The Latest News About Elms College

  1. PostBac Program Provides Career Focus

    Thu Apr 10, 2014

    Jade Jerolmon, a student in the post baccalaureate premedical program, has been accepted to the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University

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  2. Students Tour European Legal Systems

    Mon Apr 7, 2014

    Paralegal and legal studies students explore the culture and court systems in London, Paris, and Dublin as part of a course called International Travel.

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  3. Students Develop Psychological Experiment

    Thu Apr 3, 2014

    Dan Teague '15 and Julianne Stasiowski '15 are developing their own psychological experiment they plan to present at next fall's New England Psychological Association.

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  4. Jane Chevalier

    Mon Mar 31, 2014

    For as long as she can remember, Jane Chevalier has been excited about the upcoming St. Patrick's Parade in Holyoke. But this year she experienced the event as president of the parade committee and saw her hard work in action.

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  5. Prejean is Commencement 2014 Speaker

    Tue Mar 25, 2014

    Sr. Helen Prejean, internationally known proponent of social justice and crusader against the death penalty, will deliver Elms College's 83rd commencement address on May 17. 

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  6. From Raiders of the Lost Ark to Tomb Raider

    Wed Mar 19, 2014
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  7. St. Joseph's Day

    Tue Mar 18, 2014
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  8. Student Service Trips 2014

    Mon Mar 17, 2014

    Elms College students spanned the northwestern hemisphere during this year's spring break with service trips to Concordia, Kansas; New Orleans, Louisiana; and Mandeville, Jamaica.

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  9. Looking for Impact

    Thu Mar 6, 2014

    Ryan Ford enrolled in the post-baccalaureate pre-medical program when, after graduating from the University of Texas with a business degree, he decided he wanted a career in medicine. - 

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  10. Alumna Praises Atmosphere of Caring at Elms

    Wed Mar 5, 2014

    Alumna Aurora D'Angelo of Springfield, a 2013 recipient of a Pioneer Valley Excellence in Teaching Award, thanks Elms for contributing to her success.

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  11. The Best Job in Holyoke

    Wed Mar 5, 2014

    March is a busy time of the year in Holyoke, seeing as how the city hosts the second largest St. Patrick's Day Parade in the country. But for Teresa Shepard '83, director of the parks and recreation department, it's always a busy time of year in Holyoke.

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  12. Elms reminder of Sisters of St. Joseph legacy

    Sat Mar 1, 2014

    Beginning March 8, our country will celebrate the first annual National Catholic Sisters Week. With a theme of "Celebrating Women of Character, Courage and Commitment," the week highlights the service that women religious have provided since the founding of the Catholic Church in America.

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  13. University of Kochi Students Visit Elms

    Tue Feb 25, 2014
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  14. Student Finds Unique Internship Opportunity

    Thu Feb 20, 2014

    Alex King '14, a native of Lebanon, Connecticut, interned at Dream Bats last summer. 

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  15. Familiar Face Returns to Campus

    Mon Feb 10, 2014

    After an eight-year absence, Dr. Carla Oleska has returned to the Elms College campus as vice president of institutional advancement.

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  16. Erica Walch

    Mon Feb 3, 2014
    Since 2011, Erica has been working at NEBA on a Welfare to Work program that helps women with barriers find jobs. Those barriers could be disabilities, low education levels, low work experience, or raising children on their own.
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  17. Service Trip Inspires Change

    Tue Jan 28, 2014

    Her first Service Trip, taken in her senior year, has Ali Quinones '14 reexamining her post-graduation teaching career and creating a future that includes volunteer work.

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  18. Poetry Reading

    Mon Jan 27, 2014

    Two widely-published poets will give a reading on Thursday, January 30 at 7:30 p.m. in the Alumnae Library Theater at Elms College. A reception with light refreshments will be held outside the theater at 7 p.m. 

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  19. Center for Natural and Health Sciences Open for Business

    Thu Jan 16, 2014

    Student were welcomed back to campus for the Spring 2014 semester with the opening of classes in the new Center for Natural and Health Sciences. The academic building houses classroom, research space  and labs for the natural sciences, computer information technology, and nursing programs. 

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  20. Nursing Students Volunteer in Jamaica

    Wed Jan 15, 2014

    Cheryl Sheils, Ed.D., R.N., and Michael Duffy, OFM, D.N.P., A.P.R.N.-B.C., accompanied nine students in the Accelerated Second Degree in Nursing Program on a two-week trip to Jamaica with Passionist Volunteers International. 

