Magazine Archive

The Master Plan: Saint Joseph’s College in the next 10 years
The unveiling of the new Saint Joseph's Master Plan is just around the corner, as the Board of Trustees in December will review a p...
National Science Foundation study
Oceanographer seeks far-reaching solution to clam deaths Lab technician Shannon Reilly ...
New “man” on campus
Teaching tool simulates real patient Nursing student Jessica Frechette ’09 of Sanford, Maine, checks SimMan’s h...
TALK with the Ultimate Frisbee Club
"It's basically just fun." They've become a fun-loving fixture on the central quad. On Thursdays and Sundays, you can see them running...
Happy trails to you
Sarah Gapp of Clinton, N. Y., runs on the improved trail system during a cross country invitational meet. The sound of a...
A day in the life of Ann Marie Ouellette ’03
With skill and nuance, in the midst of persistent questions and comments from 6-year-old minds, this first-grade teacher balances c...
Long night’s journey into day
Saint Joseph's scholarship helps Vietnamese refugee transform her life Swan Nguyen Goodahl '79 remembers the morning the V...
A window in time
“Small Steps, Great Strides:” The Movie It's hard to believe that two stained-glass windows are the reasons why Saint Joseph'...
Stepping off the syllabus:
For many faculty, the professor role runs deep - and wide Theology professor Steve Bridge dribbles by a defender at...
Class Notes
80s Mary Campbell-Barry '85 writes that she was thrilled to see a picture of her mother, Constance Hegarty Campbell '52, in the summer issue of the SJC Magazine. Mary currently works with PCA Great Performances in Portland, Maine. She lives in Cumberland, M...
Low tech: Behold the lowly, but often-used, blue books
Though a growing number of schools, especially law schools, now give laptop exams, the majority of colleges still rely on the old-fashioned blue book -...
Mike Johnson ’81 Downtown principal in Maine’s largest city
Mike Johnson '81 is principal of Portland High School, a large urban school with students from 51 different countries speaking 33 la...