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This issue of the magazine includes the following features:

  • Commencement 1986: Stonehill College welcomed Jaime Cardinal L. Sin at the College's 35th Commencement exercises and bade a fond farewell to 477 graduating seniors.
  • Faith, Hope, and Love: Exceptional Citizen's Week at Camp Fatima-one week each summer spent in a tiny New Hampshire borough provides a unique challenge to Stonehill students and alumni, and leaves them with a renewed sense of faith, hope, and love.
  • The History of the Theatre at Stone hill College: Stonehill has a rich and lively history of theatre activity. Since its official beginnings in the early 1950' s, theatre has grown into a formal academic program with a positive future.
  • An Experience in Living and Learning: Volunteer service ''at home'' is challenging and rewarding, and, in this alumnus' account of his experiences at Red Lake Indian Reservation in Minnesota, personally enlightening.
  • Stonehill Contributes to Commentary on Schema Concerning Catholic Higher Education. The College participates in the national response to the Schema, a working paper on a projected pontifical document on Catholic higher education.
  • The "Miracle at EDSA" -''when the saints went marching in.'' Jaime Cardinal L. Sin focuses on the spiritual power behind the Philippine people during their time of struggle.

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Summer 1986


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Stonehill Alumni Magazine Summer 1986

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