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From L to R: Dr. Jeffrey Carroll, Ph.D., Jacqueline Reich, Ph.D., Pearl Kim, J.D., and John Kovach, Ph.D.

On Monday, October 15, Chestnut Hill College welcomed congressional candidate Pearl Kim to campus to share her story and engage with the College community on election issues and the future of politics.

Sister Cathie Picture

Sister Cathie Meighan garnered her first award as a painter when her abstract work won first prize in an art exhibition juried by the Philadelphia Sketch Club, America’s oldest club for professional artists. Her painting “Uncharted Waters” was among 87 other paintings featured in the exhibition “Absolutely Abstract 2018.” 

books

Thanks to a generous grant from the Sisters of Saint Joseph Mission Fund, students in the School of Undergraduate Studies will be able to benefit from a new initiative, the lending library.

Tobacco-free sign

Chestnut Hill College is now a tobacco-free campus, which is something that offers immense benefits to students, faculty/staff and visitors alike.

International Students

Chestnut Hill College recently welcomed 24 international students from 11 different countries to study here for the fall semester.

Sister Lisa (center) with a group of sisters from the African Sisters Education Collaborative.

Two sisters who are committed to bringing societal change to Africa can be found across the sea, on another continent, in another city, at Chestnut Hill College.

CHC badges

For the second year in a row, Chestnut Hill College received honors as an undergraduate College of Distinction. 2018 was the first year that the schools of graduate and continuing and professional studies received the distinction as well.