Magazine Archive

Meet David Morse ’08
Helping teenagers master skills and stay in school David Morse ’08 thoroughly enjoys working with teenagers, so it’s n...
New campus sculpture: organic meets metallic
A new sculpture called “Forest of the Mind” graces the campus landscape thanks to art professor Scott Fuller, who created and donated the organic-looking piece to the college.
Summer Courses and Symposiums
Refresh your mind and spirit
Distance education marks 35th year: here is what has changed
The year is 1976. Big events include the Bicentennial of the Declaration of Independence, the launch of Apple Computers, the landing on Mars by the Viking spacecraft, the formation of Irish rock band U2 – and the introduction by Saint Joseph’s College of distance education for working ...
Beyond Google: Searching for accuracy
As the sheer volume of information we can access continues growing at an exponential pace, how do you find the information you need and ensure that it is accurate and suitable? While Google and other sites open the door to mountains of information, their search rankings do not list websites in or...
A conversation about the new Academic Plan
Over the last 18 months, the Dean’s office and faculty members have collaborated on forming an Academic Plan for the college. Dr. Randall Krieg, Vice President for Academic Affairs, and Dr. Jonathan Malmude, President of the Faculty Senate, who together led the effort to formulate the p...
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The tradition of Judeo-Christian Tradition
Welcome to the core curriculum's religion class “I didn’t really know what to expect,” says Kathleen Gilbert ’14 when asked about her class called Intro to Judeo-Christian Tradition. “I’m not really religious … so I didn’t know much about the Bible before I took the...
Talk with Nasro Ali ’11
Nasro Ali is a criminal justice major who was born in Somalia and lived there until she was 6 years old. Do you rememb...
Literary magazine continues to bloom on campus
e.g. in Latin means literally “thanks to the example.” "Students study literature and create literature. It’s importa...
While keeping private, she’s keeping an eye on crime
Surveillance requires patience, a keen eye for detail, and some skill behind the wheel says private investigator Christy McKinney ’99.
Spring Break Workfest turns 20
This year Campus Ministry celebrates 20 years of sending students to help others in need – when they could be basking in the Florida sun or enjoying home-cooked meals
Vote for Alumni Association officers
Alumni Association intent The Alumni Association will help to support the mission and the interests of the college; to promot...
Class Notes, Spring 2011
60s Leslie Gallerani Hested '68 of Laytonsville, Md., has retired from Montgomery County Public Schools in Maryland after 35 years of teaching. She and husband Jim are traveling and planning for their daughter's wedding this summer. Paulette St. Ours '68 of Biddeford...
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Portrait of a professor as a writer
English professor and author Edward Rielly has wide-ranging interests: Westerns and TV shows, the Vietnam era, haiku, Native American history and culture,...