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  21. Riding for Elms

    Mon Jan 6, 2014

    Heather Rush '99 found her own unique way to keep the Elms spirit alive.

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  22. Tommie Burton

    Mon Dec 2, 2013

    Tommie Burton was given the Lifetime Achievement award by the Massachusetts chapter of the March of Dimes.

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  23. Students Excel at Moot Court

    Mon Dec 2, 2013

    Legal studies and paralegal studies students perform extraordinarily well at Elms College's first-ever Moot Court Competition.

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  24. The Blue House

    Mon Dec 2, 2013

    Students at Elms who are interested in writing will have a place to call their own. Located across the street from the Gaylord House, the Blue House will provide the resources for students to develop the creative, intellectual, and practical skills for employment while allowing the writing program to grow.

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  25. Business Student Teaches Financial Awareness

    Fri Nov 8, 2013

    Working with Junior Achievement, Mike Mansfield '15 taught financial awareness to a class of high school students.

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  26. Same Team, Same Results

    Fri Nov 8, 2013

    A group of business students return to the IACBE regional competition and win once again.

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  27. Luncheon Brings Students and Sisters Together

    Mon Nov 4, 2013

    Campus Ministry arranged a luncheon to create a dialogue between current students and the Sisters of St. Joseph.

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  28. Bringing Cheer to Senior Citizens

    Mon Nov 4, 2013

    Elms Cheerleaders and Athletic Department bring cheer to Wingate nursing home.

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  29. A Cheery Surprise

    Mon Nov 4, 2013

    Alumni contacts Elms cheerleading for show at Wingate Nursing Home

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  30. Professor Wins Award for Distinguished Service

    Mon Nov 4, 2013

    Professor Czajkowski wins the Pat Hunter Award for distinguished service from the Western Massachusetts Writing Project.

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  31. Nursing Professor Wins Nurse of the Year Award

    Mon Nov 4, 2013

     Nursing Professor Wins The March of Dimes Nurse of the Year Award for Massachusetts

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  32. Elms Community Comes in Droves for Dedication

    Tue Oct 22, 2013
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  33. Ellen Faszewski Honored with Alumni Award

    Thu Oct 17, 2013

    This year’s recipient of the Sr. Margaret James McGrath Distinguished Alumni Award is Ellen Faszewski ’91, chair and associate professor of math and science at Wheelock College. 

     

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  34. The Sisters of Saint Joseph Founders' Day

    Fri Oct 11, 2013

    Every year on October 15, we recognize the beginnings of our Elms College founders, the Sisters of St. Joseph.

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  35. Author Tracy Kidder Invited to Speak at Academic Convocation

    Tue Oct 1, 2013
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  36. Pam Robbins ’66 Book Signing of “Oranges and Giraffes: A Story About Friends”

    Mon Sep 30, 2013

    After a career in journalism, Pam Robbins decided to turn her attention to writing and publishing a children's book.

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  37. A Blazer Homecoming

    Mon Sep 30, 2013

    Kicking off Saturday’s Homecoming events, Elms students, faculty, staff and alumni made a great showing at the annual Elms College Blazer 5K Fun Run. 

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  38. Debbie Gomes ’84 Gallery Exhibit “Quotidian: Everyday Illusions”

    Mon Sep 30, 2013

    Deb Gomes ’84 will show a collection of her photography in an exhibit titled “Quotidian: Everyday Illusions” at the Chicopee Public Library on October 3. 

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  39. U.S. News Ranking Brings Elms College Into Top 20

    Tue Sep 24, 2013
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  40. Dorothy Day Students Show their Colors

    Tue Sep 3, 2013

    Elms College students have the option of starting their semester early with a week of community service activities as part of the Dorothy Day program. Now in its eighth year, the program welcomed members of the class of 2017.

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  41. MBA Grad Puts Pieces Together in New Career

    Fri Aug 30, 2013

    The concept of a vending machine used to be associated with frustration: the worn B and 9 buttons from consumers selecting the most popular candy bar, the dollar slot that only accepted crisp bills, and the spiral metal rod that never twisted far enough to drop your potato chips, leaving a nice two-for-one deal to the next lucky customer.

