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The e-newsletter of Chestnut Hill College

Griffins in the News

Griffins in the News

Chestnut Hill College’s Institute for Forgiveness and Reconciliation hosted Mary Jo Leddy, an author, theologian, peace activist and Director of Romero House for Refugees in Toronto to deliver the lecture “Seeing the Dear Neighbor in Faces Not Like Ours.” The Chestnut Hill Local has the story. 

The Philadelphia Inquirer reported that even with a decline in enrollment at smaller schools, CHC continues to maintain a steady enrollment by introducing new majors, internships and sports.

The Ambler Gazette published three CHC events in their News and Events section on November 15.

Kate Altman, Psy.D., ’07 uses multi-disciplinary, collaborative approaches to treat children. CBSlocal has the story.

Linda Lukiewski, SSJ ’81 worked tirelessly to have an incinerator removed from St. Joan of Arc worship site in Harrowgate. The Philadelphia Inquirer has the story.

Time Out Philadelphia reported that The Women Veterans Civic Leadership Institute is hosting their Civic Leaders Training & Education Series at Chestnut Hill College.

According to Penn State News Jack Gulati, recipient of an Honorary Doctor of Laws Degree from Chestnut Hill College, will speak at the fall commencement at Penn State, Berks.

The Chestnut Hill Local and The Philadelphia Inquirer reported on a discrimination suit filed by a former CHC student.

The Philadelphia Inquirer printed a story about a lack of diversity among the College’s administration, faculty and staff as part of a follow-up story on the discrimination suit.