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This issue of the magazine includes the following features:

  • What's Cooking in Science? Take one part curiosity, two parts thought-provoking courses and mix liberally with dynamic professors, and what do you get? A pretty accurate description of the Stonehill science program in 2003. By Maura King Scully
  • The Thrill of Victory: In May, the women's lacrosse team captured the College's first-ever NCAA national championship, while the equestrian team took another first -the top spot in the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association Hunter Seat/Collegiate Cup Competition.
  • Professor Ives On Buddhism: In August, renowned Buddhist monk Thich Nhat Hanh held a retreat at Stonehill on peaceful living. Given the popularity of this retreat, we asked Stonehill's Christopher Ives, a scholar of Asian religions, especially Buddhism, for insight. By Martin McGovern
  • Making Their Mark: The College's mission urges students to "shape the world beyond the classroom:' Here, we profile five outstanding members of the Class of 2003. Each provides a glimpse into how today's young alumni are enriching their corners of the world. By Kim Lawrence

Publication Date

Fall 2003


Rich Howdy, Kerry Dunn, Sarah Donahue, Elizabeth Smith, Joe Leonido, Stonehill, Buddhism, Christopher Ives, Athletics, Thich Nhat Hanh, Science, Lacrosse, NCAA, Equestrian



Stonehill Alumni Magazine Fall 2003

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