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  42. The New Job Search

    Fri Aug 30, 2013

    Steve Fisher '13 was doing all the right things. He graduated magna cum laude, with a double major in management and marketing, and a minor in graphic design. And yet, he had only landed a few interviews that went nowhere.

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  43. Give and Take

    Fri Aug 30, 2013

    Recent graduate Armani Appolon used his people skills and enthusiasm to score a position at a software company.

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  44. Elms Ranks High Among Catholic Colleges

    Fri Jul 12, 2013

    Elms College was recognized as one of the country's best Catholic Colleges in a list by BestColleges.com.

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  45. School Paraprofessional Moves One Step Closer to Dream Job

    Thu Jul 11, 2013

    From the time she was in second grade, Meghan La Chappelle ’13 knew she wanted to be a teacher. Her teacher at Robinson Park Elementary School, Mrs. Pellegrino, inspired the Agawam native to pursue a career in education.

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  46. Information Sessions Scheduled for Off Campus Degree Completion Programs

    Wed Jul 10, 2013

    Elms College will host information sessions at Holyoke Community College and Springfield Technical Community College in July and August during both day and evening hours. The sessions are designed for associate's degree holders who are interested in earning a bachelor's degree from Elms College on a community college campus that is convenient and familiar. View the full schedule of upcoming information sessions at HCC and STCC.

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  47. Elms College to Host Two Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistants During 2012-2013 Academic Year

    Fri Jun 28, 2013
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  48. A Cause for Celebration

    Tue Jun 11, 2013

    2013 is an especially remarkable year for Jackie Ott '50. Jackie and her husband Bernard will be celebrating their 60 th anniversary on August 8.

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  49. Alumna Still Racing at 70

    Mon Jun 10, 2013

    Sarah Eisenmann Seger, class of '48 is the women's 85-90 division record holder in the Manchester, CT, Road Race (4.74 miles) that is held annually on Thanksgiving Day, with about 15,000 participants.

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  50. Finding Love at Elms College

    Tue Jun 4, 2013

    Many people find their life partner during their college years. We've collected a few of the love stories that began at Elms College. Read the stories and enjoy the photos below, sent to us by your fellow alumni.

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  51. A Year on Cold War Island

    Tue Jun 4, 2013

    2012 graduate David Peters spent a year teaching English in Taiwan. He sent us some reflections on his time tehre.

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  52. Berkshire Nurse Receives Bachelor's Degree and High Praise from Peers

    Fri May 31, 2013

    Ashlee knew she wanted to be a nurse from a young age. Growing up around aunts, cousins, and a grandmother who were nurses, she pursued the profession immediately after graduating high school. She earned an associate's degree in nursing from Berkshire Community College, and became a registered nurse 2006.

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  53. Springfield Native Finds Time to Earn a Bachelor's Degree

    Fri May 31, 2013

    Twenty-two years after completing hairdressing school, Springfield native Sheril Cooley ’13 decided to go back to school. She earned an associate’s degree from Holyoke Community College in 2011 and had been accepted to a nearby four-year college’s social work bachelor’s program. But when a HCC transfer counselor mentioned the then-newly launched HCC/Elms psychology degree completion program, Sheril knew the Saturday schedule and small class sizes would be better for her.

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  54. Senior Enrolls in Doctorate of Psychology Program

    Tue May 21, 2013

    Of the numerous applicants into Springfield College's doctorate of psychology program, Leanne Price '13 was one of only three undergraduates. 

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  55. Graduate Returns to Home State to Continue Studies

    Mon May 20, 2013

    At a college fair in high school, Blake Stevens '13 remembers visiting nearly 200 booths looking for colleges with a speech language pathology assistant program. Only one offered a speech language pathology assistant certification, meaning she would be qualified to work immediately after graduation in case she did not get into graduate school.

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  56. Finding Traces of Elms College in Beantown

    Sun May 19, 2013

    It was the subtle things she noticed: the handwritten acceptance letter, the Catholic foundation, the early 20th century architecture, the help-you-at-any-cost faculty and staff. Katherine Himmelman '13 was accepted into all six higher education administration graduate programs, but she chose Boston College because "it really reminded me of Elms in some important ways."

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  57. From Africa to Chicopee, Two Students Earn Second Degree in Nursing

    Wed May 15, 2013

    Chrispina Chitemerere ’13 and Joseph Baffour ’13 never knew each other before enrolling in the Elms College AcceleratedSecond Degree in Nursing program, but have a lot more in common than their home continent of Africa.

