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Members of the Class of '91 gather together and celebrate at the College's 70th Annual Reunion Weekend
Members of the Class of '91 celebrated in style at the College's 70th Annual Reunion Weekend in early June. Photo credit: Linda Johnson
Date: June 27, 2016
Filling the chapel, family, friends and students take part in the Baccalaureate Mass, which preceded Commencement on May 13.
Filling the chapel, family, friends and students take part in the Baccalaureate Mass, which preceded Commencement on May 13. Photo credit: Linda Johnson
Date: June 13, 2016
In honor of the upcoming 20th anniversary, individuals who had an impact on the SCPS program such as Kathleen Anderson (left), current asst. to the president for special projects, at this year's scholarship gala.
Kathleen Anderson, Ph.D., (left), asst. to the president for special projects, was among the honorees at the Scholarship Gala for their work with the SCPS program, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary. Photo credit: Linda Johnson
Date: June 7, 2016
Mary Katherine Ortale '16 carries in the SUS banner at CHC's Commencement.
Mary Katherine Ortale '16 carries in the SUS banner at last weekend's Commencement. Photo credit: Linda Johnson
Date: May 23, 2016
Justice Kevin Dougherty stands with his son Sean and Sean's girlfriend Regina Trabosh, both members of the class of 2016. Dougherty will be giving the Commencement address at this year's graduation.
Justice Kevin Dougherty stands with his son Sean and Sean's girlfriend Regina Trabosh, both members of the class of 2016. Dougherty will be giving the address at this Saturday's Commencement. Photo credit: Marilee Gallagher
Date: May 10, 2016
Nicole Carney '16, accepts the Director's Award, the highest honor for a CHC student athlete, at the Athletics Award Reception
Nicole Carney '16, accepts the Director's Award, the highest honor for a CHC student athlete, at the Athletics Award Reception. Photo credit: Marilee Gallagher '14
Date: May 3, 2016
Members of the College community gather for a prayer service around the Peace Pole as part of the Earth Day celebration.
Members of the College community gather for a prayer service around the Peace Pole as part of the Earth Day celebration. Photo credit: Marilee Gallagher '14
Date: April 25, 2016
Getting students excited for the baseball season is easy when the Phillies Trolley and ball girls make a stop on campus, like they did last week.
Getting students excited for the baseball season is easy when the Phillies Trolley and ball girls make a stop on campus, like they did last week. Photo credit: Marilee Gallagher '14
Date: April 12, 2016
Lakshmi Atchison and Wolfgang Natter present Dr. Harald zur Hausen with a certificate of thanks. Dr. zur Hausen, a Nobel Laureate, spoke as part of the College's 23rd anniversary of the Biomedical Distinguished Lecture Series.
Lakshmi Atchison and Wolfgang Natter present Dr. Harald zur Hausen with a certificate of thanks. Dr. zur Hausen, a Nobel Laureate, spoke as part of the College's 23rd anniversary of the Biomedical Distinguished Lecture Series. Credit: Linda Johnson
Date: March 22, 2016
Alumni had the opportunity to paint Fournier Hall this past weekend at the Skippack Painting with a Twist event. Close to 50 Griffins were in attendance.
Alumni had the opportunity to paint Fournier Hall this past weekend at the Skippack Painting with a Twist event. Close to 50 Griffins were in attendance. Photo courtesy of Fran Vorsky '05, '07 SGS
Date: March 7, 2016
In honor of "Super Tuesday," the students' political science association launched an Election Palooza event, allowing members of the campus community to learn about the candidates and take part in a mock election.
In honor of "Super Tuesday," the students' political science association launched an Election Palooza event, allowing members of the campus community to learn about the candidates and take part in a mock election. Photo credit: Marilee Gallagher '14
Date: March 1, 2016
CHC's Institute for Religion and Science led by Sister Kathy Duffy, Ph.D. (left), hosted Mark Wallace, Ph.D., (right) to give his lecture “Where the Great Heron Feeds: Christianity, Animism, and Re-Enchantment of the World."
CHC's Institute for Religion and Science led by Sister Kathy Duffy, Ph.D. (left), hosted Mark Wallace, Ph.D., (right) to give his lecture “Where the Great Heron Feeds: Christianity, Animism, and Re-Enchantment of the World." Photo credit: Greg Gorski
Date: February 22, 2016

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