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December 2017

December 2017

In this Issue

Belgian waffles

From Commuter Appreciation Week to Waffle Wednesdays, November featured great events for students to enjoy together.

senior seminar

This year's fall senior seminar, which took place on November 29, showcased 105 graduating seniors representing 17 majors.

Pam King

Chestnut Hill College is poised to launch a new undergraduate degree program in cybersecurity — one of the first of its type in the region.

science students presentation

Science for Non-Majors Students Present Findings
According to the American Cancer Society, there were more than 1.6 million (estimated) new cancer cases diagnosed in 2017. 

Gatsby Mystery Dinner

The Residence Life staff celebrated the end of the semester with a 1920s-themed mystery dinner party.

holiday cheer

The year drew to a close with a successful Holiday Cheer event on December 1 when dozens of CHC alumni and friends started the holiday season while mingling and reminiscing on campus.

Pete Kidd

Pete Kidd ’12, marketing major, discusses his work experience.

cross country runners

It's been a busy month for GriffinNation. Here is a roundup of the top things that happened in November.

student in Paris

Philadelphia and Paris are actually very similar. They both have a tough, gritty charm that is complemented by beautiful architecture and a rich history.

Christmas in Denmark

It can be argued that no one celebrates Christmas quite like the Danish. In Denmark, Christmas celebrations last for the month of December.

griffins in the news

CHC and members of the college community are often mentioned in the news. Read on for some recent articles.

tower health

Did you know that three CHC student-athletes recently took part in a commercial shoot for Tower Health?

Beck award winner

Samantha Wertheimer, a Year V student in the Psy.D. Program, has been awarded the fifth annual Stephen N. Berk Memorial Award.

veterans table

In honor of Veteran’s Day, November 11, Marie Scheetz and Michael Reig of the Registrar’s Office set a table outside the Dining Hall to commemorate fallen, missing or imprisoned military service members.