Magazine Archive

Discovery of new species spurs biologist to expand Caribbean research
Over semester break, biology professor Ray Gerber and Scott O'Donnell '06 bushwhacked through mangrove swamps, slogged through mud-bottomed ponds and swatted mosquitoes, while gulping Gatorade to keep ahead of the steamy tropical heat.
Revamped math class for liberal arts majors
Why the last math course of their life could be the best Math professors David Pinchbeck and Scott Balcomb share...
Faculty research covers the gamut
During 2006 and early 2007, Saint Joseph's faculty were busy with professional activities, in addition to teaching their courses. Here's a sampling of some of their work: Dr. Dale J. Brooker (Criminal Justice) presented "Expanding the Vision of Visual Sociology: Critical V...
Summertime swings on Sebago’s shore
In addition to summer session classes, the warm months bring campus events ranging from 6-year-olds making music to rug-hooking elders creating masterpieces. The Rug Hookers gather at the Alfond Center in May and fashion unique and beautiful rugs that are then displayed for the camp...
Triumphant season captivates campus
Chad Pulkkinen '06 gets one by a defender. The Saint Joseph's men's basketball team finished the season with the most wins in the la...
Professor’s sculpture could medal at Olympics in Beijing
The 2008 Beijing Olympic Landscape Sculpture Contest has chosen a design submitted by art professor Scott Fuller and fellow artist Asherah Cinnamon as a finalist from among the 2,400 designs submitted. If it wins, their sculpture - "Reaching for Courage: Gateway to China"- will be installed at th...
The Feast of Saint Joseph
March 19, 2007 Dear Members of the Saint Joseph's College Community, This semester marks the end of my 12th year as president of Saint Joseph's College. With the help of many people and with God's grace, it has been my honor and privilege to be able to prov...
Talk: Writing Center student tutors, Marie Eckstein and Vinny Orsillo
Six student tutors help their peers in The Writing Center, located on the third ?oor of Alfond Hall. Marie Eckstein '07, an Engli...
A Saint Joseph’s legacy
Students who follow in their parents' footsteps, not in their shadows Imagine loving your school so much you name your first-born son after it.
President House departing in May after 12 years of leadership
Great strides, 1995-2007 President David House's leadership ushered in an era of tremendous growth and developmen...
Making exercise a science
Microbiology, biomechanics, kinesiology, nutrition, physiology, chemistry Shown with Professor Tom Dann are seni...
Brenda McGuire ’83
New chance at an old dream Brenda McGuire remembers growing up in suburban Philadelphia near Merck & Co., Inc., a major phar...