Supreme Court Denies Chestnut Hill College's Bid To Be Exempt From Discrimination LawsThe Pennsylvania Supreme Court has turned down Chestnut Hill College's bid to be exempt from discrimination laws because of its Catholic affiliation.
Therapist Uses Multi-Disciplinary, Collaborative Approach To Treat Children“I firmly believe that a multi-disciplinary, collaborative approach is best when it comes to assessing and treating children and adolescents,” says Dr. Kate Altman.
"Probable Cause" For A Discrimination Complaint Against Chestnut Hill CollegeThe case goes back to a February 2012 production of Lorraine Hansbury's classic "A Raisin in the Sun."
Charity Basketball Tournament Held To Benefit Children Of Fallen Philly OfficerDozens of people made their way out to Chestnut Hill College Saturday to watch the Sgt. Robert Wilson III Memorial Basketball tournament.
Training Session Held At Chestnut Hill College To Help Treat Trauma In Children Of Military MembersSister Nancy DeCeasare Ph.D., associate professor of Human Services as Chestnut Hill College, says the specialized training session was geared towards mental health professionals.
Chestnut Hill Hosts Third Annual Harry Potter FestivalChestnut Hill is hosting the third annual Harry Potter Festival on Germantown Avenue.
Chestnut Hill College Expands Its Community Mental Health OutreachDoctoral students will gain additional experience by offering outpatient therapy evaluation services to the community on a
2 Philadelphia Educational Institutions Team Up To Give Students More ChoicesTwo Philadelphia educational institutions are teaming up to give students more choices.
Student Falls 3 Stories From Building At Chestnut Hill CollegeA spokesperson from the college says the student suffered multiple injuries.
Art Therapy Turned Into Art Exhibit On Display At Chestnut Hill CollegeThe show is called "The Art of Recovery." The drawings and paintings were created by twenty-three young adults and women recovering from eating disorders at The Renfrew Center of Philadelphia.
Free Training Session On PTSD Offered This AprilA local service group for U.S. soldiers is planning a training session to help volunteers learn about PTSD.
Black History Month Events GuideSince 1976, the United States has set aside February as Black History Month. Here’s where to take part in the celebration of African American history, culture and heritage in the Philadelphia area.
Brotherly Love: Filling School LibrariesMany Philadelphia schools suffer from a lack of books. To many adults who grew up with school libraries, it's inconceivable that some kids today don't have them.
Chestnut Hill College Professor Takes Own Life Before ClassRudolf Alexandrov, a 71-year-old adjunct math professor, apparently committed suicide right before his class was set to begin.
Chestnut Hill College, Gay Priest Reach Secret Settlement Over FiringChestnut Hill College and the former adjunct professor with whom it severed ties have reached an amicable resolution to end the controversy over the openly gay priest.