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.
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Deirdre Horan ’14 creates sea-cycled umbrellas.
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.
Ryan Enright ’94 laces up for his 25th consecutive Boston Marathon.
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.
Alumnae Summit event explores women working in male-dominated fields.
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.
We reached out to Madalyn Fernbach ’19 to hear about her work overseas and what she is currently seeing and experiencing in Poland.