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Feast of the Ascension

Campus Ministry invites you to come celebrate the Feast of the Ascension, a Holy Day of Obligation on Thursday, May 14th. Two Masses will be offered on Campus: 8:00 a.m. in Donahue Hall 12:05 p.m. in the Chapel of Mary

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Bookstore Hours This Week

The Bookstore will be open Monday to Friday 9 – 4 this week. For Commencement Weekend, the hours will be: Saturday  12 – 4 Sunday 8.30 – 10 & 12 – 4

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IT Service Desk Alert: Teaching and Technology Showcase-May 4th

Monday, May 4th, 11:30am-1pm, MacPhaidin Library DisCo (room 116) for the “Teaching and Technology Showcase.” This exhibition style event is a great opportunity to interact with faculty who will share their innovative teaching methods and creative uses of technology in a one-to-one setting. Stop by…

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DiverCity Video

 Did you miss DiverCity 2015? Thanks to professionals in Media Technology Services as well as a talented student staff, the DiverCity 2015 video is now available at this link. Thank you to all of the performers, supporters, organizers, coordinators and the DiverCity Committee for a fantastic…

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This Week at The Farm

This Week at The Farm… Beth Collins, Food Assitance Manager at My Brother’s Keeper, paid us a visit on Monday with her 7 month old son Teddy to check up on the seedlings growing along in the field and hoophouses. Last Week – Langwater Farm…

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Andrea Duarte ’15 Honors Thesis

The Department of Political Science and International Studies Proudly Announces Andrea Duarte will be defending her thesis entitled “Brazil and Argentina: The Challenge of Anti-Corruption Reform and Democratic Accountability”​ Friday May 1st 10-11am in College Center 106 If you have any questions please contact Bettina Scholz (bscholz@stonehill.edu)​

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Nutrition Note

Healthy Study Snacks It’s almost final time! What are some great snack choices to keep your study sessions productive? Check your knowledge! 1. You’re in the library and need a snack. Name 3 healthy snacks you can get at ACES place. 2. You’re in your room studying and need a…

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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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Come see the Museum Studies Class’s Enhancements to the Shovel Collection

Join the Introduction to Museum Studies Class For a reception showcasing their Final Project to Enhance the Stonehill Shovel Collection Friday May 1, 2015 3:30-5:00pm Cushing-Martin Hall Light Refreshments will be served Featuring: Shovels, New Displays, Signage, Virtual Tours and More  

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Open Class on Genocide & International Human Rights Law, April 27th

SAVE THE DATE AND STOP BY! COME ALONE OR BRING A FRIEND! Open Class POL 143: International Politics, April 27, Monday, 10:30-11:20, Martin 207 Prof. Anna Ohanyan Destruction and Denial: The Case of the Armenian Genocide and International Human Rights Law The Armenian Genocide by…

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