Monday Morning Update

February 4, 2019


OYSTER IMPACT: With scientific and community groups in Waquoit Bay, Falmouth, Chemistry Professor Daniel Rogers and his students are conducting research into how oysters are being used as a natural way to filter and clean polluted coastal waters in areas like Cape Cod. Find out more here. 

LIGHT AND HOPE AGAINST HATE: This Thursday, the Stonehill Community is coming together for an evening of dialogue, music, activism, and community building in an effort to embrace our human solidarity and stand united in rejecting hate. Learn more here.  
 
CALO GALLERY: Maine College of Art Professor Gail Spaien’s recent series of paintings, Renegade Mirage, are on display now at the College's Carole Calo Gallery. Take a look here.  
 
TOP VALUE INSTITUTION: The College was recently named one of 200 "Best Value Colleges" by The Princeton Review! The publication highlighted our commitment to affordability, campus life, and more. Learn more here.  
 
FURRY FRIEND: Meet Mo, canine companion of Jessica Reardon '20! She recently snapped this great photo of the puppy posing in front of Donahue Hall. See a larger version here
 
THIS WEEK ON THE HILL 
MOVIE SCREENING & DISCUSSION: DAWNLAND 
UConn's Dr. Mishy Lesser joins us to screen (12pm) and discuss (1pm), Dawnland, a documentary about cultural survival and stolen Native American children. 
Thu., Feb. 7 | 11:30 a.m. | Martin Institute Auditorium  

LIGHT AND HOPE AGAINST HATE 
Join us for evening of dialogue, music, activism, and community building in an effort to embrace our human solidarity and stand united in rejecting hate. 
Thu., Feb. 7 | 5-8:30 p.m. | Martin Institute Auditorium 

SPORTS ON CAMPUS THIS WEEK 
2/8: Men's Ice Hockey v. Southern N.H. 
Click here for a schedule that includes all sports 
 
Tune in tonight, 8 p.m. on NBC, as Stonehill favorites, Sons of Serendip, featuring Micah Christian '06, are on America’s Got Talent: The Champions! Thanks for reading, see you next week!