• The Book of Kells


    Created by Celtic monks in a monastery on a Scottish island in the 9th century, the Book of Kells is an Irish national treasure. Brought from Scotland to Kells, a town northeast of Dublin, it is a richly illuminated manuscript which depicts the four gospels of the New Testament and celebrates the life of Christ.

  • Danny Haffel ’18 in front of Eiffel Tower

    World of Benefits in Language Degrees


    Global perspective and expanded communications skills equip students in the Languages, Literatures & Cultures program to pursue a multitude of careers both here and abroad.

  • Student work on Anatomage Table

    Bringing Compassion to Health Science


    In the course of preparing students for careers as nurses, physician assistants and physical therapists, faculty impress upon them the importance of equal access and humanity.

  • 2020 Farm Summit Preview


    Ahead of the Farm Summit, hosted by Farm to Institution New England, the Farm & Sea to Campus Network, and Stonehill, we spoke to Farm Director, Bridget Lawrence-Meigs about the event, which follows on the success of the first summit in 2018.

  • Students and Alumni Explore Pathways to Success


    On a recent Saturday, 218 students, mostly first and second-years, gathered for four hours in buildings across campus to explore what success means to them and identify pathways for their career and life goals.

  • Photo of Liz Abramo at Athenahealth

    Agility, Ethics Define Management Major


    Flexibility and character strength enable graduates of Stonehill Management major to work effectively in teams as well as negotiate with and persuade others in order to achieve organizational goals.