropy shapes the Stonehill campus for the better.
Students like Briana Burke ’13, Lauren O'Halloran ’13 and Lauren Bombardier ’13 take Stonehill’s mission to heart. Looking to embed an element of service into their everyday lives, the three students decided to apply for special interest housing through t
Rev. Hugh Cleary, C.S.C. '69 shares the importance of showing thanks.
Stonehill has been recognized once again for its academic performance with regard to graduation rate by earning a 97-percent Academic Success Rating (ASR) as released by the NCAA.
Author Daniel Mendelsohn took his Stonehill audience on a journey through the Classics when he gave the 12th annual Chet Raymo Literary Series Lecture on Oct. 26 in the Martin Institute.
It's never too early to start thinking about college. This is especially true for the first-grade students of alumna Amy Ferrer '06, who are eager to learn more about the college their New York City classroom is named after.
Daisy Rockwell, granddaughter of Norman Rockwell, will feature her paintings of contemporary media events, including portraits of international terrorists and the late Whitney Houston, in new display from October 25-December 7.
Daniel Mendelsohn, the author of seven critically acclaimed books, will be the keynote speaker at the annual Chet Raymo Literary Series, scheduled to take place on Thursday October 25 at 6 p.m. in the Martin Institute.
In the wake of a campus tragedy, Brendon Dempsey '13 along with several other members of the Stonehill community, have rallied to raise over $10,000 for a suicide prevention walk.
The Stonehill football game against New Haven, an NCAA Tournament Quarterfinalist last season, will be televised live on national television on Thursday, October 18 at 8 p.m.
Candice Smith Corby, director of Stonehill’s Cushing-Martin Gallery, has co-curated a new exhibition currently on display at the Art Complex Museum in Duxbury.
At the fall meeting of the Stonehill College Board of Trustees, Rev. Mark T. Cregan, C.S.C. ’78 announced that he will be stepping down as President of the College on June 30th when the 2012-13 academic year concludes.
After announcing his plans to step down as President of the College in June at the Board of Trustees fall meeting, Rev. Mark T. Cregan, C.S.C. ’78 sent the following message to the Stonehill community.
In a letter to the Stonehill community on Friday, President Mark Cregan announced the Board of Trustees approved a revised non-discrimination statement with language including sexual orientation.
This year's editor in chief of The Summit student newspaper Paige Allen '13 received the Esper Reporting Scholarship from the New England Associated Press News Executive Association.
This year, the College welcomes six new full-time faculty and eight faculty fellows.
For the first time since 2007, when the College moved into U.S. News and World Report’s “Best National Liberal Arts Colleges” category, Stonehill is in the top 100.
This year, the College welcomes six new full-time faculty and eight faculty fellows.
Most colleges do not offer the theory & practice of fundraising to students, but Stonehill does through its Developing Fundraising Leaders Institute (DFLI).
Professors don't just teach their students; the really good ones also learn from them.
Stonehill celebrated the beginning of the 2012-2013 academic year at its annual Academic Convocation in the Sally Blair Ames Sports Complex on Tuesday, August 28.
At Convocation Professor Magda James-Pederson speaks about the value of curiosity.
Alicia DeColli '13 shared three pieces of advice with the Class of 2016 during Convocation.
Lindsey Beauregard '13 announced the Class of 2013 shovel selection at Convocation.
The Louise F. Hegarty Award for Excellence in Teaching Award Citation - John J. Golden
Stonehill is one of the country's best institutions for undergraduate education, according to The Princeton Review.
Round up of back to school news items and events for academic year 2012-2013.
Stonehill Computer Science Professor Robert Dugan learned the hard way about the importance of good ergonomics while typing and now he offers five tips to help students and professors avoid the mistakes he made.
In a letter to the families of first-year students, President Mark Cregan, C.S.C. writes about the College’s approach to the challenges of underage and high-risk drinking.
Last summer, Hailey Chalhoub ’13 worked with Sociology Professor Christopher Wetzel in a Directed Study on Environmental Sociology. Chalhoub’s research on the women of the Maasai tribe in Kenya was so intriguing that Wetzel urged her to submit her paper t
Faculty and staff name 13 books as great summer reads.
Rev. Thomas J. O’Hara, C.S.C., was elected as the new Provincial Superior of the Congregation of Holy Cross, United States Province of Priests and Brothers by the Provincial Chapter in Portland, Ore.
A little over a year ago, Marquis Taylor '06 started a program called Coaching for Change, which gives at-risk high school students the tools to become active leaders and role models in their communities through coaching.
Medical Information Technology, Inc. — MEDITECH for short — is a Canton (Mass.) based healthcare software provider that’s growing fast and over the last two decades, it’s hired more than 100 Stonehill alumni.
Captain Sean Lowry ’12 summarized his trip to Ireland where Stonehill's basketball teams recently played Irish teams and had a mini study abroad experience.
Persistent rain did not dampen spirits at Reunion 2012 as close to 750 reunion alumni and more than 400 family and friends celebrated the largest reunion in Stonehill history on June, 1, 2 and 3.