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  58. Student in HCC/Elms Bachelor's Program Set to Graduate

    Wed May 15, 2013

    Thirteen years ago, Kenneth Boula ’13 earned an associate’s degree in computer information systems from Holyoke Community College. He has a solid career in the IT field, and currently works as a data services specialist for UMassFive College Federal Credit Union. But, he’s always known he wanted to go back to school for a bachelor’s. He took courses at a few local colleges, but found the class schedule too difficult to manage on top of a full-time job.

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  59. For Nurse an MBA Provides New Opportunities

    Tue May 14, 2013

    A member of the first group of students to graduate with a master’s of business administration (M.B.A.) from Elms College, Susan Barone, R.N., has been a nurse since 1993. Originally a community college educated medical assistant, she graduated from the Baystate School of Nursing and worked in pediatrics, labor and delivery, outpatient pediatrics, and telenursing before eventually doing more on the business side of healthcare.

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  60. Senior's Mission to Find a Cure

    Mon May 13, 2013

    There is nothing more precious than a child telling her grandmother suffering from a chronic illness "I'll find a cure." However, when the child grows up, graduates from a four-year college with a degree in biology, and enrolls in a graduate research program at one of the country's top liberal arts colleges, it is no longer wishful thinking. It is real.

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  61. Berkshire Community College and Elms College Sign Articulation Agreement

    Thu May 9, 2013

    Berkshire Community College and Elms College have entered into an academic agreement allowing qualified BCC human services graduates to transfer to the Elms College social work bachelor’s degree programs in Chicopee and Lee, Mass.

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  62. Biology Students Present Research

    Tue May 7, 2013

    Recently, several biology students conducting independent research were given the opportunity to present their findings at regional conferences.

    Under the supervision of Janet Williams, Ph.D., associate professor of biology, Eddie Innarelli '14 has been analyzing bacteria strains in healthy horses before and after treatment of Anthelmintics-a drug that fights parasites.

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  63. Alumna Makes Businesswest 40 Under Forty List

    Mon May 6, 2013

    BusinessWest, a business journal of western Massachusetts, runs an annual 40 Under Forty list, featuring a who's who of the region's up-and-coming business and community leaders. This year, Elms College congratulates Melyssa Brown '03 for making the list.

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  64. New Center to Receive Stained Glass Windows

    Mon May 6, 2013

    Since the June 2012 groundbreaking ceremony, the new Center for Natural and Health Sciences has risen steadily, steel beam by steel beam, permanently changing the campus landscape.

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  65. College Course Offered at Cathedral High School

    Fri May 3, 2013

    Elms College has offered courses to high school students before. For years, students from Holyoke Catholic High School have enrolled in college courses that give them both high school graduation credits as well as college credits, with only a one block walk up Springfield Street to get to class.  This semester, the Division of Education decided to offer one of its required undergraduate courses, PSY214 Children's Learning and Development to another group of students at Cathedral High School.

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  66. Elms Brings Government to the Classroom

    Wed May 1, 2013

    Students in American Legal Systems, taught by Katherine Currier, J.D., professor of paralegal and legal studies, recently had the opportunity to meet Domenic Sarno, mayor of Springfield. The class, which is a required course for all legal studies, paralegal, and criminal justice students, focuses on the three branches of government.

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  67. Earning an Elms College Degree on the Springfield Technical Community College Campus

    Tue Apr 30, 2013

    When Agawam native Jillian Joyce ’13 enrolled in college, like many freshmen, she had no idea what she wanted to do for the rest of her life. She transferred three times, eventually ending up at Springfield Technical Community College–where her mother works.

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  68. Nursing Students Create Project to Reduce Medication Errors

    Tue Apr 30, 2013

    When nursing students Salvatore Dimino ’13 and David Paier ’13 were enrolled in NUR 221 Fundamentals of Nursing as sophomores, their instructor–Associate Professor Janet Moore, Ph.D., R.N., G.C.N.S.–recognized opportunities for improving the way patients’ medications were handled at one of the clinical sites. Working closely with Dr. Moore, Sal and David began developing a quality improvement project for the site during the spring 2011 semester.

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  69. Brother Michael Duffy Receives Paul Harris Award

    Wed Apr 24, 2013
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  70. Scholarship Recalls Beloved Alumna

    Tue Apr 23, 2013

    From its first days, Elms College has been a place for students seeking an education that maynot be available elsewhere. Through generations of graduates, many alumni have made atradition of giving back to their alma mater to fund scholarships that afford a new class of students the privilege of an Elms education.

