Honoring Our Alumni

Congratulations to Pamela Bardhi ’13, Dr. Elizabeth Canuel ’81, Lauren (Bombardier) Weeks ’13, Bernadette (Crowley) ’65 and Edward ’64 Paré, and Christine Ferretti ’92, who were honored for their leadership, mentorship, expertise and commitment to service at an Alumni Awards reception.

Luice Moncey ’53 Reflects on her Stonehill Days

When Stonehill became coeducational in 1951, Luice Moncey ’53 transferred in as a junior, later becoming the College's first woman to graduate.

Five Questions with Pamerson Ifill ’92

The recently appointed commissioner of the Massachusetts Probation Service and former professional boxer shares a lesson he learned in the ring, memories of Professor Herb Wessling and how he sees Lux et Spes in his own life.

Gather and Celebrate

To help kick off the holiday season at Stonehill, alumni returned to campus for two special events—the GOLD Gift Wrap and the Children's Christmas Concert.

Stonehill Days

As Stonehill celebrates its 75th anniversary, we asked our Pillar Society alumni—those who have graduated more than 50 years ago—to reminisce about their time at the College.

Alums Explore Emerald Isle

After a three-year, pandemic-related break, the Alumni Travel Program hit the road again in September with 41 alums and family members spending eight days exploring Ireland’s rich history, cultural heritage and breathtaking scenery.

Homecoming 2023

Alumni and their families returned to campus on Saturday, October 21 to enjoy an afternoon of Homecoming festivities.

Blessing of the Pets 2023

Stonehill community members gathered with their beloved pets on Sunday, October 1 for the annual Blessing of the Pets in celebration of the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi.

Sensory Room Respite

Emily Foley ’22 turned an idea into a reality, thanks to a course taught by Professor Danielle Waldron.

Welcome Back, Alumni!

Hundreds of alumni and their families returned to Stonehill to celebrate Reunion from June 2-4. From the Pillar Society Induction and Coffee with the President to the Family Fun Barbecue and Reunion Celebration Gala, alumni enjoyed three days of reconnecting and reminiscing about their Stonehill days.

Fintech Leader Shares Insight

Beta Gamma Sigma Honoree Ralph Dangelmaier ’88 talks curiosity, details, change and perseverance with business honor society inductees.

"I'll Always Be a Runner"

When Patrick Shea ’96 crossed the finish line of the Blackmores Sydney Marathon in Australia last September, he achieved a goal that he had set for himself years earlier—to complete a marathon on every continent.

Ashley Mason ’19 Gets Comfortable with the Uncomfortable

Owner of Dash of Social—and the keynote speaker at Stonehill’s 5th Annual Alumnae Summit—talks blogging, entrepreneurship and lasting lessons from her mom.

A Woodworker with a Calling

Professor Emeritus Warren Dahlin Jr. connects to his Scandinavian culture by carving tomten. "It’s meditation. I'll sit and listen to classical music and before I know it, I've carved four or five...," says Dahlin.

Alumni Gather at Christmas Events

'Tis the season for gathering, giving and celebrating. In early December, alumni and their families returned to campus for the annual GOLD Gift Wrap event and the beloved Children's Christmas Concert.

Then and Now: Bingo!

A look at the enduring popularity of the game on campus. "Bingo at Stonehill is where I've met some of my closest friends, and it's a tradition that keeps our friendship strong," says Jacki Sauer ’23.

Blessing of the Pets

Sarah Meloche ’13 and Bryan Perkins ’12 visited campus with their bunny, Lily, for Stonehill's annual Blessing of the Pets. In celebration of the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi, Fr. Tony Szakaly, C.S.C. spoke of St. Francis' love for all of God's creations and noted how our pets bring us great joy.

Football Celebrates 50 Years

Members of Stonehill's first football team—a club team called the Knights, established in 1970—and their guests gathered at W.B. Mason Stadium for a reception prior to the Stonehill vs. Duquesne University game. To mark the occasion, each member received a pullover with their name and jersey number.

Welcome Back, Alumni

After a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, Reunion returned to campus in early June for the first of two Reunion weekends. Alumni of anniversary classes and their families celebrated and enjoyed three days of activities, ranging from class receptions and Pillar Society inductions to campus tours, a barbecue and the highlight—a Saturday evening gala.

Creating Ripples

The 60th Annual President’s Reception was held on June 2, in the Pettit Atrium of the Shields Science Center. Creating Ripples was the theme of the evening, highlighting the City of Brockton Scholarship Program at Stonehill. The event also honored James Blake, retired CEO of HarborOne Bank, with the President's Award for Excellence.

Family Ties

On the day before graduation, Sam Nardone's family surprised the senior with three small but deeply meaningful gifts. All three link the business major to his late, beloved grandfather, Charles Altieri, a legend in the development and construction of Stonehill.

Staying "Dri"

Deirdre Horan ’14 creates sea-cycled umbrellas.

Industry Leader Talks Shop

During a "Conversation with Leo Meehan" event, DECA president Alex Bates ’22 asked Meehan ’75, W.B. Mason president and CEO and Stonehill trustee, about his definition of success, navigating change, and advice for graduating seniors.

“I Love Having Something to Train For”

Ryan Enright ’94 laces up for his 25th consecutive Boston Marathon.

Pamela Bardhi ’13 Roots for the Underdog

Featured in Forbes and Time Magazine before the age of 28, Pamela Bardhi ’13 had achieved success in both the restaurant business and in real estate development.

Key Takeaways from Breaking the Mold

Alumnae Summit event explores women working in male-dominated fields.

Making the Most of a Life Well Lived

Now retired, former Stonehill trustee Rev. Laurence Olszewski, C.S.C. ’61 often spends several hours a day painting beautiful landscapes—many of which he donates.

Alum in Poland Shares Insight

We reached out to Madalyn Fernbach ’19 to hear about her work overseas and what she is currently seeing and experiencing in Poland.