Radio Days "We were excited and a little nervous getting reacquainted with the equipment, but it came right back to both of us!" said Mark ’85 and Marlene (Popeo) ’86 Nickerson at the WSHL Alumni Takeover Weekend in February.

Family Medicine

For sisters Dr. Jasmine '12 [right] and Nisha '16 Khubchandani, you might say that medicine is in their blood. They share how Stonehill shaped their passion for science as well as their commitment to advocacy, equality and social justice.
  • Class Clown

    After his dad passed away, Daniel Murphy '81 searched for a way to honor him. He became a mason and then a shriner with the Anah Shrine in Bangor, Maine, where he joined the clown unit in order to continue his father's legacy of helping children. For the past 20 years, Murphy has performed as Shamrock the Clown.

  • Lasting Legacy

    Kathleen (Hilliker) Burkinshaw '90 knew little of her mother's childhood."I was 10 years old when I noticed she had nightmares every August," Burkinshaw recalls. "When I pressed her about it, she told me she was actually from Hiroshima, not Tokyo as she had told everyone." Burkinshaw writes about her mother's experience of losing her family to the atomic bomb in The Last Cherry Blossom.

  • From Beginning to End

    When Kathleen Quinn-Kortis ’79, owner of Woodside Woolies Farm in West Barnstable, was 8 years old her grandmother taught her how to knit. "During recess in grade school, I would be out on the playground sitting with a ball of yarn and knitting needles making something," remembers Quinn-Kortis.

Volunteer Spotlight

While their 50th Reunion is postponed due to COVID-19, the Class of 1970 Reunion Committee is excited to unveil a project they had been working on: The Class of 1970 Memorial Scholarship, a new award that will support Stonehill students who demonstrate financial need while honoring the Class of 1970's deceased classmates.

Alumni Day

More than 500 alumni and their families attended Alumni Day in January, which offered an open science lab and petting zoo for children of alumni as well as a cook-off, craft beer tasting and Skyhawk basketball games. The day also included a Legacy Brunch along with a Mass and Pillar Society lunch.