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Sorgenti Arena was transformed for the evening of May 6 into an elegant ballroom in which 220 friends of Chestnut Hill College gathered to mingle, eat, dance and most importantly, support CHC’s student scholarship program.
Celebrating Diversity with Kente Cloth Ceremony
Surrounded by family, friends and the Chestnut Hill College community, 20 students celebrated their diversity and collective unity as part of the first annual Kente Cloth ceremony.
Prior to Commencement, student accomplishments were celebrated at the annual Student Leadership Awards Banquet.
Chestnut Hill College’s annual Reunion Weekend is always a much-anticipated event. This year’s was so highly anticipated that attendance was up by more than 15 percent over last year.
6ABC News reporter Jeff Chiricho reported from CHC’s campus about the impending storm that threatened Commencement proceedings.
Did you know that June 30 will mark the 25th Anniversary of Sister Carol’s presidency—making her the longest-serving president in the College’s history?
After extensive searches, four new staff members have been hired to join the Chestnut Hill College community.
With drenching rains, high winds and cold temperatures in the forecast, the decision was made—about 48 hours in advance of CHC’s 90th Commencement ceremony on May 13—to move the event into Sorgenti Arena. A first in CHC history.
Sister Jean Faustman, D.M.L., associate professor of French and Spanish, was this year's recipient of the Lindback Award for Distinguished Teaching.
At its quarterly meeting on May 8, CHC’s Board of Directors elected Catherine Lockyer Moulton ’92 as its Chair, effective in September.
Sorgenti Arena was the site of a night of celebration as CHC hosted its annual Athletics Award Reception to recognize individual and team achievements over the course of the 2016-17 academic year.