Up for an Adventure

Kayleigh (McDonnell) Davenport ’15 competes in the Mongol Derby, considered the longest and toughest horse race in the world.

Meet Kayleigh

Pathways Toward Fulfillment

President's Letter
As we enter the new year, I am excited about the possibilities that await us during this season of renewal. No matter what goals you set for yourself in 2023 and beyond, it is my hope that each of you discover new pathways toward professional and personal fulfillment.
  • A Humanistic Approach to Engineering

    Stonehill’s newest academic program is training students to identify problems in society first and then draw on engineering principles to help solve them. 

  • Spooky Myths and Tales

    Do you remember hearing the Legend of the Blue Mist when you were a student? Come follow Rev. Tony Szakaly, C.S.C., director of Campus Ministry, on the Secret, Sacred Spaces Tour as he explains the perennial myths, tales, legends and lore that are passed down from class to class. 

  • A Brother Leads the Way

    Elected superior general, Brother Paul Bednarczyk, C.S.C. ’80 is the first brother to lead the Congregation of Holy Cross. 

Faculty Spotlight

Assistant Professor of Biology Tracy Rosebrock shares her thoughts on understanding purpose, researching stealthy bacteria and her joy of cooking. Also, in their SURE research, Professor Jungyun Gill, Gianna Barboza ’23 and Sadé Ratliff ’23 investigate the popularity of South Korean pop culture.
  • 320 Washington Street

    Campus news featuring Stonehill's new Navigation Center for Student Success, the 25th anniversary of the H.O.P.E. service immersion program, and a photo essay highlighting a cross-country road trip and the lasting bonds of friendship. 

  • Skyhawk Talk

    A quick chat with Dean O'Keefe ’94, director of athletics, and meet Hanna Guidi ’23, women's soccer captain and commander of her ROTC unit. 

  • Alumni Community

    Susan (Pedersen) Jezierny ’87, a graduate of Stonehill's former evening division, stays closely connected to the College by volunteering and cheering on the Skyhawks women's basketball team. Plus, alumni profiles, milestone photos and obituaries.

Remember the Time When...

Rhododendron Drive
Donald Simmons ’82 reflects on returning to campus and reconnecting with classmates at his 40th Reunion. "Everyone had a story that begin with 'Remember the time when...' And often those stories involved Brother Mike's," he writes.

Stonehill College Alumni Magazine

Stonehill Alumni Magazine, Volume 50, Number 1; Editor, Kimberly Lawrence; Alumni Editor, Jennifer (Moura) Silva '93; Art Director, Annette Trivette; Class Notes, Kristen Magda; Contributors, Liam Dacko ’16, Lauren Daley ’05, Jill Goddard, Marie (Kehoe) Kelly ’00, Tania Kelly, Allyson Manchester ’11, Martin McGovern, Tracey Palmer, Lisa Richards '99, Lu Ann Totman ’08; Contributing Photographers, Kate Denon, Rich Morgan, Nicki Pardo, Robert Perachio, Craig Sherod, Stonehill Archives, Stonehill Athletics, Stonehill Marketing; Director of Alumni Engagement, Anne (Pollick) Sant ’88; Stonehill Alumni Magazine is published biannually by Stonehill College, Office of Advancement Communications, 508-565-1321. Opinions expressed are those of the authors and not necessarily of Stonehill College.