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  • News & Media  ·  Stonehill College
    might seem like a daunting goal but it s something Stonehill students do every day in ways big and small Athletics Recreational Sports NCAA Athletics Recreational Sports A Tradition of Athletic Excellence The Stonehill Skyhawks compete in the Northeast 10 Conference the largest NCAA Division II conference in the country Home News Media News Around Campus News Around Campus 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 Stonehill Social Media For the Media Emergencies Stonehill Alumni Magazine Contribute a Story Contribute Photos Find an Expert Contribute a Story Your Name Your Email Your Story Your Story s Image Your PDF Word File Contribute Photos Your Name Your Email Image 1 Image 1 Caption Image 2 Image 2 Caption Image 3 Image 3 Caption OR YouTube Link Additional Information January 22 2016 Dr Martin Luther King Jr and Understanding Justice News Around Campus Dr King once proclaimed Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere January 21 2016 The Mitzvah Explores Little Known Part of Holocaust History News Around Campus Roger Grunwald The Catholic Jewish Dialogue Committee and Temple Chayai Shalom have joined forces to bring to campus The Mitzvah The Good Deed a one person play that January 20 2016 Xerox Corporation Establishes STEM Transfer Scholarship Fund at Stonehill News Around Campus L R Xerox Large Enterprise Operations US Senior Client Manager Maher Aldine Stonehill President Rev John Denning C S C and Xerox Higher Education Business Consultant Paul Silowan Xerox Corporation has partnered with Stonehill College to create The Xerox STEM Transfer Scholarship Fund which will be awarded annually to community college January 19 2016 Homily For Rev Robert Kruse C S C 55 News Around Campus In our reading this evening from Mark s Gospel which is the gospel reading for today we see what emerges as a familiar pattern in the ministry of Jesus He looks out across the lost and lonely faces of the crowds of people who have come to him looking for a reason for hope They are as the gospel January 4 2016 Stonehill Alumna Tori Faieta 15 Honored as Hero Among Us By Boston Celtics News Around Campus Women s basketball All American recognized during Celtics game at TD Garden January 4 2016 Stonehill s Nick Chiocco Honored At Allstate Sugar Bowl with Good Works Team News Around Campus Senior Nick Chiocco with his family Stonehill College senior defensive lineman Nick Chiocco and his family attended the Allstate Sugar Bowl in New Orleans on December 29th to take part in January 4 2016 Stonehill s Erika Kelly 16 Invited to USA Field Hockey Team Tryouts News Around Campus Erika Kelly 16 Stonehill College senior All American Erika Kelly the Longstreth National Field Hockey Coaches Association NFHCA Division II Player of the Year has December 30 2015 Remembering Rev Robert J Kruse Stonehill Educator News Around Campus Rev Robert J Kruse C S C The Rev Robert J Kruse C S C a religious studies scholar and a former academic dean of Stonehill died

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  • News & Media  ·  Stonehill College
    Contribute a Story Your Name Your Email Your Story Your Story s Image Your PDF Word File Contribute Photos Your Name Your Email Image 1 Image 1 Caption Image 2 Image 2 Caption Image 3 Image 3 Caption OR YouTube Link Additional Information January 21 2016 From Reluctant Reader to City s Assistant Library Director Ed Karvoski Jr Community Advocate As a teenager Jason Homer 09 did not like to read Today books surround him at the Marlborough Public Library where he is the assistant director Homer credits a campus reference librarian who helped him on a first year English project with sparking a change that prompted him to earn a master s January 6 2016 Ballston Resident Helps Disabled Man Lost on the Metro Get Home Jennifer Currier arlnow com Yesterday s evening commute for Ballston resident Andrea Gagliardi was following the normal routine until she found herself helping a disabled man find his way home January 4 2016 Families on South Shore Struggle to Find Permanent Housing Kaila Braley Wicked Local Hanover Tears came to Yasmin Nolasco s eyes as she remembered her eight year old son telling her just a week ago that this is the worst Christmas they ve ever had January 4 2016 Stonehill College Students Giving Hats to Children with Cancer Julie Grauert Fox 25 Boston Fox 25 Boston highlighted the great work being done by one of Stonehill s newest clubs Love Your Melon which helps children and their families dealing with pediatric cancer December 29 2015 The History of Jim Kenneally Barbara Sullivan Janelli 72 The Charity