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Community Service through the game of Soccer

Community Service through the game of Soccer

  This past week the men’s and women’s soccer teams of Pine Manor College embarked on two separate community service endeavors in the name of giving back to the community and giving back to the game they love – soccer. On Monday April 25ththe teams traveled to...

Notes from the 2016 Pine Manor Model UN team

Notes from the 2016 Pine Manor Model UN team

  On March 24th, the 2016 Pine Manor Model UN team completed their conference in New York City. This year the team represented Senegal – a west African country that has embarked on an ambitious program of social and economic transformation. We were particularly...

Art installations by Visual Arts students

Art installations by Visual Arts students

Arts students of Professor Stephanie Stigliano worked on two special projects - the first, “Monster Drawings,” was created by Stigliano’s Drawing class and the second, “Mexican Day of the Dead Masks,” by her Water color class. “Monster Drawings” was inspired by a long...

Alumnae Career Panel

Alumnae Career Panel

Five Pine Manor College graduates shared their experiences with current students in an event that was organized by the Career Development Office and included a wealth of practical information, career advice, and inspiration. The five presenters and PMC Alumnae were:...

Desert Writing

Desert Writing

By Alexa Hudson I came to the Solstice MFA Program after years of teaching in the field of experiential education, and with a firm belief in the value of merging experiential and outdoor education with more traditional teaching pedagogies. After beginning the Teaching...

Early Education Program hosts Jonathan Kozol

Early Education Program hosts Jonathan Kozol

 On Thursday, October 22, approximately 200 people gathered at Pine Manor College to hear Jonathan Kozol - writer, educator, and activist - speak. For the past thirty-five years, Jonathan Kozol has been an advocate for children. It has been said and written of...

Charles Tucker, Peace Builder, Writer

Charles Tucker, Peace Builder, Writer

New Orleans is a city of a thousand stories. I spend a lot of time there. My job is to help people find their voices and the words to tell their stories. It’s not bad work for a writer. A very wise person once told me that trauma untreated is trauma transferred. The...