• A Part of Who We Are

    It's no exaggeration to say that the lives of Bernadette (Crowley) ’65 and Edward ’64 Paré have revolved around Stonehill College. Nearly 60 years after they graduated, they still remain deeply connected to the community. 

  • How It Started, How It's Going

    The Student Alumni Association (SAA) celebrates 30 years. "Our alumni always tell us how impressed they are with our SAA," says Director of Alumni Engagement Anne (Pollick) Sant ’88.

  • An Ear for Music

    “Whether it’s Bon Iver, Warpaint, or Billie Eilish, I think I have a good ear. Everyone in my office is super inquisitive about what the next person is finding," says Jeffrey McClusky ’75, the founder and CEO of the promotion company Jeff McClusky & Associates. 

  • Real Life Forensics

    Watching episodes of CSI New York as a graduate student fueled Anum Mir’s passion for forensic science. “It made me want to go into forensics and live in New York City,” says the Class of 2012 graduate. “One of those things happened, so I consider it a win.”

  • Balance and Camaraderie

    Patrick Boen ’89, the head coach for the Stonehill baseball team, cemented his 600th career win in a 17-6 victory over Bloomfield College on March 8. This monumental statistic only begins to tell the story of Boen’s dedication to Stonehill and his players.

  • Bridging Gaps

    As a student in the At-Risk Youth and Families course at Stonehill, Marisa Nieves ‘17 learned the difference between working “with” and “for” the community. “We focused on knowing the community and being part of the community, rather than judging it or assuming we knew what was best,” says Nieves.

Kiss A Senior Goodbye

On the Friday evening before Commencement, the Office of Alumni Engagement hosts a senior barbecue and slide show as a way of welcoming the soon-to-be graduates to the College’s alumni family.