YES TO THE DRESS: When Rebecca Brackett ’19 was 11 years old, she told her father that one day she would appear on her favorite show, Say Yes to the Dress, and work at Kleinfeld Bridal in New York City. What she didn’t know was that the Stonehill New York Internship Program would be the catalyst to fulfillment of her dream. Read her story here.
FORENSIC FAST-TRACK: Working in the niche field of forensic science, these two alums have Stonehill in their DNA—Adam Hall ’00 edits the prestigious Forensic Science Handbook Series while Andrew Schweighardt ’06 spends his days in New York City crime labs. Learn more here.
DANCERS' MARCH: Now in its third year, Stonehill’s Irish Dance Troupe, whose membership is up from six to 20 dancers, celebrated Saint Patrick’s Day by marching in the South Boston parade and performing locally. Take a look here.
PEACE IS POSSIBLE: In the Washington Post last week, Political Science Professor Anna Ohanyan wrote that peace might be possible between Armenia and Azerbaijan after decades of conflict over the enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh. A scholar of armed conflicts and peacebuilding, Ohanyan, who advocates for regional approaches to solving conflicts, noted that Armenia's most recent democratic transition strengthened democracy in South Caucasus, creating new opportunities for deeper diplomacy around the conflict. Read her analysis here.
SLICE OF CULTURE: Our student-run culture magazine, Rolling Stonehill, recently explored the theme of identity and “how we view ourselves; what make us feel comfortable, joyous, loved, angry, or afraid,” according to Head Editor Yousuf Sander ’20 who is interning and studying in London while also working on this semester’s magazine. Email for your free copy.
THIS WEEK ON THE HILL
NAKAMICHI CONCERT SERIES: PROTEUS
The Proteus String Quartet will perform music by a number of composers, including Mozart, Tsintsadze, and Beethoven.
Tue., Mar. 26 | 8 p.m. | Martin Institute Auditorium
DOCUMENTARY: HALF THE SKY
Join us to watch this inspiring documentary about women fighting against opporssion through real-world solutions to health care, education, and the economy.
Wed., Mar. 27 | 6:30 p.m. | Martin Institute Auditorium
THE COLOR OF EXCELLENCE: WOMEN OF COLOR PANEL
The panel will focus on how womanhood has various meanings across identities, cultures, and social systems.
Thu., Mar. 28 | 6:30 p.m. | Martin Institute Auditorium
C-SUITE SPEAKER SERIES: ADAM GROSSMAN
Adam Grossman, EVP and Chief Marketing Officer for the Boston Red Sox joins us to share his insights on marketing and communications.
Thu., Mar. 28 | 7 p.m. | McCarthy Auditorium
FACULTY RESEARCH FORUM
Chemistry Professor Marilena Hall shares her research on how the M13 bacteriophage, a virus that infects E. coli bacteria, can be used as a model for how DNA mutations impact an organism.
Fri., Mar. 29 | 2:30 p.m. | MacPháidín Library
STATIONS OF THE CROSS
The Social Justice Outdoor Stations of the Cross will be brought to life by different college groups working to end injustice. Come learn, pray, and journey in community!
Fri., Mar. 29 | 4:45 p.m. | Main Quad
SPORTS ON CAMPUS THIS WEEK
3/26: M. Tennis v. Assumption
3/27: W. Lacrosse v. LIU Post
Click here for a schedule that includes all sports
Our Career Development Center recently launched a new initiative, Employer Crush Wednesday, to highlight job opportunities for our students. Check out their first post. Thanks for reading, see you next week!