DATA-DRIVEN MASTER'S: Recognizing that today’s business world is increasingly dependent on data, Stonehill is launching an innovative Data Analytics Master’s Degree Program that will provide students with the skills needed to fill a noticeable job market gap. Find out more.
TOUGH POLITICS, MUTUAL RESPECT: The ability to combine tough politics with mutual respect appears to be a skill in decline. Writing in the Cape Cod Times, Peter Ubertaccio, dean of the May School of Arts & Sciences, recalls how House Speaker Joe Martin, after whom our Martin Institute is named, never waged a vicious campaign or hurt an opponent personally during his political career in the forties and fifties. Get his take.
CAMPUS BEAUTY: Our quintessentially New England campus, with its serene spaces, lush greenery and Georgian architecture, has never looked better as our new Snapshot photo essay demonstrates. Find out why.
HOPE AND HEALING: Psychology major, Marisa Striano ’85 rescues abused and neglected horses and then repurposes them as teachers and healers who guide people through trauma, loss and grief. With clinical and equestrian expertise, her nonprofit Spirit’s Promise Equine Rescue and Rehabilitation program fosters compassion, hope and healing. Meet Marisa.
TEACHING GRATITUDE: Asked to express gratitude to those who made Camp Shriver possible this summer, the children responded from the heart and with creativity using words, colors and drawings. We've compiled a selection of their unique thank you notes. Take a look.
THIS WEEK ON THE HILL
AU BON PAIN SUMMER SCHEDULE
Weekly schedule below. Closed on weekends.
Mon.-Thu. | 9 a.m.-2 p.m. | May School of Arts and Sciences
Fri. | 9 a.m.-1 p.m. | May School of Arts and Sciences
SUMMER LITURGY SCHEDULE
Weekly schedule below.
Mon.-Fri. | 8 a.m. | Chapel of Our Lady of Sorrows
Sun. | 10 a.m. | Chapel of Mary
NO SPORTS ON CAMPUS THIS WEEK
Skyhawks will return to campus soon for preseason.
Click here for a schedule that includes all sports
We're taking one more short break ahead of the new academic year. We'll see you on Monday, August 18. Thanks for reading!