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Entering the race for the 17th State Senatorial District in Pennsylvania is Amanda Cappelletti, Vice Chair of the East Norriton Board of Supervisors and Chestnut Hill College graduate, equipped with the experience and goals for confronting today’s most relevant issues, from public health to gun violence.
For providing high-quality, hands-on learning in a vibrant and welcoming community, Chestnut Hill College has once again achieved national recognition as a “College of Distinction.”
This is the fourth year in a row the College has received the honor from Colleges of Distinction, an organization whose annual college guidebook identifies the nation’s top colleges and universities. The College was also named for a fourth time as both a Catholic and a Pennsylvania College of Distinction and for a second time as both a Business and Education College of Distinction.
This year, the Tichenor-Greer Scholars Program welcomes the largest cohort of students in its history.
Faith and service define the life of Deena Sellers ’01. The Mt. Airy native teaches multiple subjects at Xavier High School in Manhattan and serves as the chair of its Community Life and Inclusion Council. She routinely plans and participates in service immersion trips in which she, students, and other members of the school travel far and wide to help the less fortunate. A devoted Catholic, she belongs to the Church of St. Francis Xavier in Brooklyn; she is also a member of the Board and Selection Committee for the Pierre Toussaint Scholarship Program of the Archdiocese of New York. Perpetually in motion, she also partakes in community-based projects for Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. as well as the Office of Black Ministry, assisting the New York City-based organization in achieving its mission of promoting the aspirations of black Catholics.
Chestnut Hill College and Lehigh Carbon Community College have entered into a new transfer articulation agreement that allows LCCC graduates to seamlessly transfer credits to CHC.
Sara McCorriston, who attended Mount St. Joseph Academy in Flourtown and Chestnut Hill College, is co-owner of Paradigm Gallery + Studio, a Center City art gallery touted in a Philadelphia Magazine “Best of” issue as “the place to discover up-and-coming artists.’’
Christine Jackson ’20, ’24 SGS, who graduated from Chestnut Hill College with a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice and a minor in human services, will be one of the first students in Chestnut Hill College’s new Master of Science in Cybersecurity online program.