Guild Newsletter When I first met fellow board member Jim Kenneally he was teaching a newly developed course The History of the Black Man in America at Stonehill College more than 40 years ago It was an interesting and timely course for the early 1970s He quickly became my favorite professor He was interesting intelligent December 28 2015 Stonehill s Tori Faieta Honored At Celtics Game Jim Fenton Enterprise News Stonehill College graduate Tori Faieta who was a Division II All America in women s basketball last season was honored as the Hero Among Us during December 17 2015 Winter Moth Mating Season Is Upon Us Edgar B Herwick III WGBH News So many of the things we see all around us this time of year came to us from Europe Germany gave us the Christmas tree Holland gave us Santa Claus And about 15 years ago our European brethren gave Eastern New England an unexpected new seasonal tradition that has taken root The winter moth We December 3 2015 At Stonehill a Holocaust Lesson from an Irish Citizen Who Was There Liam Dacko Boston Irish Reporter Visitors came in droves Stonehill College in late October for a teaching event that explored a concept that is simple in theory but complex in practice forgiveness December 3 2015 Fear The Catalyst to Success Rev Richard Gribble C S C Congregation of Holy Cross Monthly Reflection Series

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  • News & Media  ·  Stonehill College
    Law Society The Center for Nonprofit Management The Farm at Stonehill The Carole Calo Gallery H O P E Service Immersion Program Community Service Post Graduate Service Community Based Learning The Life You Change Will Be Your Own Changing the world might seem like a daunting goal but it s something Stonehill students do every day in ways big and small Athletics Recreational Sports NCAA Athletics Recreational Sports A Tradition of Athletic Excellence The Stonehill Skyhawks compete in the Northeast 10 Conference the largest NCAA Division II conference in the country Home News Media Picture of the Week Picture of the Week 2016 2015 2014 2013 Stonehill Social Media For the Media Emergencies Stonehill Alumni Magazine Contribute a Story Contribute Photos Find an Expert Contribute a Story Your Name Your Email Your Story Your Story s Image Your PDF Word File Contribute Photos Your Name Your Email Image 1 Image 1 Caption Image 2 Image 2 Caption Image 3 Image 3 Caption OR YouTube Link Additional Information January 18 2016 Lasting Tribute Picture of the Week Classmates of Megan Sullivan 10 who passed away last April have been January 12 2016 Campus Coat Drive Picture of the Week Last month the Stonehill Chapter of the Catholic Daughters of the Americas January 4 2016 Stonehill Detective Lieutenant David Bamford Honored By Massachusetts Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators MACLEA Picture of the Week Last month Stonehill College Detective Lieutenant David Bamford along December 4 2015 Alum Hosts Monty Python Legend John Cleese Picture of the Week Radio personality Doug McIntyre 79 left who can be heard on KABC December 4 2015 Festive Sweaters Picture of the Week With the bookstore selling a Stonehill Version the ugly Christmas sweater November 24 2015 Best Beards Picture of the Week Who is scruffy or

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  • News & Media  ·  Stonehill College
    with fellow honorary degree recipient Loretta Quinlan and College President Fr Richard Sullivan In recognizing Sen Kennedy s many contributions to Stonehill and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts the College created the annual Kennedy Service Award in 2006 which is given to a member of the senior class for exemplary service to a nonprofit agency Mar 19 2015 TBT 1966 Blood Drive Throwback Thursday The tradition of donating blood has deep roots at the College as a photo from the Archives demonstrates Taken in 1966 during the Vietnam War the photo shows Stonehill donors giving blood for members of the U S Armed Forces in what is now Alumni Hall This semester s American Red Cross Blood Drive will take place on Monday in the Martin Institute For more info visit http www stonehill edu events detail american red cross blood drive 2015 03 23 Feb 5 2015 TBT Dreaming of Spring Throwback Thursday Who else is tired of Winter 43 days til Spring Jan 22 2015 TBT A Field of Dreams Throwback Thursday The view of the Stonehill campus from Donahue Hall now includes a bustling array of academic buildings among lush greenery Back in the 1950s the view from the top of the hill was simply an open field of dreams as Richard Schiffmann 54 once said Photo from the Hemingway Collection courtesy of the Stonehill College Archives Dec 