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This issue of the magazine includes the following features:

  • Student Research at Stonehill is a SURE Thing: Assistant Professor of Chemistry Louis Liotta and three students worked as a team during the Stonehill Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE) program's first summer of collaborative research between students and faculty. by Sandra Howe
  • Acts of Kindness an Endangered Species: Economics Professor Robert Rosenthal reflects on the lost art of kindness.
  • Martin Institute Marks Milestone: Stonehill hosted the sixth debate between Senator John Kerry and Governor William Weld in November. by Martin McGovern
  • A Place Apart: Excerpts from Physics Professor Chet Raymo's creative writing class. Raymo's students reflect during a day at the site of the old John Daily Homestead, located on a remote part of campus.
  • Triumphant Spirit: Senior Anne Luizzi's battle with leukemia led her to Stonehill. She graduates this May. by Sandra Howe

Publication Date

Winter 1997


Stonehill, Louis Liotta, SURE, Stonehill Undergraduate Research Program, Chet Raymo, Daily Homestead, Creative Writing, John Kerry, William Weld, Debate, Robert Rosenthal, Kindness, Capital Campaign, George Hagerty, Cornel West


Arts and Humanities | Education

Stonehill Alumni Magazine Winter 1997