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Campus Police Launches Citizens Police Academy

Want to learn about criminal and sexual assault investigations, forensics, cyber-crimes, criminal law and more? The Stonehill College Police Department (SCPD) is offering a behind-the-scenes look at campus law enforcement through its Citizens Police Academy, which seeks to expand communications and collaboration between the department…

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Nominations: Student Alumni Association (SAA)

March 3, 2015 Dear Faculty and Staff: The Office of Alumni Affairs is in the process of soliciting nominations for the Student Alumni Association (SAA). This student group serves as a bridge between alumni and current students. Members represent the College as well as the Advancement…

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Daylight Savings

It may not look like it’s that time of year, but the Facilities Management Department would like to remind everyone that Daylight Savings Time starts this weekend and clocks will “spring” ahead by one hour early on Sunday morning March 8, 2015. Our electricians will…

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TONIGHT: Political Science & International Studies Guest Speaker, 6:30pm

What?       “The Role of the UN in a Rapidly Changing World” Who?         Armen Baibourtian When?      6:30-8:00 PM on Tuesday, March 3, 2015 Where?     Martin Institute 105 Prof. Baibourtian will outline the phenomenon of “three United Nations” and will discuss its global impact. He will address…

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What Does Selma Have to do with Me?

Join the Office of Intercultural Affairs in a discussion about the film “Selma” and how we can engage in social change, justice, and solidarity. Wednesday, March 4th 4:00pm-5:00pm Duffy 149 Click here for more information!

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The Great Duck Hunt Begins Today!

Please be a aware that the student program “The Great Duck Hunt” begins today, and will run through the rest of the week. If employee’s see a plastic duck around campus (in buildings, on snow, etc.) please leave them untouched for students to find. There are wellness…

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Political Science & International Studies Guest Speaker, March 3rd at 6:30pm

What?       “The Role of the UN in a Rapidly Changing World” Who?         Armen Baibourtian When?      6:30-8:00 PM on Tuesday, March 3, 2015 Where?     Martin Institute 105 Prof. Baibourtian will outline the phenomenon of “three United Nations” and will discuss its global impact. He will address…

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Nutrition Note

Spring Break Nutrition Don’t take a break from good nutrition. Take this quiz to see how you can incorporate good food choices into your Spring Break! 1. You’re flying somewhere nice, but your flight is during meal time. Which of the following are the best choices to pack…

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An Invitation

Why not enjoy a few minutes of quiet contemplation and peaceful meditation in prayer before the Eucharist to renew and strengthen your love ______________________________________________ Monday Evenings in the Chapel of Mary we will continue the practice of Eucharistic Adoration.  We have an hour’s framework of…

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“I Got Lucky” Guest Speaker Scott Maloney, Monday March 2nd, 7pm

Scott Maloney’s “I GOT LUCKY!” YOU’LL LAUGH. YOU MIGHT CRY. YOU’LL DEFINITELY BE MOVED. MONDAY, MARCH 2ND @ 7PM In the Martin Institute Auditorium On September 18, 2004, Scott Maloney’s life was forever changed when he was rushed to the emergency room after taking a…

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