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    When Lauren Barrow, Ph.D., assistant professor of criminal justice, first conceived of the special topics course, Social Construction of Deviance through Tattoo Art, she had only a glimmer of how the semester would unfold.

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Clement Hall

Chestnut Hill College has announced it will be receiving a $1,000,000 grant from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Governor Tom Wolf announced the award in January as part of the state’s Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program (RACP).


Even when CHC’s students leave the campus for the summer, the grounds are never really empty. This summer will witness even more activity – of the Education – Sports – Fun variety.

Earth Center

Although Earth Day was first recognized on April 22, 1970, the values it represents have been part of the fabric of Chestnut Hill College since its founding and an integral part of its mission.

Fournier Hall goes green for the Eagles

It was a week to remember on campus, as Chestnut Hill College celebrated the Philadelphia Eagles going to the Super Bowl with a “Griffins Go Green Week.”

Sr Cathy Nerney

Sister Cathy Nerney, Ph.D., director of Institute for Forgiveness and Reconciliation, was fortunate to witness Super Bowl LII in person and shares her experience with the CHC community.

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.

women's lacrosse hall of fame

Under the direction of 2011 Hall of Famer, Janice Kuklick, women’s lacrosse became one of the college’s most successful programs. Members of those teams will soon join their esteemed coach in taking their place in the Chestnut Hill College Athletics Hall of Fame.