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Bookstore Hours

THe Bookstore’s hours this week are: Monday – Wednesday     9 – 5 Thursday                           9 – 4 Friday – Sunday                CLOSED  

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Open Class Opportunity with Professor Jayita Sarkar, April 8th @ 4pm

SAVE THE DATE AND STOP BY!   COME ALONE OR BRING A FRIEND!     Open Class POL 348: Peace and Conflict Studies April 8, Wednesday, 4:00-5:00, Martin 207   Speaker Dr. Jayita Sarkar Stanton Nuclear Security Fellow  John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University Join us…

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ADORATION CANCELLED TONIGHT- An Invitation

ADORATION CANCELLED DUE TO TENEBRAE TONIGHT AT 7:00PM IN THE CHAPEL OF MARY.   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…

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Go Global: Pursuing & Leveraging Post-Graduate Service, April 13th at 6pm

SAVE THE DATE AND STOP BY! COME ALONE OR BRING A FRIEND! Go Global: Pursuing and Leveraging Post-Graduate Service What can you do with a major in political science? Each semester, Stonehill’s Department of Political Science invites recent graduates to share their perspective with current…

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HILL REC SPORTS AND HILL FITNESS ANNOUNCE A NEW FREE CLASS

HILL REC SPORTS AND HILL FITNESS ANNOUNCE A NEW FREE CLASS WOMEN AND WEIGHTS This class is designed for all levels of women who want to learn or improve resistance training. Instructor, Kelsey Weymouth, will work in small groups, or individually, teaching principles, techniques and the various methods…

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Tenebrae with the Stonehill College Chapel Choir

Tenebrae with the  Stonehill College Chapel Choir Monday, March 30, 2015 at 7:00pm Tenebrae (a service of shadows) is based around readings from scripture describing the hours leading up to and including the crucifixion of Christ. After each reading, music is sung and one of…

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Diabetes Supporters Meeting – April 20

DIABETES SUPPORTERS GROUP FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS Do you have Diabetes, or know someone who does? A group of Stonehill College Students have started a Diabetes Awareness Group. Get to know other college students who have Diabetes Give and get support from others Learn more about Diabetes…

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Lt. Colonel James G. Zumwalt to speak at The Martin Institute, March 25

The Martin Institute Presents:   Lieutenant Colonel James G. Zumwalt   Retired Marine Lieutenant Colonel James G. Zumwalt will be discussing his book “Bare Feet, Iron Will”–based on his numerous trips back to Vietnam after the war to gain insights about that conflict from the…

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Biology Dept. Student Thesis Presentations, Fri. 3/27

Danielle Garceau “Identification and Characterization of Cold-Tolerant Crop Plants for Four-Season Harvesting” Alexander Tavares “Influence of the Lateral Line Organ on Cooperative Antipredator Behaviors in Poecilia reticulata” Friday, March 27th @ 2:30 p.m. Martin 105

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Chemistry and Biochemistry Seminar Friday, 3/27

Nicholas Leadbeater, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry University of Connecticut “Flow, Fluorine and Facile oxidation: Development of new and exciting preparative chemistry” Friday, March 27 @ 1:00 p.m. Martin 105 Refreshments following

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