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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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This Week at The Farm

This Week at The Farm… Jess and Matt help to plant our first 2 rows of sugar snap peas during volunteer hours on April 10th!  Last Week – During Farm Friday Volunteer Hours we planted peas in the field and an array of greens, beets,…

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Farmhouse Conversation – Friday, April 24th at 4pm

You are invited to a Farmhouse Conversation! Friday, April 24th, 4:00pm-5:15pm The Farmhouse, 411 Washington St.   Farmhouse Writing Fellow: Professor of Sociology and Director of the Office of Community-Based Learning, Corey Dolgon, will be our host, and will share about his work: “How the Knowledge…

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“Open Sesame” Film Screening & lunch, Friday April 24 @ 11:30

The Martin Institute & Food Truth Present: Open Sesame: A Film Screening About 90 percent of the fruits and vegetables found 100 years ago, no longer exist today. Care to learn where your food actuallycomes from? Join Food Truth on April 24th at 11:30 a.m. in Martin…

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TODAY!! Dr. Lerna Ekmekcioglu MIT Guest Speaker

The Department of Political Science & International Studies Presents: Dr. Lerna Ekmekcioglu Massachusetts Institute of Technology Lerma Ekmekcioglu is McMillan-Steward Associate Professor of History at Massachusetts Institute of Technology where she is also affiliated with the Women and Gender Studies Program. She is the co-author…

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IT Service Desk Alert: System Maintenance on Friday, April 24, 2015 from 5:00pm to midnight and Windows Updates on Monday, April 27, 2015

On Friday, April 24, 2015 from 5:00pm to midnight, the Department of Information Technology will be performing routine systems maintenance, patching and upgrades on selected servers.  During the downtime, you might experience intermittent problems with the following systems and Internet connectivity. myHill Banner Domain Login…

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Flash Sale – Today & Tomorrow

Another Flash Sale is happening in the Bookstore – today & tomorrow. In the Boland store from 9 – 5 and at www.stonehillshop.com all day. 25% off t-shirts         25% off shorts 25% off hats             25% off drinkware 25% off Clearance (in store only)

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