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On October 21, the East Parlor filled with students, faculty and staff who wanted to learn more about the topic of Precision Medicine in Pediatric Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL). The lecture was part of the acclaimed Biomedical Lecture Series presented twice annually by the Biology Department.
To bring Logue Library into the present and sustain it into the future, renovations are planned to create dedicated learning centers, areas for more electronic equipment and more.
For the fourth consecutive year, Chestnut Hill College will be hosting its annual sustainability conference, and for the first time, will be doing so in conjunction with the fair trade event happening on the same day.
The inaugural sprint football season may be over but the excitement and uncommon excellence it brought to the College is still very much felt among the students, the athletes and everyone else on campus.
Nearly 500 registered for the 2015 Harry Potter Conference, an annual, interdisciplinary, academic conference. Forty speakers presented papers or gave lectures.
Inspired by Pope Francis’ visit to Philadelphia for the World Meeting of Families, and the mission of the Sisters of Saint Joseph, Chestnut Hill College’s Institute for Forgiveness and Reconciliation will host Mary Jo Leddy, Ph.D., who will deliver a lecture titled “Seeing the ‘Dear Neighbor’ in Faces Not Like Ours” on Tuesday, November 17, at 7 p.m. at the College’s SugarLoaf Campus.
Chestnut Hill College’s Institute for Religion and Sciences welcomes Marc Schulz, Ph.D., Rachel C. Hale professor in Science and Mathematics, at Bryn Mawr College to deliver the lecture titled “Science of Mindfulness: What We Know and Don’t Know,” on Monday, Nov. 16 at 7 p.m., at Chestnut Hill College’s SugarLoaf Campus.
Seventh annual Lily's Loop event was once again a huge success, raising over $1,200 for families in need.
The College community gathered in mid-September for CHC’s annual Opening Liturgy and celebrated the theme, “Love is Our Mission.”
Chestnut Hill College will host its Fourth Annual Harry Potter Conference on October 16, beginning at 8:30 a.m. The Harry Potter Conference is an annual, interdisciplinary academic conference held at Chestnut Hill College that provides a forum for scholarly presentations arising out of J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series.
Dr. Hunger will deliver the lecture “Precision Medicine in Pediatric Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia” on Wednesday, Oct. 21, at 3 p.m.
Against their CSFL and CACC rival, Post University, Chestnut Hill College orchestrated a stunning come from behind victory in their road-debut.
Chestnut Hill College’s Institute for Religion and Sciences welcomes Michael Mann, Ph.D., distinguished professor of meteorology and director of Earth System Science Center, on Oct. 19, at Commonwealth Chateau, SugarLoaf Campus at 7 p.m.
In conjunction with the Harry Potter Festival in Chestnut Hill, Chestnut Hill College will hold its annual Harry Potter Conference, Philadelphia Brotherly Love Cup Quidditch Tournament and Wizard Rock Concert from October 16-17.
Returning for the sixth year, CHC will host the Brotherly Love Quidditch Tournament, doing so as defending champions.
CHC celebrated the events of the historical papal visit with many events on campus. Additionally, many in the community were fortunate to attend the events in the city, and have happily shared their unique stories.
Nicholas Williams ’13 understood the importance of having an internship as a chemistry major. Now, as a student at the University of Chicago, Williams is thankful for his internship opportunities, as they are helping him succeed in the sciences.
In observance of Constitution Day (Sept. 17), the Students’ Political Science Association (SPSA) sponsored several activities, allowing students, faculty and staff to get a firsthand look at the U.S. Constitution.
Chestnut Hill College welcomes Stephen P. Hunger, M.D., to deliver the lecture “Precision Medicine in Pediatric Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia” on Wednesday, Oct. 21, at 3 p.m. in the East Parlor, St. Joseph Hall as part of the 22nd Annual Biomedical Lecture Series.
CHC's Colleen Gibson, SSJ, and assistant director of campus ministry, was featured in a NY Times article entitled, "The Comeback of the American Nun," about a recent surge of young women, under 30, being drawn to religious life.  Sr. Colleen speaks about finding her vocation with the Sisters of St. Joseph through VISION Vocations, the committment to being a sister, the role of being able to help other young women discern who they are and how they want to live, and more.

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