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  71. Elms College Student David Peters Receives Fulbright Award

    Tue Apr 23, 2013

    Elms College senior David Peters has been awarded a Fulbright U.S. Student Program scholarship to Taiwan in Teaching English as a Foreign Language, the United States Department of State and the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board announced recently.

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  72. Bringing Autism Awareness to India

    Tue Apr 16, 2013

    "In India, people don't show their kids if they have a disorder. It's like a taboo, they keep them inside to avoid social ridicule or isolation," Jasmine said. "I thought 'I need to do something in this field so I can go back and bring a change.'"

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  73. Enactus Bring Community, Awards, and a Little Green to Brendan Reed

    Tue Apr 9, 2013

    This was the first year Enactus came to the Elms campus and its impact has already reached thousands of citizens in the Springfield area.

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  74. Professor Chelotti Publishes Poetry Book

    Tue Apr 2, 2013

    The publishing house McSweeney's recently published a book of poems, titled X, by Assistant Professor of English Dan Chelotti.

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  75. Kristi's Next Step

    Mon Apr 1, 2013

    When Kristi Guzzo '06 enrolled in graduate school at the University of Rhode Island (URI), the toughest transition for her wasn't the academics, the large student population, or even the sprawling 1,200 acre campus. It was trying to make eye contact with the students she passed by on campus so she could say 'hi.' Krisiti couldn't help it; it's just what she was used to at Elms.

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  76. Business Students Hold Fashion Show to Benefit Junior Achievement

    Mon Apr 1, 2013

    The business club at Elms College has held a fashion show for a number of years, and the goal was always to raise money for the club while gaining valuable event planning experience. This year, the 20 students in the club decided to add a charity component to the event, and held their first-ever Prom Expo & Fashion Show on March 10.

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  77. Academic Resource Center Collects Rubber Ducks for Newtown Students

    Thu Mar 28, 2013

    In response to the Newtown tragedy, the Elms College community lended support in a number of ways. The men's and women's swim teams wore caps honoring the victims at their January 9 meet; two alumni hosted a charity bench press competition; softball alumni participated in a charity tournament that raised $21,000. The Academic Resource Center (ARC)–which provides tutoring services for students seeking to improve their writing, research, and study skills–wanted to keep the giving spirit alive.

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  78. Colleen Contest Features Two Judges from Elms

    Mon Mar 4, 2013

    Contestants in the Westfield Sons of Erin Colleen Contest had their knowledge of Irish history put to the test by two judges who call the Emerald Isle their home.

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  79. The Serene and Intelligent Mildred Clarke, Class of 1932

    Mon Mar 4, 2013

    On February 22, Doug Scanlon, our publications manager, and I set out to visit with Mildred Clarke Marr '32. I had been in touch with Mildred' daughter Elizabeth Marr Collins '67 over the last year and knew a little about Mildred. Both Doug and I were happy to have an opportunity to meet with her.

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  80. Elms College Hosts Students from University of Kochi

    Tue Feb 26, 2013

    For the 13th consecutive year and the 14th time overall, Elms College is hosting exchange students from University of Kochi during a 12-day visit, from February 26 to March 9. Each year, Kochi students live at Elms College, while Elms students travel to Kochi every other summer.

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  81. Students Provide Tax Assistance

    Mon Feb 25, 2013

    Perhaps the best example of witnessing the Elms College core values community and justice at work is in the Volunteer Income Tax Assistant (VITA) program. This year, accounting students at Elms College partnered with Springfield Partners for Community Action. The program prepares tax returns for low-income workers who cannot afford a tax-preparation service.

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  82. Two Seniors Accepted into Competitive P.A. Program

    Mon Feb 25, 2013

    Carly Muniz '13 and Matt Kele '13 have spent enough time in the biology laboratory to become friends. They share a passion for science and want to bring that passion to a career in healthcare. Therefore, it's no surprise that they both chose to apply to physician assistant graduate programs. What is surprising is that they were both admitted to Bay Path College's program, which receives more than 500 applicants and admits only 24 students.

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  83. Playing Corporate Matchmaker

    Mon Feb 4, 2013

    If Cassandra Churchill '04 were a television character she would be Modern Family's Manny, the precocious 'tween who is always dressed like he's on the way to an interview and is more comfortable sipping espresso with adults than Mountain Dew with his peers.