4 2014 TBT Typewriter Throwback Throwback Thursday Typewriter Throwback Students in Professor Maureen Boyle s Development of American News Media class experienced their own Throwback earlier this week when they were introduced to using manual typewriters They had fun using the typewriters but they re not ready to give up word processing especially when they realized if you make a mistake typing you have to either redo the whole thing or find a way to erase the error said Boyle Nov 13 2014 TBT Honoring a Legend Throwback Thursday On Saturday the basketball court in Merkert Gymnasium will be officially dedicated as the Paula Sullivan Court during a ceremony prior to the women s basketball game With over four decades of outstanding service to Stonehill Paula brought excellence to everything she handled She turned a fledgling program into a national powerhouse and retired as one of the winningest basketball coaches of all time During the 1993 94 season she led her team to the NCAA Division II Elite Eight for the first time in school history Nov 6 2014 TBT Building the Martin Institute Throwback Thursday Construction of the Martin Institute began 27 years ago to this day The building opened in the Spring of 1990 and was officially dedicated on April 27 of that year Over the years some of the nations top politicians and leaders have visited the Martin Institute which is now lead by Political Science Professor Peter Ubertaccio Photo courtesy of the Stonehill College Archives Oct 30 2014 RIP Mayor Menino Throwback Thursday In 2009 before he began campaigning for what would be his final term

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  • News & Media  ·  Stonehill College
    students live on campus helping each other meet challenges and find success Welcome Home Community Global Engagement The Martin Institute for Law Society The Center for Nonprofit Management The Farm at Stonehill The Carole Calo Gallery H O P E Service Immersion Program Community Service Post Graduate Service Community Based Learning The Life You Change Will Be Your Own Changing the world might seem like a daunting goal but it s something Stonehill students do every day in ways big and small Athletics Recreational Sports NCAA Athletics Recreational Sports A Tradition of Athletic Excellence The Stonehill Skyhawks compete in the Northeast 10 Conference the largest NCAA Division II conference in the country Home News Media Stonehill Snapshot Stonehill Snapshot 2016 2015 2014 2013 Stonehill Social Media For the Media Emergencies Stonehill Alumni Magazine Contribute a Story Contribute Photos Find an Expert Contribute a Story Your Name Your Email Your Story Your Story s Image Your PDF Word File Contribute Photos Your Name Your Email Image 1 Image 1 Caption Image 2 Image 2 Caption Image 3 Image 3 Caption OR YouTube Link Additional Information January 22 2016 Martin Luther King Jr Community Pledge Day Stonehill Snapshot For two hours on Wednesday students faculty and staff stopped by the Dining Commons to sign the Dr Martin Luther King Jr Community Day Pledge Honoring January 4 2016 Remembering Rev Robert J Kruse C S C 55 Stonehill Snapshot The Rev Robert J Kruse C S C a religious studies scholar and a former academic dean of Stonehill died peacefully on Tuesday December 29 He was November 30 2015 Chet Raymo Series Featuring Claudia Rankine Stonehill Snapshot Before a rapt and appreciative audience in the Martin Institute poet Claudia Rankine delivered this year s Chet Raymo Literary Series Lecture One of November 24 2015 2015 Dancing With The Stonehill Stars Battle of the Champions Stonehill Snapshot November 17 2015 Charity Knit In Stonehill Snapshot On Friday November 13 students participated in a Charity Knit In organized to benefit the UMass Memorial The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit NICU by making November 16 2015 In Solidarity with Mizzou Stonehill Snapshot On Monday November 16th students faculty and staff wore black clothing and gathered in the Quad near the Duffy Academic building to stand in solidarity October 30 2015 Close to Evil Holocaust Survivor Tomi Reichental Recalls Experience Stonehill Snapshot Speaking before a full house in the Martin Institute recently Holocaust survivor Tomi Reichental recalled his experience during that dark era when he October 29 2015 Stonehill Community Explores Entomophagy Stonehill Snapshot Those daring enough had the opportunity to try crickets for the first time after hearing from entomophagist Dave Gracer last Friday as the College celebrated October 29 2015 Trick or Treating at Stonehill Stonehill Snapshot Each year the Residence Hall Association invites local children as well as the families of Stonehill employees for an evening of trick or treating in October 22 2015 Alumni Travel Iceland Stonehill Snapshot The latest installment of the Alumni

