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Griffins in the News

Griffins in the News

Students at Jenks Academy for the Arts and Sciences recently toured CHC. The Philadelphia Tribune has the story.


Members of the science faculty assisted with activities supporting the Philadelphia Science Festival during Astronomy Night and Discovery Day at Jenks Academy for the Arts and Sciences in Chestnut Hill. The Chestnut Hill Local reported on the event.


Joe Kulkosky, Ph.D., professor and chair of the natural sciences department, showed a youngster some bones in a picture taken from Discovery Day. (See photo No. 9.)


Representatives from CHC attended a conference with other Philadelphia-area colleges in May to discuss sexual assault policies and improvements that might be made. previewed the event. gives a wrap-up of the event.


Father Paul F. Morrissey came to Chestnut Hill College in May to discuss issues of sexual abuse by priests and cover-ups by church authorities. The Chestnut Hill Local previewed the event.


Philadelphia broadcaster, Tracy Davidson, Chestnut Hill College alumna and 2014’s Commencement speaker, talks to about returning to work full time after undergoing cancer treatments.


Chestnut Hill College student, Cratissa Hammond and her 108-year-old great-grandmother, Fannie May Steward Ausby, were featured in a story in The Philadelphia Tribune.


Whitemarsh residents spoke out against a proposal between CHC and Plymouth Whitemarsh High School for a new baseball complex at the school at a May Board of Supervisors meeting. The Times Herald has the story.


Shea Wassel, a Montgomery County resident who graduated from York College last month with a degree in sports management, will intern at Chestnut Hill College in the fall. has the story.


Lucy Lopez, a Chestnut Hill College alumna, will campaign for one of five open seats on the Southeast Delco School Board. has the story.


Chestnut Hill College alum, Frank Reynolds, was honored as a new member of the College’s prestigious Libris Society, in May at the College’s 90th Anniversary Gala. These links have the story.,,,