As the most tenured member of the faculty, Sister Mary Helen Kashuba happily carries the mace at Chestnut Hill College's 90th Commencement last Saturday.
James Gallagher, Ph.D., and Carolina Perez '20, recipient of the James P. & Anne Gallagher Endowed Scholarship, are all smiles at this year's Scholarship Gala. Gallagher was honored for his dedication to education and to Chestnut Hill College.
Student-athletes and student leaders were honored for their successes and accomplishments at a pair of banquets held Monday night.
Paul Offit, M.D., offered his talk, "How to Communicate Science to the Public or Die Trying" as part of CHC's Annual Distinguished Biomedical Lecture Series, held last week.
Taking advantage of the beautiful weather on Monday, members of the Archery Club held a festive practice, shooting plastic Easter eggs at the targets.
Students took full advantage of the informal networking opportunity sponsored last week by the Office of Career Development.
Monday, March 20th, marked the Feast of St. Joseph. The CHC community thanks the Sisters of Saint Joseph for their many years of selfless service to the mission and tradition of Chestnut Hill College.
Students returned from spring break to find snow on the ground and more on the way. It's a good thing the campus always looks beautiful this time of year!
On a beautiful March afternoon, one of the campus pets takes a moment to soak up the sun by the "Free Spirit" statue outside St. Joseph Hall.