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  • News & Media  ·  Stonehill College
    Tradition of Athletic Excellence The Stonehill Skyhawks compete in the Northeast 10 Conference the largest NCAA Division II conference in the country Home News Media Monday Morning Update 2016 2015 2014 2013 Stonehill Social Media For the Media Emergencies Stonehill Alumni Magazine Contribute a Story Contribute Photos Find an Expert Contribute a Story Your Name Your Email Your Story Your Story s Image Your PDF Word File Contribute Photos Your Name Your Email Image 1 Image 1 Caption Image 2 Image 2 Caption Image 3 Image 3 Caption OR YouTube Link Additional Information January 25 2016 Monday Morning Update MMU Newsletter This week s Monday Morning Update reports on Handshake Blitz MLK Pledge liberal education Jason Homer 09 and Joe Middleton actor Roger Grunwald Maynard Hinden 02 and Tom MacDonald 80 January 18 2016 Monday Morning Update MMU Newsletter This week s Monday Morning Update reports on Martin Luther King Jr exciting Alumni Day activities Rev John Phelan C S C 71 Erika Kelly 16 Ed Cooley 94 Jamey Breen 14 Andrea Gagliardi 10 and Kristen Hughes 10 January 11 2016 Monday Morning Update MMU Newsletter This week s Monday Morning Update reports on Love Your Melon English Professor George Piggford C S C Professor Emeritus of History James Kenneally and Barbara Sullivan Janelli 72 a city college waste water disposal agreement Tori Faieta 15 the Freezin for a Reason 5k Detective Lieutenant December 30 2015 Monday Morning Update MMU Newsletter This week s Monday Morning Update reports on Stonehill s year in review of 2015 December 14 2015 Monday Morning Update MMU Newsletter This week s Monday Morning Update reports on Professor of Physics and Astronomy Andre Goddu Summer Stonehill Rev Arthur Bud Colgan C S C 68 Biology Professor Nick Block Love Your Melon Christmas Eve Mass Erika Kelly 16 and Stonehill s Christmas Snapshot December 7 2015 Monday Morning Update MMU Newsletter This week s Monday Morning Update reports on Giving Tuesday energy efficiency The Serpent Woman Rev Rick Gribble C S C Doug McIntyre 79 School on Wheels Claudia Rankine ugly Christmas sweater Micah Christian 06 and Stonehill s holiday events November 30 2015 Monday Morning Update News Around Campus This week s Monday Morning Update reports on GivingTuesday Team Impact the American Campus Act on Climate Pledge a charity knit in recently held on campus athletics success No Shave November and Dancing With the Stonehill Stars November 23 2015 Monday Morning Update MMU Newsletter Thanks to everyone who shared why they are thankful this holiday Below are 11 Thanksgiving reflections by members of our community November 16 2015 Monday Morning Update MMU Newsletter This week s Monday Morning Update reports on Robert Noyce Scholarship Program at Stonehill Vice President Joe Biden America s underrated colleges student athletes learning leadership The Serpent Woman extracurricular events Professor Jack Jackson and being thankful this season November 9 2015 Monday Morning Update MMU Newsletter This week s Monday Morning Update reports on Shakespeare at Stonehill Stonehill s Environmental Sciences

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  • From ‘Reluctant Reader’ to City’s Assistant Library Director  ·  News & Media  ·  Stonehill College
    Institute for Law Society The Center for Nonprofit Management The Farm at Stonehill The Carole Calo Gallery H O P E Service Immersion Program Community Service Post Graduate Service Community Based Learning The Life You Change Will Be Your Own Changing the world might seem like a daunting goal but it s something Stonehill students do every day in ways big and small Athletics Recreational Sports NCAA Athletics Recreational Sports A Tradition of Athletic Excellence The Stonehill Skyhawks compete in the Northeast 10 Conference the largest NCAA Division II conference in the country Home News Media From Reluctant Reader to City s Assistant Library Director From Reluctant Reader to City s Assistant Library Director January 21 2016 Stonehill Social Media For the Media Emergencies Stonehill Alumni Magazine Ed Karvoski Jr Community Advocate Jason Homer has evolved from growing up as a self described reluctant reader to being named assistant director of the Marlborough Public Library MPL beginning in August 2015 When I was a teenager I did not love to read he acknowledged If you told a 15 year old Jason that he was going to be a librarian in 10 years he would have laughed at you What a difference a positive