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Reflections from the Semester

By Delilah Goncalves            This academic semester I had the opportunity to work with Stonehill’s Office of Community-Based Learning. I was quite unsure of what I would be doing. Nevertheless, I knew what the office did … Continue reading

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We Can All Play a Part

It’s almost February and that means National Mentoring Month is almost over!  But this is really where it all begins!   Spending just one hour a week with a child can make a difference that will last a lifetime. There is no better … Continue reading

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“Nothing to Do” ~ Says Who?

“There’s nothing to do in Brockton.” Not to be cliché, but if I had a nickel for every time I heard someone say that, I’d be a millionaire. You get the idea. Maybe it’s because I have a mother who … Continue reading

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Brockton is Makin’ Moves

All over the country people are obsessing over wellness.  In fact, this is probably the 137th blog you have read about this in the past month.  But I bet it’s the first blog that’s specific to all the initiatives Brockton … Continue reading

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