Magazine Archive

Companies get youthful advice. Students taste corporate world.
Thanks to students majoring in human resource management, a local law firm now uses Facebook, an insurance company has the ability to "tweet," and a nearby hospital knows what it will take to retain its new crop of Generation Y and Z employees. ...
Jean Szilagyi ’92,’99
Giving without borders
The new journalism: are we just talking at each other?
Based on a conversation with professor William Yates by Charmaine Daniels Communications professor William Ya...
College and consortium members receive $500,000 to battle invasive plant
By Charmaine Daniels The Maine Milfoil Consortium, which includes Saint Joseph's College, recently received $500,000 in federal funds to fight an invasive aquatic plant that has infested 26 Maine lakes, including one cove of Sebago Lake. The group, which came together two years ago to addr...
In the footsteps of Paul
Biblical scholar will retrace apostle’s path by Sadie Fenton '10 Dr. Steven Bridge Theology profe...
Tell me a story
Pajamas welcome as education majors conduct bedtime story hour for kids by Sadie Fenton '10 and Charmaine Daniels  Clad in robes and slippers, youngsters from 2 years old to 10 years old crowd around the couches in the student lounge of Alfond Center. Equipped with blankets a...
Getting into game day
by Sadie Fenton '10 It's 1:30 p.m. on game day and with Rascal Flats' "Fast Cars and Freedom" blasting from her iPod, sophomore Shannon Fitzgerald, a fullback and midfielder on the women's soccer team, begins her stretches. On this particular fall day the team is undefeate...
Behind the scene at L.L. Bean
by Charmaine Daniels James Gott '90 spends a lot of time looking at what people wear. He scrutinizes details, like a shirt's back yoke line, the size of a pocket, or the length of a placket. As the senior product developer for men's apparel at L.L. Bean, he launches new...
Talk with Andrew Wasowski ’11
Andrew Wasowski '11 of Windham, Maine, was recruited by the Marine Corps in high school. At age 18, he found himself in boot camp, which was followed by th...
Teaching from a distance
These online professors find ways to draw students closer By tuning in, reaching out and sharing their own experiences, these four teachers make a strong connection with distance learners by Betty Lynne Leary Barbara Plungis will do just about...
Class Notes
60s Some members of the class of 1968 who gathered on Cabbage Island are, standing, left to right: Mary Girard Noonan, Donna D...
New athletics web site, college partnership and service learning program
Service learning where everyone learns Talk about a win-win. With the help of a $2,500 grant from the Fisher Charitable Foundation, education professor Dr. Janice Rey created a new service-learning program at a local, urban school that does many things at once for the benefit of all. Usi...
Men's Soccer - GNAC Conference Champions
The men's soccer team won its first-ever title when it beat Emerson College to become the 2009 Great Northeast Athletic Conference Champions i...