The Chestnut Hill Local ran a feature story about Pat Hynes, a CHC alum. The story was called "After CHC Graduation, 50 Years of Service to Humanity" and was reprinted from the Chestnut Hill College magazine.
Chestnut Hill College was part of a Global Sisters Report story on "Sisters who blazed trails in higher education preserve heritage, charisms of Catholic universities" in which Sister Carol was quoted extensively.
The Chestnut Hill Local printed four photos and captions during the last two weeks of February:
- February 16 - CHC’s Global March for Unity and CHC’s hosting of MLK Community Day.
- February 23 - Dr. Lawrence Little’s lecture and the Steinway Artist Concert featuring Karen Walwyn.
On February 16, the Chestnut Hill Local ran a feature story about CHC alum, Monica Vesci, who graduated with a degree in Fine Arts in 2004. Vesci designed a stylish clutch for women with diabetes in which they can organize and carry their supplies.
On February 18 and 19, CHC hosted a climate conference presented by the Citizens Climate Lobby. The Intelligencer had the story.
The Times News announced that Thespina Godshalk ’10, SGS, was named the new director of Teen Central.
Pia Troutman ’45, and her husband, Bill, celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary recently. The Retrospect had the story.
The Springfield Sun announced that Norwood-Fontbonne Academy was recently awarded a grant from PAIS-BOA to address environmental stability and foster collaboration between NFA and neighboring institutions. NFA teamed up with Parents Association, Chestnut Hill College, Morris Arboretum and Boyer Sudduth.
The Philadelphia Inquirer reported that Carol Jean Vale, SSJ, Ph.D., was appointed for an additional five-year term as president of Chestnut Hill College.
CBS3 interviewed Mary Trossi ’19 after she put together the first triple-double in Chestnut Hill College women’s basketball history.
Chestnut Hill College held a Military Appreciation Night during the women’s basketball game on December 7, the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. The Chestnut Hill Local has the story.
The Chestnut Hill Local mentioned that Chestnut Hill College education students will help develop waste and recycling lessons that can be used in the classroom as part of a grant made to Norwood-Fontbonne Academy to address environmental sustainability.
CHC Board of Directors member, Frank Reynolds, CEO of PizarBio, was named 2016 Irish Education 100 Recipient. TheStreet.com has the story.