interaction between an attentive librarian and a college student can make As a freshman at Stonehill College Homer needed help with an English project He consulted the reference librarian I d been struggling for weeks and this guy found so much information about the project in a couple of minutes Homer relayed It was the librarian s ability to show me what kind of research existed that really sparked my love for libraries Homer s intent to become an English teacher changed to pursuing a career as a librarian After receiving a bachelor s degree in English literature at Stonehill College in 2009 he earned a master s degree in library and information science at Simmons College in 2011 Librarians took me through a journey of information he said I wanted to start doing that with other people While studying at Simmons Homer began gaining library work experience He worked as an assistant circulation supervisor at Regis College and as an adult services librarian at Middleborough Public Library In those positions he enjoyed connecting with diverse library patrons I especially loved working with reluctant readers young men who were like me he shared I found out what they liked and got them excited about books After graduating from Simmons he worked for a year as a research and instruction librarian at Worcester Polytechnic Institute WPI Its library assists departments with the school s Interactive Qualifying Project a nine credit hour interdisciplinary requirement involving applied research that connects science or technology with social issues and human needs Students at WPI are brilliant and amazing Homer said Helping those students do research and finding information for them was always really rewarding For the next three years he worked as a technology coordinator at Wellesley Free Library There he developed

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  • Ballston Resident Helps Disabled Man Lost on the Metro Get Home  ·  News & Media  ·  Stonehill College
    News Media Ballston Resident Helps Disabled Man Lost on the Metro Get Home Ballston Resident Helps Disabled Man Lost on the Metro Get Home January 6 2016 Stonehill Social Media For the Media Emergencies Stonehill Alumni Magazine Jennifer Currier arlnow com Yesterday s evening commute for Ballston resident Andrea Gagliardi was following the normal routine until she found herself helping a disabled man find his way home The man who Gagliardi described as approximately 50 years old mute and mentally disabled was being helped by another woman when she arrived at the Courthouse Metro station That woman was visibly upset saying someone had dropped him off at the station leaving him to figure out how to get to an address written on the back of a business card I couldn t believe someone had just left him Gagliardi told ARLnow com this morning The other woman was truly an angel for finding him and initiating the help because I might not have noticed him if she hadn t called me over The woman asked Gagliardi if she recognized the address Though she didn t she thought she recognized the ZIP code and confirmed it was also in Ballston I offered to take him on the train since I was going that direction hoping there would be police at my station she said I wasn t going to try and take him to the address It could ve been any place that wasn t safe for him or me to be I didn t feel threatened by the man at all Gagliardi added He was pleasant and friendly throughout the trip I just think he was embarrassed so I kept ensuring him we would figure it out together Gagliardi was surprised to find a lack of police presence at the Ballston station and decided to get the attention of the station manager who at first thought the man couldn t speak English Once he realized the man couldn t speak at all that s when Gagliardi said he understood the gravity of the situation and Metro officials took over The manager led him away from the crowds so I left the station looking for a police officer but no such luck she said I knew I had done the right thing but I started feeling guilty thinking I should ve stayed and made sure he was okay If I could do it again I would ve stayed The incident Monday was the third time in a little over the year Gagliardi has come to the assistance of someone in need at an Arlington Metro station The first was an intoxicated man who almost fell onto the tracks and last month a woman was stuck on an elevator At first I thought why does this always happen to me she said But in each of the three scenarios I ve been involved in there have been other people also helping Gagliardi is a contractor for the U S Department of Homeland Security

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