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CHC in the News

CHC in the News

Mckeithan Owens, a student in the School of Continuing & Professional Studies, was featured in the spring 2017 issue of Pathways, the magazine of the Community College of Philadelphia. The article mentions Owens’ plan to graduate from CHC in 2018 with a bachelor’s degree in Human Services and a minor in Clinical Psychology. His goal is to become a licensed practicing clinician.

 

Melanie Garthwaite ’13 earned her master’s degree in forensic medicine from the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in July, as noted in the Cape May County Herald.com. She currently is employed as an emergency room technician and plans to pursue a career in death investigation.

 

Alex Hershman, CHC’s track and cross country coach, recently set a record in his first-time marathon, which he dedicated to his father who is battling leukemia. Read the story in The Morning Call.

 

Chestnut Hill College was mentioned in the September/October 2017 issue of Pennsylvania Magazine www.pa-mag.com, which wrote about the upcoming Harry Potter Weekend, and included pictures of the Quidditch tournament and a picture of recent CHC graduate, Thomas Morgan ’17. 

 

The Wilton (Conn.) Bulletin published a story about Scott Browning, Ph.D., and his third book about contemporary families. The Chestnut Hill Local also ran a story about Dr. Browning’s book.

 

The Chestnut Hill Local ran a story about CHC’s women’s volleyball program in late September.

 

Rita Schwartz ’63 is president of Local 1776 of the Association of Catholic Teachers was quoted recently in Philly.com in a story about negotiations between Catholic high school teachers and the Philadelphia Archdiocese.

 

Sister Mary Elizabeth Clark, assistant to the president for sustainability and director of the Earth Center, had an op ed piece published in philly.com recently.

 

Senior women’s soccer player and goalkeeper, Meghan Guagenti, was featured in the new Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) Audio Network. She talked about life as a NCAA Division II student-athlete.

 

CHC’s recent trip to Kenya was mentioned in The Wood Word, the online newsletter of Marywood University. 

 

The Chestnut Hill Local wrote about CHC’s soccer program and featured two CHC players in photos.

 

According to several sources, including the Chestnut Hill Patch, CHC has been ranked among the best colleges in Pennsylvania by U.S. News & World Report.

October, 2017
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