About the Magazine

Merrimack Magazine is a magazine for our alumni, parents, and friends to stay updated and connected with the excitement that is Merrimack College.

The Staff

Christopher E. Hopey, Ph.D.

Ginny Caggiano
Jim Chiavelli
Zoe Cohen
Marie DeMarco ’02
Hannah Ketchen M.Ed ’14
Bethany LoMonaco
Jack Minch
Jim Stankiewich
Elizabeth Suneby

Pangaro Beer

David Barron
Brian Crowley
Marie DeMarco ’02
Joseph Ferraro
David Hills
Leise Jones
Matthew Modoono
Kevin Salemme
Jim Stankiewich

AP Photography
Joseph Puleo

About Merrimack College

Merrimack College is a selective, independent college in the Catholic, Augustinian tradition whose mission is to enlighten minds, engage hearts and empower lives.

The College offers undergraduate degrees in the liberal arts, business, science and engineering, and education programs; it also offers master’s programs in education and a range of certificate, licensure and degree completion programs.

Throughout the curriculum, students can take advantage of hands-on opportunities including cooperative education and internships, research with faculty, study abroad and service learning. And, because our curriculum emphasizes the liberal arts, graduates are prepared to be imaginative, analytical, aware of trends and historical perspectives, clear thinking, and adaptable to changes in their career.

In the Augustinian Tradition

Merrimack’s community is committed to scholarship and service to others, and provides students myriad opportunities to develop intellectually, spiritually, socially and ethically. At Merrimack, our dedication to the Augustinian values of hospitality, community, and the pursuit of truth will make you feel right at home as you explore the world and gain the experiences you need to chart your future.

  • Over 2200 students representing 22 states and 20 countries
  • 39 major areas of study
  • 13-to-1 student-teacher ratio
  • Strong cooperative education program for all majors, study abroad, internships and career services programs
  • Just 25 minutes north of Boston
  • Nearly 74% of students reside on campus
  • More than 60 student clubs and activities
  • NCAA Division I men’s hockey and 21 men’s and women’s NCAA Division II sports

Please Note: Every effort has been made to contact copyright holders of any material reprinted in this magazine. Any omissions will be righted in subsequent issues if notice is given to the editor.

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