People are fearful of stalkers. We envision strangers lurking in dark alleys and outside our dorm rooms. The reality is that “nearly 3 in 4 of all victims of stalking knew their offender in some capacity” (Baum, Catalano, & Rand, 2009) and “59% of female victims were stalked by some type of intimate partner…and [...]
“It needs to get better: Listen up Theory Students” Professor Patricia Leavy reflects about the movement’s efforts in her Sociological Theories class: One of my favorite quotes is: “The candle is not there to illuminate itself.” To me, this means knowledge should be put into action—to make visible what may be in darkness and to [...]
An Auto-ethnography Privilege, Class and a Qualitative Research Course It is Thursday afternoon; the sun is shining in my window as I glance at the clock. It mocks me telling me it is time to go to work. I jump off my bed, as I listen to the grumblings of the T.V. behind me. I [...]
To what extent do we see ourselves connected with the lives and experiences of others?
The Washington Experience is one of the many opportunities offered by Stonehill College. A student is given the chance to live and work in this amazing city for a semester of their college career.
Composting at Stonehill College: Breanne Penkala ’15, Jeff Santos ’15, Colin Walker ’15, Andrew Curran ’15, Alphonse Riang ’15
PRINTS first visual photo essay!!