For the past seven years, Political Science Professor Peter Ubertaccio has brought a group of Stonehill students to Washington DC for two weeks each May to supplement their study of politics on campus with two weeks of seminars with leaders of government,
Associate Professor and Chair of Foreign Languages John Golden was chosen as this year’s recipient of the Stonehill Faculty Service Award. The honor is given to a full-time faculty member whose service has significantly advanced the mission of the College
Photos from Reunion Weekend 2012.
Amid sunny skies and beaming parents, 561 students received their degrees at Stonehill's 61st Commencement on Sunday, May 20.
Haley McNeel '12 has been chosen as this year's student speaker for Stonehill's 61st Commencement on Sunday, May 20. A native of Brielle, New Jersey, McNeel will receive a Bachelor of Arts degree in communication studies with a minor in business administr
At the New England Statistics Symposium (NESS), mathematics majors Cortney Logan '12 and Kathleen Zarnitz '12 shared the top prize in the undergraduate poster competition.
Stonehill was one of 24 institutions to be recognized as recipients of the first Division II Presidents’ Award for Academic Excellence, honoring athletics programs with four year Academic Success Rates of 90-percent or more.
Stonehill welcomed over 60 community partners at its annual Celebration of Service Breakfast on Tuesday, May 1 at the Martin Institute.
President Mark Cregan's recent signing of the St. Francis Pledge of the Catholic Climate Covenant proves his committment to protecting God’s Creation and advocating on behalf of people in poverty who face the harshest impacts of global climate change.
Bridget Meigs and The Farm at Stonehill recently won a 2012 Green Difference Award from Project Green Schools.
The sixth annual Undergraduate Literature Conference featured students from Bridgewater State and Stonehill College presenting their work on a wide variety of topics.
Megan Shave '11 has been awarded a National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship. The fellowship will allow her to further her research on avian behavioral and population ecology and continue her education at Michigan State University.
Former FBI agent Paul Daly ’62 was honored by the Martin Institute’s St. Thomas More Law Society on Wednesday, April 11 in Boston’s Moakley Court House.
When many of the nation’s top economic scholars recently met in Boston at the annual Eastern Economics Association Conference, four Stonehill students were among the presenters.
Fifty Stonehill College students will work with twenty-eight faculty members on a variety of research projects this summer.
Looking for the best Irish Book in Boston for this Saint Patrick's Day? Look no further than Stonehill alumnus Gerry O'Neill's Rogues and Redeemers, which gives a riveting behind-the-scenes portrait of the Irish power brokers who forged and fractured 20th
Bob Richards died on March 7 after a brave battle with a variety of health issues. Whether serving the athletics program, teaching journalism, or advising The Summit, Bob lived for the Stonehill cause and, in the process, became a beloved mentor to countl
A total of 169 Stonehill students will soon travel the globe for the 2012 H.O.P.E. Alternative Spring Break Program where they will spend their vacation to help make a difference in impoverished or disaster stricken areas.
At the fourth annual Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy (CHEP) earlier this month, Finance and Economics major Caroline Sheldon ’12 was the lone undergraduate chosen to present at the three-day event which showcases the best pedagogical practice and
Stonehill Professor of Foreign Languages Antonio Barbagallo was recently honored as a Siciliani Eccellenti (Excellent Sicilian) by Sicilia Mondo, a social network partnership created by the Association of Sicilians in the World and the Emigration Departme
Since 2009, Registrar John Pestana ’92 has been working with nearly 100 Stonehill students each year through the Stonehill Chapter of Habitat for Humanity (HFH).
We asked faculty, staff and students to tell us in 20 words or less what they like most or least on Valentine's Day whether it be a poem, a song, a tradition, a prayer, a movie, a destination, a meal, or a memory.
One of the newest clubs at Stonehill, Autism Speaks U, will host a fundraiser/presentation featuring the president of Autism Speaks, Mark Roithmayr. The event, free and open to the public, will take place this Thursday at 8 p.m. in the Martin Auditorium.
Rev. Thomas P. Looney '82, C.S.C. celebrates the life of Blessed Basil Moreau, the founder of the Congregation of Holy Cross, on January 20 at the Chapel of Mary.
The musical ensemble group Libana will perform in Stonehill’s Alumni Hall on February 12 at 7 p.m.
Linda Commito is the author of "Love Is the New Currency" shares her thoughts about Valentine's Day.
On Friday, January 20, during the Congregation of Holy Cross' celebration of its founder, Blessed Basil Moreau, C.S.C., Biology Professor Maura Tyrrell was presented with the 2011 Spirit of Holy Cross Award. The award acknowledges the critical importance
The Thomas & Donna May Skating Pavilion saw its first skaters take to the ice as students returned to campus for the start of the spring semester.
Director of Intercultural Affairs Liza Talusan discusses the many ways in which Stonehill is helping to keep Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy alive.
Retired FBI veteran Paul Daly '62 recently presented Kirstin Vinal ’14, a criminal justice major from Swampscott, with a J. Edgar Hoover Memorial Scholarship from the Former Agents of the FBI Foundation.