Discussing race is often difficult to accomplish in class. Prof. Xuejian Yu had no such challenges in his Interpersonal Communication class. “These students are among the best I've taught in terms of exploring sensitive issues openly and respectfully. They were a diverse group with a range of ideas and perspectives. What we experienced collectively shows the value of diversity in the classroom. I can't be more pleased to see our students and myself benefit from such a rewarding experience."
Recently, Joseph Ole Tipanko, a Maasai village chief, spoke in two of Professor Anna Ohanyan's political science classes about the socio-economic and political challenges facing the Maasai community in Kenya today.
Stonehill Bobble Heads: In October, these bobble heads were given to the groomsmen at the wedding of Prof. Sheila Barry's son Craig Barry '05 to Sandy Parker '05. From left to right classmates: Kevin Reilly, Matt Connolly, John Ryan, John Fabiano, Daniel Leonard (not Stonehill alum), Sean McGovern, and Patrick Pelletier.
Responding to the suicide of a Rutger’s University student, Stonehill students recently raised awareness about the challenges facing LGBTQ students at colleges and high schools across the country by holding a Die In event in the Lower Commons.
Members of the Class of 2014, Allie Smith, Marielle Petrilli, Kate Smid, David Clayton and Megan Ann Fontaine, linger at a table outside the Shields Science Center, enjoying the warm evening and sharing a few laughs together.