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Bobby Kennedy, Tues. March 14 @ 11:30am

The Joseph W. Martin Institute for Law & Society presents: Bobby Kennedy In Bobby Kennedy, veteran journalist and author Larry Tye peels away layers of myth and misconceptions about RFK to paint a complete portrait of this singularly fascinating figure.   Tuesday, March 14th 11:30 am –…

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IT Service Desk Alert: Update on Student Printing

The following email was sent to students earlier today. IT is providing this information to all Stonehill employees in case you get any questions from students about printing quotas or MobilePrint printers. —- In December, we notified you that students would receive a print quota…

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Shamrock Sprint 5k, March 19th

What is it? A 5k run/walk sponsored by the Good News Club Why? To celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day and support a great cause! Wearing green is encouraged but not required. All proceeds raised will support the nonprofit CameroonONE, which provides orphaned children in Cameroon with…

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Dean’s Forum

Dean’s Forum Friday, March 3, 2017 MacPháidín Library -Flynn DisCo 116 Refreshments starting at 2:30 pm Talk will begin promptly at 2:40 pm All are welcome! Scott Cohen Director of the Digital Innovation Lab and Phyllis Thompson Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning…

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Lunch with Kristen Hughes, Mon. March 13 @ 11:30am

The Joseph W. Martin Institute for Law & Society presents: Lunch with Kristen Hughes Join the chair of the Massachusetts Republican Party for a conversation on Massachusetts and party politics.   Monday, March 13th 11:30 am – 1:00 pm Martin Institute Auditorium All are welcome Lunch…

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Dear Dietitian

Dear Dietitian, How do I know if I’m eating healthy in the commons? There are so many choices and I get overwhelmed very easily! Signed, Confused in the Commons Dear Confused in the Commons, Most of the food in the commons is available in a build-at-the-station…

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IT Service Desk Tuesday Tip: OneNote

Whether you scribble ideas on napkins and sticky notes or precise filing is more your style, OneNote has you covered no matter how you shape your thoughts. OneNote is a different way to digitize your notes, ideas, and to-do lists, allowing you to add mixed…

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Guest Speaker Dr. Ebrahimi, Founder and Director of the Cambridge Eating Disorder Center, TODAY at 7pm in Duffy 101

 Guest Speaker Dr. Ebrahimi, Founder and Director of the Cambridge Eating Disorders Center Today, Feb. 20th at 7pm in Duffy 101 Learn about the development and treatment of Disordered Eating among college students.  Sponsored by the Health and Wellness Center, wellness@stonehill.edu

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Last day to Register for the Conference on disABILITIES

Conference on disABILITIES Friday, February 24 Pettit Atrium, Shields Science Center Registration closes today! The conference aims to be an evening full of thought provoking sessions, enriching discussions, and empowerment for action, as it pertains to disability issues. The purpose of this conference is to bring…

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Consider Applying for an Inclusive Excellence Grant! Applications due by Friday, March 3rd

Consider Applying for an Inclusive Excellence Grant! All grants applications due by noon, Friday, March 3rd for the 2016-2017 academic year.  Stonehill students, faculty, administrators and staff members are  invited to apply for the Office of Intercultural Affairs’ Inclusive Excellence Grants.   We seek proposals for…

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