Magazine Archive

Ruth A. Antonowich ’12, MSN, FNP-BC, Keys to Success
Ruth A. Antonowich '12 dreams big about nursing in the Florida Keys.
Coach Putnam puts new track and field team on path for success
Saint Joseph’s inaugural varsity track and field team has enjoyed a great deal of success in their premiere season under the leadership of Coach Ray Putnam.
Alumnus finds a creative way to give back to Pearson’s Town Farm
RJ Turner, a 1998 communications graduate, has started what could be a creative, growing tradition of giving at Saint Joseph’s.
New, career-focused majors reflect national reports and trends for job growth
This spring, several new majors were approved by the College to begin this fall: Health & Wellness Promotion, Biochemistry, Writing & Publishing.
Survey indicates high level of satisfaction for online students
More than 1,400 online students responded to a recent survey invitation extended by Brent Wooten, Director of Marketing for Saint Joseph’s College Online, and the results are in.
Grant fosters community support and personal growth for area children and Saint Joseph’s students
Funded by a grant from the Department of Justice’s Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Saint Joseph’s students have joined 42 national Catholic organizations from 38 states to participate in Catholic Charities’ National Mentoring Program.
Team leadership guides Michael Bolanz ’00, new Director of Alumni Relations
After nine years as Saint Joseph’s women’s soccer coach, Michael Bolanz ’00 has been named the College’s new Director of Alumni Relations.
Clark’s Court honors memory of student-athlete
To commemorate the life and spirit of Clark Noonan, Saint Joseph’s Athletic Department is proud to announce plans to build Clark’s Court – a beautiful, on-campus basketball court.
Leader of the Pack
A natural-born teacher, Phil Castle ’11 has taken his leadership skills from a battlefield in the Middle East back to the States as an electronic medical records training professional.
Creative Suite
The ability to tap into the powers of the left and right brain is increasingly becoming a useful tool for employees in today's market.
Living the Mission by Serving Others
At the heart of the Saint Joseph’s experience is the lesson in providing community service.
Perspective for Care
Phil DuBois is an award-winning long-term care administrator, and his years of experience in the field illustrate his credentials.
The Hart of Campus
Dr. Loring Hart spent eight years as the College’s president guided by one principle: the College matters the most.
Meet Bob Zilg ’76, Ensuring International Growth for MetLife
Follow alumnus Bob Zilg’s trail of success and you’ll find that the seeds for his international seat with MetLife in Dubai, UAE, began as an English major at Saint Joseph’s.
Gladina George-Pratt ’08
Hosting 27 foreign embassies, Conakry, Guinea, is a thin peninsula that juts out into the Atlantic Ocean on the western shores of Africa. ...
Our Growing Alumni Association
I am excited by the progress our Alumni Association has made in a short amount of time. Over the past year, the Association...
Spring Break in Florida
On March 12, alumni and friends attended a Boston Red Sox spring training game in Fort Myers, Fla. Attendees were treated to a picnic at JetBlue Park before watching the Red Sox defeat the Toronto Blue Jays.
Ice Bar
The Alumni Association’s second annual Ice Bar at SJC on February 2 saw over 400 attendees, from alumni and students to parents of current students, staff, friends and their guests. The decadent dessert buffet provided by Bon Appétit, along with the custom cocktails at the Ice Bar an...
Every Gift Makes a Difference
Your gift to Saint Joseph’s enhances the lives of our students and the work of the faculty and staff who expand educational horizons in a thriving and dynamic atmosphere, both in and out of the classroom.
President's letter
Dear Saint Joseph’s Community, We have now started the 101st year of Saint Joseph’s College’s legacy. During our first c...