Monday Morning Update

October 28, 2019


HALL OF FAMERBefore a recent Skyhawks-Friars exhibition basketball game in Providence, PC Head Coach Ed Cooley ’94 received a plaque ahead of his induction into Stonehill’s Athletic Hall of Fame November 1. Presented with the College’s Outstanding Alumnus Award in 2013Cooley coached the U.S. men’s basketball team at the Pan Am games in Peru this summer. Get more on Cooley and our game against Providence 
 
UNDERSTANDING IMPEACHMENTGiven the rare prospect of a sitting president being impeached, MacPháidín Library intern Olivia Phillips ’20 gathered resources that provide insight on how the impeachment process works and how to use primary sources to track the process as it unfolds. The Library Newsletter recently featured Olivia’s research, which links to transcripts, a Ted Talk, news reports, and video of committee hearings. Read her report 
 
ENVIRONMENTAL FORUMThe College has announced that we will host the first 2020 U.S. Senate candidate forum on environmental issues for Democratic Party candidates. Steve Kornacki, National Political Correspondent for NBC News/MSNBC will moderate the forum Sunday, November 10 from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in May Hall. Details on how to attend are forthcoming. Get more about the forum 
 
GOHILL DAY: Across 21 varsity sports this year, 450 Stonehill student athletes are challenging themselves to become leaders with integrity, learning teamwork lessons, rebounding from setbacks, and being gracious in victory and defeat. That spirit will be on display during GoHill Day Saturday, Nov. 2, when five teams—men’s and women's soccer, football, women’s volleyball, and ice hockey—will be in action. There will also be a reception tent with family friendly activities at W.B. Mason Stadium from 12-3 p.m. Learn more 
 
CELEBRATING SERVICEIn the past decade, through the Stonehill Service Corps more than 100 young alumni have given a year of service to communities in India, the Dominican Republic, Honduras, and Brockton. Many of those alums, seen above, returned to campus recently to celebrate the program’s tenth anniversary. Find out more 

This Week on the Hill 
SPEAKER: MASCOTTING NATIVE AMERICA 
Dr. Jason Edward Black, professor and chair of the Department of Communication Studies at the University of North Carolina, Charlotte. will discuss his book Mascot Nation: The Controversy Over Native American Representations in Sports. 
Mon., Oct. 28 | 7 PM | Martin Institute Auditorium  

FACULTY RESEARCH: DREAMS, DREAMING, AND  
DREAM INTERPRETATION 
Philosophy Professor Edward McGushin shares his research on philosopher Michael Foucault and how his writing outlines a critical theory of dreaming. 
Tue., Oct. 29 | 2:30 PM | MacPháidín Library 

ANNUAL TRICK OR TREAT 
Held by Residence Hall Association (RHA), Stonehill community members can bring their children to trick or treat and participate in many other fun activities on Stonehill's campus! 
Wed., Oct. 30 | 4-6 PM | Starts at Commonwealth & Colonial Courts 

SELF-CARE FAIR 
Join us for an afternoon of relaxation including healthy snacks, pet therapy, face masks, bullet journals and more wellness giveaways! 
Fri., Nov. 1 | 11:30 AM-2:30 PM | Dining Commons 

SPORTS ON CAMPUS THIS WEEK 
11/1: Field Hockey v. Mercy; W. Volleyball v. Pace 
11/2: M. Soccer v. Saint Michael's; Football v. SCSU; W. Soccer v. St. Anselm; W. Volleyball v. Adelphi; M. Ice Hockey v. UMass Dartmouth 
Click here for a schedule that includes all sports