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  84. Alumna From First Graduating Class Recalls The Early Years

    Mon Feb 4, 2013

    "In the September of 1928, the gateway of the Berkshires unlatched to let slip out a smiling girl with golden hair. She made her way along a winding path and took residence in Chicopee. And Great Barrington's temporary loss was our gain."

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  85. Nursing Students Write a Cookbook

    Fri Feb 1, 2013

    All nursing students take NUR 344 Mental Health Nursing during the fall semester of their thirdyear. As part of clinical course requirements, students develop their therapeutic skills as nursecounselors by listening, responding, planning, intervening, and evaluating care of selectedclients–completed in the form of a teaching project. This year, one group of junior nursing students created a cookbook for two healthcare agencies to share with or use for their patients'meals.

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  86. Legal Studies Students Visit Local Courthouses

    Mon Jan 14, 2013

    The largest item that Shauna Zomek observed in the Hampden County Superior Court–in the room that holds every item that has ever been presented as evidence in a case–is a door that someone shot through in a homicide case. The most unusual item: a toilet on which a victim was shot.

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  87. Students Spend Winter Break Helping Needy in Baltimore

    Tue Jan 8, 2013

    While the rest of the student body enjoyed their winter break by spending time with family and friends, taking ski trips to the Berkshires, or returning that Christmas item that they never asked for, a group of five students traveled to Baltimore, Maryland to work with several Catholic Charities. 

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  88. New IT Director Brings Enthusiasm and Experience

    Tue Jan 8, 2013

    New Director of Information Technology Mary Kaselouskas might have been somewhere in North Carolina instead of Chicopee today.

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  89. Providing Care for Chicopee's Homeless

    Mon Jan 7, 2013

    "Having worked in street clinics in Boston, Philadelphia, and Baltimore, I know how important it is to bring healthcare to the homeless rather than asking them to come to you," said Brother Michael Duffy, M.S., R.N., A.N.P-B.C.

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  90. Alum Awarded MIT Fellowship

    Mon Jan 7, 2013

    Andrew Melendez '10 was born and raised in Holyoke-a city with some of the highest rates of poverty and high school dropouts in Massachusetts. He is the first in his family to graduate from college. Therefore, in a few weeks when he opens a letter to find his new student ID and sees the name "Massachusetts Institute of Technology" on the front, it will be overwhelming to say the least.

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  91. Lifting Up Our Spirits

    Tue Dec 18, 2012

    Patrick Carpenter '02 and Michael Smith '03 are putting their collective muscle to the test through charitable activity to support the victims of Newtown.

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  92. Students Make Season Bright for Local Children

    Tue Dec 18, 2012

    On the last Wednesday afternoon of the fall semester, after finishing with their final exams for the day, seven Elms College students shared dinner in the dining hall with a group of young visitors. Fifteen children in grades 2-5 are part of the Kids' Club at The Gray House in Springfield.

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  93. Compass Points Way to Career Path

    Tue Dec 18, 2012

    Jenna Oyler '16 knew that she wanted to minor in coaching. She knew that she loved playing basketball at Elms College. It was everything else that was uncertain. 

    Students with undeclared majors are placed in the new Compass Program, which provides a number of exploratory activities to help them determine their career path.

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  94. Student Receives Bishop Joseph F. Maguire Award

    Wed Dec 12, 2012

    Laura Fusini '13 received the Bishop Joseph F. Maguire Award during the Western Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Association (WMCOPA) President's Inaugural and Annual Awards Meeting on Tuesday. The award was established by WMCOPA in honor of Bishop Joseph F. Maguire in recognition of his outstanding service as the association's chaplain for the past 33 years. It is given annually to an Elms College junior or senior who is enrolled in the field of religious studies, or has made outstanding contributions to the community service or campus ministry programs.

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  95. New Squad Cheers for the Blazers

    Mon Dec 10, 2012

    Elms College students have been cheering the Blazers for years, but this fall, the rustle of pom-pons is adding to the spirited noise.

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  96. Lecture Series Brings Social Justice to Campus and Community

    Wed Dec 5, 2012

    The Elms College Center for Law and Justice was created to spread the Catholic social justice traditions to the greater community. Catholic social teaching is based on and inseparable from our understanding of human life and human dignity, and here at Elms, we believe everyone deserves the right to justice.

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