The Griffin News Update, an e-newsletter created by the Office of Communications, features Chestnut Hill College mentions in the news, faculty highlights, and events.
The College was featured in an article in the print version of the Philadelphia Business Journal that discussed the current comprehensive campaign and new renovations on the main campus. A second blog article with a photo slide show of the renovations to the Michael and Margaret Carney McCaffrey '77 Lounge, the Jack and Rosemary Gulati '61 Complex, and the Commonwealth Chateau also featured the College.
Chestnut Hill was mentioned in a story in USA Today about Georgian Court University's decision to become co-educational. The College is listed as one of several schools to make the switch in the past decade.
Adjunct professor Neal Dhand was the subject of an article in the Chestnut Hill Local that discusses his filmmaking talents and his most recent film.
Members of the Class of 2016 who participated in the LENS (Leadership, Engagement and Service) Program were featured in the Philadelphia Metro for their service work around the Philadelphia area in late August.
Jessica Kahn, Ph.D., professor of education at Chestnut Hill, was featured in a story in the Philadelphia Inquirer for her mission to collect and distribute books to local Philadelphia public schools to help create libraries.
The Chestnut Hill Local featured the College in an article highlighting the new program and course offerings tailored to address and support adults with Autism. Rosemary Mullaly, program coordinator of the Chestnut Hill Autism Initiative Network and Dr. Rosemarie Manfredi, assistant professor of psychology and curriculum coordinator of ASD programs were interviewed for the article.
Denise Love McDaid '62, who had a sculpture exhibit in the Dwight V. Dowley Gallery, was mentioned in a variety of community calendars in the area, including Main Line Today, the CBS Local Web site, the Springford Reporter, the Willow Grove Guide, Ambler Gazette, the Chestnut Hill Patch, and other local newspapers.
Mary Rochford '81, former superintendent of schools for the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, was featured in an article in the Pottstown Mercury for being named to the pontifical Order of Saint Gregory the Great by Pope Benedict XVI.
Ralph Tudisco '91 was featured in an article in the Chestnut Hill Local for founding the Amici Opera Company, and for performing the opera "King Lear" for the first time in the United States.
The Chestnut Hill Local wrote a story about the men's soccer team trip to England during the Olympics and a brief season preview.
Women's soccer player Kaitlyn Pizzarro was mentioned in a sports round-up in the Philadelphia Inquirer.
The Philly Lacrosse Web site featured Thomas McDermott of Ridley High School and his decision to commit to College's lacrosse team.
Community support and soup were abundant at this year's 14th Annual Empty Bowl Dinner at the College, which raised $30,000 dollars for the Northwest Interfaith Hospitality Network. The dinner host option, as well as new corporate sponsors, helped to top this year's total to the highest grossing dinner in the history of the College.